Celebrate 30 years of the soothing sounds of Windham Hill with this deluxe box set! Back in the '70s, label founder Will Ackerman distributed vinyl copies of his recordings by hand, yet those humble beginnings grew into enormous success. With a catalog of albums offering tasteful, folk-inspired programming and adorned with photos of beautiful natural vistas, the independent label set the gold standard for new age music and inspired a host of imitators. This four-disc box set, A Quiet Revolution: 30 Years of Windham Hill, hits the highlights from that three-decade run, opening with Ackerman's own "The Bricklayer's Beautiful Daughter" -- the first track on the label's inaugural release -- and continuing with numbers from such WH mainstays as George Winston, Michael Hedges, Liz Story, and others. Offering 67 tracks in all -- divided into the themes "elements," "peace," "artistry," and "excursions" -- the set includes 4 previously unreleased live performances from Jim Brickman, Alex de Grassi, Barbara Higbie, and David Arckenstone, while a 48-page booklet details the history of the label and its music, complete with color photos.