CONTEMPORARY INSTRUMENTAL (OCCASIONAL VOCALS), NEW AGE, NEW ADULT CONTEMPORARY, ZMR (including pop-new-age, solo instrumental, world-influenced, neo-classical, meditative, trance, space, healing, spoken word, adult alternative, gentle jazz, soft-progressive, nature sounds and more):
Andreas Vollenweider, Ottmar Liebert, David Lanz, Ray Lynch, David Arkenstone, Peter Kater, Paul Winter, Peter Buffett, Suzanne Ciani, Danny Wright, Alex de Grassi, Paul Horn, Acoustic Alchemy, Paul Schwartz, Richard Souther, Nicholas Gunn, Rob Whitesides-Woo, Scott Fitzgerald, Robin Spielberg, Jim Chappell, John Weider, Jonn Serrie, Georgia Kelly, James Reynolds, Al Conti, Ian Tescee, Lawrence Blatt, Spencer Brewer, Brian Kelly, Michael DeMaria, Ahn Trio, Lisa Downing, Luna Blanca, Uwe Gronau, Laura McMillan, Pete Bardens, Teja Bell, Bill Meyers (catalog campaign), Joaquin Lievano, Phil Sheeran, Wind Machine, David Friesen, Nature Recordings’ Environmental Series.
Steven Halpern, Ann Sweeten, Jim Wilson, Mars Lasar, Wouter Kellerman, Cosmo Frequency, Akasa, Forrest Smithson, Dan Chadburn, Paul Higgs, Jack Gates, Ben Tavera King, Michael Gettel, Jordan DeLaSierra, Quintana & Speer, Max Highstein, James Asher, Paul Greaver, Anna K, Bob Kindler, Glen Helgeson, Richard Del Maestro, Paul Scherer, Dean Evenson, C'est What?!, Celestial Winds, Bruce BecVar, Flesh & Bone, Magical Strings, Billy Joe Walker Jr., Marielle & Katia Labeque (column items), Jim Centorino & Carol Cole, Michael Hoppé and Tim Wheater, Acoustic Ocean, Michael Samson, Matt Millecchia, Josh Johnston, Rick Cutler, Annette Cantor, Tomas Michaud, Illumination-Hildegard von Bingen (on Sony Classical), Deep Voices & Songs of the Humpback Whales.
AOmusic, Jean-Luc Ponty, Anima, Meg Bowles, Terra Guitarra, Tim White & Joe Paulino, Mark Bruland, Joyce Handler, Cheryl Gunn, The Taliesin Orchestra, Lee Johnson, Pacini & Pacini, Kingfisher, William Watson, álexi, Armen Chakmakian, Ken Pedersen, Steve Haun, Naoyuki Onda, Shardad (biography), Present Dreams, Annie Locke (bio & catalog campaign), Gary Lamb, Bill Wolfer (column item), Midnight Skye, Estéban, Paul Lloyd Warner, Serah, Jay Scott Berry, Tadamitsu Saito (catalog campaign), Fumio, Penny Little, Stuart Weber, Cynthia Hart, Wai Lana Yoga Meditation Trilogy, Fowler and Branca, Val Magyar, Don Harriss, Shayla, Rob Meurer (catalog campaign), Jon Simon, Randy Granger, Scott August, Ben Woolman, EarthSea Records’ (Peter Kater) Healing Series.
Johannes Linstead, Paz del Castillo, Timothy Wenzel, Sora, Ciro Hurtado, Mirage, Paul Adams, Mariam, Paul Gilreath (biography), Roy Eaton, Eliot Joshu (catalog campaign), Morgan Fisher, Larry Cansler, Liv & Let Liv, Ben Hurley, Esteban Ramirez, Robert Aeolus Myers, Donald Walters, Scott Hartley, Ray Leonard, Ed Gerhard, John Balint, Richard Shulman, Jeffrey Michael, Mary Martin Stockdale, Mark Dunn, Jessie Allen Cooper, James Wall, Jim Hudak, Anne Trenning, Elise Lebec, John Fluker, Karen Marie Garrett, Omar Akram, Marshall Styler, Jeffrey Fisher, Mary-Kathryn, Timothy Cooper, Kyle Pederson, Stephen Savage, Jamie Craig, The Pure Heart Ensemble, Sherry Finzer & Darin Mahoney, Matt Balitsaris, Freeway Philharmonic, Jack Jezzro, Steve Kujala, Ric Flauding, Erich Avinger, Peter Sprague, Jim Matheos, Adam Rafferty, Uttara-Kuru, String Planet.
Meg Bowles, Jonn Serrie, Forrest Smithson, Stephen Savage, álexi, Ray Leonard, Anima, Don Harriss, Richard Del Maestro.
Robert Mirabal, Joseph Fire Crow, Andrew Vasquez, Keith Bear, Bryan Akipa, Randy Granger, Sissy Goodhouse, Spirit of Song Singers (catalog campaign), Kevin Locke, R. Carlos Nakai & Nawang Khechog, Golana, Gary Stroutsos, Jeff Ball, Scott August, Michael Brant DeMaria, Annette Cantor, How The West Was Lost TV mini-series Soundtrack (told from the Native American perspective), Annie Humphrey, Lee Johnson's orchestral Cherokee Indian saga Trail of Tears (album and PBS-TV special), Annette Cantor (with Native American flutist Patrick Shendo-Mirabal), Makoche Records, SilverWave Records, EarthSea Records, Santa Fe’s MTI Records.
WORLD-FUSION/WORLD-BEAT (including Celtic and ethnic sounds from all over the world): Some of the following world music acts (or artists with a world music album) also appear in other categories.
AOmusic, Tom Wasinger, Wouter Kellerman (Africa), Tor Dietrichson, Sulubika, DO'AH, Akasa, Alejandro Santos (Argentina), Loose Shoes, Barefoot, David Lyndon Huff (Worldbeat and Worldbeat Brazil), Raymond Kane (Hawaiian), Jim Brock, Chuei Yoshikawa (Japan), Nawang Khechog (Tibet), Azeem (reggae), Uttara-Kuru (Japanese), Nada Shakti (Tibetan chants), Shao Rong (China), Hong Kong Dragon Club, Eri Sugai (Japan), Wai Lana, Farzad (mid-eastern), Facing East (India), Derrik Jordan, Maya & Sage, Barbara Markay, Vayo Raimondo (tango), Uttara-Kuru (Japan), Tadamitsu Saito (Japan), Caroline Peyton (Celtic), Kazumi Watanabe, Naoyuki Onda, Jean-Luc Ponty (Tchokola African album), Magical Strings (Celtic), James Asher (Globalarium album), David Davidson (Celtic), Fumio, Omar Akram, The World Music Album with Milton Nascimento and Astor Piazzola, and many others.
NOUVEAU FLAMENCO/LATIN-STYLE GUITAR (aka Nuevo Flamenco and including traditional flamenco and many Latin-guitar projects)
Ottmar Liebert, Johannes Linstead, Terra Guitarra, Luna Blanca, Tomas Michaud, Bob Weisenberg (traditional), Estéban, Bruce BecVar (Arriba album), Alex de Grassi (Altiplano South American album), Phil Sheeran (South American), Jack Jezzro (Brazilian Nights), Bola Sete (South American), Ciro Hurtado, René Heredia, Willie and Lobo, Robert Michaels, Ben Tavera King (Tex-Mex), Jack Gates, and others.
NEO-CLASSICAL / CLASSICAL CROSSOVER / CONTEMPORARY CLASSICAL:
** Ottmar Liebert's #1 Sony Classical album Leaning Into The Night with a full symphony.
** The Taliesin Orchestra's Maiden of Mysteries (Top 5 on Billboard's Classical Crossover chart).
** Michael Martin Murphey's album & PBS-TV special Sagebrush Symphony with the San Antonio and Oklahoma City symphony orchestras.
** Suzanne Ciani's Dream Suite with The Young Russia Orchestra (recorded in Russia).
** Stuart Weber (classical guitarist).
** Roy Eaton's The Meditative Chopin.
** Liv & Let Liv's Surfin' Pachelbel (Canon in D).
** Lee Johnson's orchestral Cherokee Indian saga Trail of Tears album and PBS-TV special.
** Andreas Vollenweider's Kryptos with the Symphonic Orchestra Zurich and the Kroandalien Symphony Orchestra among others.
** Ken Pedersen's Deja Views (improvisations based on well-known classical pieces).
** Richard Souther's Illumination -- Hildegard von Bingen: Fire of the Spirit on Sony Classical.
** The Arcangelos Orchestra's "Music for Babies" series of four chamber music albums.
** Beegie Adair's I'll Take Romance (a jazz trio with a 27-piece string-and-horn orchestra).
** Richard Shulman's Camelot Reawakened: A Vision Fulfilled (piano with full orchestra backing).
** James Todd’s Quiet Beauty (cello-piano duets).
** Jeffrey Fisher’s Fairy Tales and Triumph of the Spirit (original orchestral recordings).
** Eric & Susan Davis’s Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep (classical music lullabies).
** Ahn Trio’s Lullaby for my Favorite Insomniac (on RCA Red Seal/Sony Classical/BMG Music).
** Paul Higgs’ Pavane.
CHILDREN’S MUSIC (partial list):
We have publicized numerous collections of children's songs (appropriate for grade-schoolers and their families) featuring different types of music. We also have worked on several contemporary instrumental recordings designed for pre-natal care, birthing and baby/child relaxation.
** Lynn Kitchens' Rockin' With the Goose (classic rock'n'roll music with Mother Goose nursery rhymes for the lyrics).
** Trout Fishing in America's Mine! (folk music).
** Jim Salestrom's All The Colors (folk music).
** Steve Schuch's Trees of Life (folk music).
** Shad Weathersby’s Chomp Chomp (folk music).
** Eric & Susan Davis’s Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep (classical music lullabies).
** SilverWave Records' The World Sings Goodnight produced by Tom Wasinger (lullabies of 33 cultures sung in the native tongues).
** Advanced Brain Technologies' scientifically-designed four-album Music for Babies series (classical music).
** International yoga star Wai Lana’s Little Yogis video and musical CD (world music).
** Jeffrey Fisher’s Fairy Tales, the score for the ballet “Hans Christian Andersen” orchestrating three classic children’s storybook fantasies – “Inchellina” (sometimes known as “Thumbellina”), “Red Shoes” and “The Mermaid.”
Come Rejoice: A Judy Collins Christmas.
Danny Wright's Just Wright for Christmas.
Dr. Elmo's Twisted Christmas (featuring the four-million-selling "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer").
Robin Spielberg's In the Heart of Winter.
Wind Machine's Portraits of Christmas.
Peter Kater's The Season.
Esteban's What Child is This?
Teja Bell's The New Spirit of Christmas.
Narada Christmas Collection (featuring David Lanz & Paul Speer, Eric Tingstad & Nancy Rumbel, David Arkenstone, David Darling, John Doan, Friedemann, Peter Buffett, Spencer Brewer, Bruce Mitchell, William Ellwood).
Scott Fitzgerald's Gloria!: The Music of Christmas, A Child's Music Box Christmas and An Old-Fashioned Christmas (catalog).
Jim Wilson's My First Christmas With You.
Phil Spector's A Christmas Gift To You (reissue).
The Four Seasons' Christmas Album (reissue).
Cool Yule, Rockin' Christmas: The 50s & The 60s (catalog campaigns).
Dr. Demento's The Greatest Novelty Records of All Time, Vol. VI --Christmas (catalog)
Christmas with The Three Stooges (catalog).
Freeway Philharmonic's Road To Joy.
Jeff Ball’s Songs of Winter.
Serah's Love of Christmas & Voice of Amethyst: A Carol For All Seasons.
Artists for Earth: A Very Green Christmas.
The Beegie Adair Trio's Jazz Piano Christmas.
Caroline Peyton's Celtic Christmas Spirit.
John Fluker’s J Is For Joy.
Kyle Pederson’s 12.25.
In previous years The Creative Service Company marketed all types of music, but because of relevancy and space limitations we have not listed the hundreds of jazz, pop, rock, soul and country artists we have worked with.