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Album Review

Finally, Pamela and Randy Copus release an album in the year they named their group after. Favorites on Billboard's new age chart, they go deep-sea diving on this sweeping, often majestic musical exploration of the ocean. There's not much dance of dolphins at play in the music (i.e., expect more caressing atmosphere and meditative melodies than anything too innovative or exciting), but they do evoke a bit of the classic Enya sound. On the opening track, "The Ocean Dreams," they blend a synth footprint pattern with a soothing flute and twangy acoustic guitar, all somewhat muted to give off the murky effect of bright sunlight probing beneath the darkening water. "The Sound of Still Water" and "The Sea at Night" are pleasant acoustic guitar lullabies that seduce by their very lack of percussive motion. A more lively Celtic ambience infuses "The River's Journey" with joyful movement; it comes across like a lush film score piece. The touch of acoustic piano on "Oceans of Life" is a nice organic change of pace in this largely electronic world. A great disc to put on after a stressful day when you feel like just kicking back and letting life float by for a minute.

Customer Reviews

2002's finest, in my opinion

It's hard to choose which 2002 album is my favorite, but I'll go with this. :) For those who are new to 2002, it's a bit like Enya, without all the extra overdubs that some of her songs have. So what I'm saying is, a bit like the Enya of the Watermark era is what this album is like - but with more acoustic guitar and nice orchestral pieces mixed together.


This was my first experiance with 2002 and I now am a forever fan. I am aquiring all of their albums and I highly recomend them for a soothing and relaxing unwind. When I have trouble falling asleep, this is one of the CD's I will reach for.

Across an Ocean of Dreams

"Valley of Healing Waters" has to be one of my favorites, but all of 2002's music stills the souls and lights one's inspiration!


Formed: 1992

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

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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