I wanted an album of easy listening, chilled out piano classics, and for the most part this is that album. However word of advice to those who are considering making a purchase - ascertain ones personal meaning of 'relaxation' and have a clear idea of when you plan to listen it, then check the track listing.
I didn't, but wish I had.
The main reason I bought it was because I wanted music I could really zone out to - in the bath, falling asleep, almost like a meditation album. That for me is 'relaxation' and the 'ultimate chillout'. Sadly, not all the tracks are suitable for this purpose - Rachmaninov - Piano Concerto No.2 on disc 1 and 2. George Gershwin's Piano Concerto on disc 3, to name just two. As a background, pottering around the house mind of album, then yes, it's relaxing as every piece is beautiful and a real delight. But during the quiet times of deep relaxation? Believe me those tracks come as a bit of a surprise, and not pleasantly so.