Original melodies from the islands of Hawai’i featuring for the first time together, Jeff Peterson (slack key guitar), Kenny Endo (taiko and percussion) and Riley Lee (shakuhachi).
CODE: SKK A recording of a live performance at Judith Wright Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane QLD, featuring the music of karak, Australia’s well-known percussion duo (Kerryn Joyce and Kevin Man) perform on marimbas, vibes and drums...
A remarkable album featuring Michael Askill and Michael Atherton, and created at the former home of painter Arthur Boyd, who appears in one track on the album. The cover was painted by Arthur Boyd especially for...
Recorded in location, besides a small waterfall at the Maui Zen Villa on Maui. 10 tracks.
The second of Riley’s CDs released on Colorado-based label, Sounds True. The name of the album accurately described the music within.
Solo shakuhachi playing Riley’s favourite Japanese folksongs (min’yô). Originally released on Antiquity Records
CODE: WHD The shakuhachi and the didjeridu combine to create haunting images of the Centre of Australia and its people, featuring Matthew Doyle. Originally released in 1993
CODE: WM Solo shakuhachi recorded in the Sydney Centennial Park Reservoir. These meditations are in the spirit of traditional “Zen” music.
CODE: WMGS A ten minute single of two well-known pieces performed by Riley on shakuhachi and Marshall McGuire on harp.