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Chrysalis

2002

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Album Review

Chrysalis is a set of dramatic new age anthems from 2002 — Randy Copus and Pamela Copus. The deep orchestral and melodic arrangements are on time. The Copuses are in a deep zone where music and romance are one. Paul McCartney asked "What's wrong with silly love songs?" The answer turns out to be "nothing," and these compositions are not silly. They are lush and expansive soundscapes, perfect for intimate encounters. This CD will appeal to fans of Jonn Serrie, Patrick O'Hearn, David Helpling, and Vox.

Biography

Formed: 1992

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The new age duo 2002 consists of Texas-based multi-instrumentalists/vocalists Pamela and Randy Copus. Both husband and wife had an early interest in music: Pamela started piano lessons at age six and went on to study keyboards, flute, piccolo, oboe, guitar, violin, and the bagpipes, while Randy studied voice, guitar, piano, keyboards, trumpet, and tuba before learning about recording and production. Randy worked as a recording engineer, session musician and vocalist, producer, and composer in studios...
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