Two Worlds One
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Type of music generally:
Most recent release, Still The Moon (2010)
Soothing and intricately woven New Age music. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
Still The Moon is their debut
Still The Moon (2010)
2010—Lavender Sky Music—LSM2010
Gil Morales—double bass, baritone guitar, fx guitar
Two Worlds One are undoubtedly New Agey but good with it. Lisa Lynne's harp adds a gorgeous sound works wonderfully against Molly Pasutti's dulcet vocals. I'm reminded of Enya and maybe a little bit of Loreena McKennitt's earlier records. "Summer Star" is a fine example of their craft, as Pasutti's murmured vocals meet delicate washes of melody. "Spirit Dance" paints a pretty picture as Lisa Lynne plays her harp with intent, and Pasutti joins her with a sweet vocal. "Still the Moon" is one of the best tracks here, offering an almost country-like mood, but with the same tranquil spirit as ever. It's an album that should appeal to more than just genre fans. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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