Living for Eden

by Paul Cardall

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Paul Cardall reflects on life’s journey and his own experiences in Living for Eden (2 Disc Set). Disc one features twelve upbeat, raw, emotional pop instrumentals, while disc two contains nothing but heartfelt piano solos tenderly performed on his own piano in the quiet and reflective moments at home. More than 90 minutes of beautiful music.

Song List:

    Disc One (Music with his Band)
  1. Our Love
  2. A Peace of My Heart
  3. Early Monday
  4. Wasatch
  5. Late Afternoon
  6. Passing Time
  7. Living for Eden
  8. Searching
  9. Sunday Drive
  10. Hope
  11. Forgiven
  12. November
    Disc Two (Music for Solo Piano)
  1. Return to Eden
  2. 1986
  3. Searching for Home
  4. Evening Falls
  5. Monday Morning
  6. Along the Wasatch
  7. More Hope
  8. April Skies
  9. Remember Our Love
  10. Sweet House of Prayer
  11. Twinkle Little Star
  12. 1987

About the Author

Paul Cardall

Internationally acclaimed pianist, producer, and film composer PAUL CARDALL is known for his unique, heartfelt musical style. Indeed, his fans say Cardall’s music literally soothes the heart and nurtures the soul. Such descriptions are ironically appropriate since the artist was born with essentially half a functioning heart. That life-threatening congenital defect as well as a series of difficult surgeries and heart-related illnesses have shaped Cardall’s musical style and inspired his dozens of popular melodic compositions and arrangements. Notably, his thirteenth studio album titled New Life debuted as the number one Billboard New Age album in February 2011 and held a position in the top five for more than 30 weeks. Radio stations reporting to Reviews New Age recognized New Life as the best album of 2011. Music critic Michael Debbage wrote, “There is no filler on this brilliant album that has even surpassed Yanni and Enya on the Billboard New Age Chart, hitting No. 1 without any major label support or media attention - Amazing!” The aptly named album was Cardall’s first recording after undergoing a life-saving heart transplant in September 2009. It was during the 385 days of waiting on the organ donation list that a hospitalized Cardall turned to blogging as a means of maintaining perspective while facing death and sharing his experience with family and friends. Over a million people followed the blog and own one of his albums. Cardall believes his music “has the power to heal and inspire others.” Indeed, audiences who attend a Paul Cardall concert or speech typically come away feeling more alive and grateful for all that is good in this beautiful, yet often chaotic world. One well-known fan, Fox News Anchor Bret Baeir, who has a son with a similar congenital heart defect, has said, “Paul inspires me and my family. He exudes optimism.” Steinway & Sons Artist Manager Jenn Gordan said, "Cardall's commitment to excellence in his artistic and professional achievements make it most appropriate that he is included on the Steinway Artist Roster, a list of the most accomplished and discriminating artists in the world." In addition to his recording career, Cardall founded his own record label Stone Angel Music in 1999. He launched cellist Steven Sharp Nelson's recording career with the popular "Sacred Cello Series" that debuted on the Billboard Classical Charts. Cardall also helped establish acoustic guitar virtuoso Ryan Tilby with a solo career. As part of his Stone Angel Music venture, Cardall owns a prestigious recording studio in the heart of Salt Lake City featuring a large orchestral live room, piano room, drum room, iso-booth, and two mix rooms; including offices for the record label. In addition to his music, Cardall actively promotes various causes involving congenital heart disease and speaking out about what has been described as the nation’s number one birth defect. He created an endowment at Salt Lake Community College that funds scholarships for students born with congenital disease. His long-list of awards and recognitions includes an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from the Utah State Board of Regents.

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love this cd
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

this is an awesome CD and the meaning of the title is even more poignant when you consider Paul's health condition and that Eden is his daughters name.

It's a hit!
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

If you love piano music that plays in the background as you type, talk, or clean... This CD is for you! Paul has an excellent balance of upbeat songs as well as thoughtful slow melodies on this CD.

By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

With inspired musical arrangements and the heartfelt stories behind them, this two disc set is Paul at his best! The band on the first disc complimented Paul’s melodies perfectly, and I thought the second disc with Paul’s trademark solo piano was especially well done. Living for Eden is sure to become a classic.

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