One Single Breath
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Last known release, One Single Breath (1999)
There's no escaping the inevitable Kate Bush ("moving"-esque)/Happy Rhodes comparisons
My first thought upon listening to this CD was "Wow she sounds like Kate Bush"...they have a very ethereal sound that is a matter of taste for some people. (RocketsTail@aol.com)
Recommended first album:
One Single Breath is the only release we've heard about
One Single Breath (1999)
1999—One Single Breath Productions
Yolanda Fleming—vocals, zills
Daniel Connolly—keyboards, Wurlitzer, drum programming
One Single Breath Productions
On first listen the album did nothing for me. When I listened to it at 4am during a loud thunderstorm I started hearing some great songs in this album. It flows incredibly well, and is a very soothing and mystical album that will take years for me to grasp all the depth of all the songs. There's nothing incredibly striking in the album though...song wise—and I find it merely a mood piece for now (hopefully that will change soon). The melodies that the couple generate are beautiful and I definitely recommend this album for anyone wanting to kick back and relax. (RocketsTail@aol.com)
Thanks to Eric (RocketsTail@aol.com) for work on this entry.
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