Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Ambient, ethereal, new age, bits of world music, bits of folk/rock
Most recent release, Alive in this Dream, 2003
Louisa John-Krol, early Happy Rhodes, Susan Court, post-Led Zepplin faux-mediaeval rock (eg bits of Heart).
Own, often co-written
The music is pretty and new-agey, with mediaeval touches and the odd flourish of loud guitars. The lyrics are mystical, spiritual and mythical. Lori has a clear and graceful voice with an impressive range and often overlays the vocals in a heavenly way; she allows character and roughness through in her voice when the song requires something more human. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
Alive in this Dream is the first we've heard
See website for availability
Recommended for fans of new agey and mystical music
Alison Moon, David Finn--keyboards
Lori Hawk and Sam Hawk
I've come to find this album very pretty, often charming, sometimes beautiful, always appealingly mystical. However, I had to fight through instrumentation that isn't my thing!
Thanks to Karen Hester for her work on this entry.
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