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Fairy NightSongs

Gary Stadler & Singh Kaur

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Fairy Night Songs is a set of gentle new age anthems from Gary Stadler and Singh Kaur, (aka Lorelei), née Laura Drew. Stadler's gentle melodies are the perfect vehicles for Drew's smooth vocals. While this is, indeed, a very deep meditative CD, it is also very strong and very powerful. Drew's quiet voice penetrates the soul and speaks to the heart. Stadler's arrangements surround and complete the spirituality of the event. This disc will appeal to fans of Dean Evenson, Kim Robertson, Lisa Lynne, and Tingstad & Rumbel.

Biografía

Género: New Age

Años de actividad: '60s, '90s, '00s

Electronic composer and songwriter Gary Stadler combined melodic elements of worldbeat and symphonic wizardry to be one of the new millennium's forerunners in new age music. Throughout the '90s, Stadler slowly crafted his recording career, inking a deal with Sequoia Records and showcasing sonic piano bliss found on his first album, Fairy of the Woods (1996). He and vocalist Laura Drew, who also went under the monikers Singh Kaur and Lorallei, quickly became friends and molded such adoration into...
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