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The Girls Ruin it for Me

Loved the beginning of Swept Away, which was my "trial" purchase, but was very disappointed in hearing a beautiful tune disorted by the girls singing and repeating the same words over and over. Unfortunately, you don't hear them on the sample session. Am very reluctant to purchase any other tunes on this album, and I generally like John Adorney's work. Try a sample piece, as I did, first.

Nothing new but who needs it?

This is classic John Adorney, but that's what I look for and that's what I like from him. He's always got just enough of a twist on his style to keep me interested and entertained. The title song uses vocals as John so often does...as instruments. No words, really, just the sound of the human voice at it's finest. God, he's got such a feeling in all he creates and presents. Another winner to add to my collection of his work.

Only bought Trees of Gold

New to this artist, and to be honest I bought the song I felt was best - Trees of Gold - I wish the whole album was similar to this song!

Biography

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '90s, '00s

New Age composer John Adorney began studying music at age nine -- although his first instrument was the cello, within two years he'd also acquired a guitar, profoundly influenced by the Beatles and the British Invasion they launched. He additionally learned the piano, and went on to study classical music at the University of Connecticut; a tenure with an ethnic dance troupe followed before Adorney relocated to Denver during the late 1970s, becoming a fixture of the local folk circuit. He next moved...
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