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mrWKMahler user not visiting Queenzone.com

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Posted: 04 Dec 04, 20:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

http://www.sequoiarecords.com

hello queenies!!!

that there link goes to none other than composer Gary Stadler and vocalist Singh Kaur, creators of

"Fairy Nightsongs" and more.

I'd been wanting to purchase this cd in hand at http://www.lavendermoon.com up in Sandwich MA. and finally bought my 2004 Christmas present to self.

The moment I heard the opening notes of "Nightsong" I knew I hit the musical jackbox! Remember the opening of "March Of The Black Queen" and all that dreamy ethereal sounding music from Queen and Queen 2? Well this CD and many more like it are up there at that link.
It's relaxing and soothing compared to the romping and rocking and rolling of Queen but then again, quiet noise is just equally as such in it's own unique perspective way.......


William


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Posted: 04 Dec 04, 20:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

mrWKMahler wrote:


It's relaxing and soothing compared to the romping and rocking and rolling of Queen but then again, quiet noise is just equally as such in it's own unique perspective way.......


William



Hmm.. I prefer my Queen.. and for quiet moments.. ENYA..


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Posted: 04 Dec 04, 21:23 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Enya does have a beautiful voice, but Loreena McKennitt is just...staggering. Prospero's Speech, The Lady of Shallot, The Highwayman, The Bonny Swans, The Mummer's Dance...her voice is incredible, and her music is just exquisite. I highly recommend her, if you've never heard her before!

Ja ne.

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Posted: 05 Dec 04, 02:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

She's great, my mum has a couple of her CDs and I always used to pretend to hate it because it's not cool to like the same music as your mum, and now I can't admit how much I like it.


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Posted: 05 Dec 04, 07:28 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I own Fairy Nightsongs, and a couple of other CDs by Gary Stadler. I love them all. They are indeed very relaxing to listen to, and have a very...mystical quality to them.


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