John Adorney – The Other Shore

25 01 2009

the_other_shore1_origJohn Adorney – The Other Shore
MP3 @ 320 Kbps VBR | 52:05 min | 129 MB | 2001 | 10% Recovery Record

In the stunning follow-up to his debut release, Beckoning, multi-instrumentalist Adorney has created a delightful collage of songs lightly infused with Asian, Eastern and Celtic. Daya Rawat’s multi-dubbed vocals on the infectious title track and “When The Flower Meets The Rain” are reminiscent of Enya’s breakthrough “Orinoco Flow” from Watermark. Also, on the spirited chant of “Kulan Tai Ulam” her layered vocals rise with the world beat crescendo Adorney’s pleasing and melodic songs are gently fashioned on keyboards, with support from guitar, flutes, cello, oboe, horn, light percussion and bass. His guitar shines on the romantic “Thinking Of you” while Rawat’s refrain echoes the title. Chris Bleth’s oboe soars in the darkness of the “Moonbird”. Acoustic guitars and cellos blend together on the contemporary “All In A Moment” instrumental, prior to the ambient space “Entrance.”

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1. Free
2. Other Shore, The
3. Crossing, The
4. When The Flower Meets The Rain
5. As My Heart Desires
6. Kulanti Ulam (Heart Of A Child)
7. Thinking Of You
8. Moonbird, The
9. Awakening
10. All In A Moment
11. Entranced

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2 responses

17 03 2009

The error message occurred “The uploader has removed this file from the server. ”
I will appreciate your effort if you will upload this album again.
Thanks in advance

17 03 2009

Hi there, thank you for letting me know about that. I’ve uploaded a new set, so please enjoy =-)

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