Out Now!!! "Pathways" (2016 - New Age)


"Previously released as "The Passion for Music" as a very limited edition, now completely remastered and sounding fresh as if it was recorded yesterday. With the opening song "Pathway to the Past" I won the MG Music New Talent Competition back in 2005, which resulted in a record deal with MG Music as a professional artist. Inspired by early legends and tales, I would like to take you back to the magical ancient times of dragons, knights, castles and troubadours...and back to the present again! I composed and recorded this classical New Age album between 1995 and 2001. Pathways musically is a mix of various styles like medieval, 16th and 17th century, jazz, oriental, modern and classical music" - Guy Sweens

CD available at: www.medwyngoodallmusic.co.uk
MP3 available at: MG MusiciTunes - AmazonGoogle Play
For mp3 samples see Discograpy


Recent Release:  "Universal Language" (2015 - World Fusion)

“When it comes to music, it doesn’t matter what language you speak or in which part of the world you live. In most cases you can simply understand or feel what the artist wants to express, even when it’s an instrumental song or a vocal song of which you don’t understand the words. This universality is what music makes such a wonderful language. This thought inspired me to write an album on which completely different ethnic styles come together, forming one musical language. Please make yourself comfortable and join me on this journey to countries like Mongolia, Japan, Balkan, Ukraine, India, Peru, Greece, Egypt and Guinea.”   Guy Sweens

CD available at: www.medwyngoodallmusic.co.uk
MP3 available at: MG MusiciTunes - AmazonGoogle Play
For mp3 samples see Discograpy


More news

I have started my Official Youtube channel! Here you can preview my music and CD artwork in short video clips. At the moment you can only preview the tracks from "Pathways" and "Universal Language", but the older albums will be available soon as well:   

Guy's song "Son of Krishna" taken from the album "Kamadeva" has been used in the movie "The Letters", starring Juliet Stevenson, Rutger Hauer and Max von Sydow. The movie tells the story of mother Teresa.