2002 | A Word In The Wind

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A Word In The Wind

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What mysteries and secrets did ancient civilizations hold? Why do their stories haunt us like a distant memory… lost yet so familiar? Captivating music and visuals set a new level for the duo, 2002. This two disc CD and DVD set includes 5.1 surround sound
Genre: New Age: New Age
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1. 1054 A.D.
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2. A Word In The Wind
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4:14 album only
3. Spirit Moves
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4:37 album only
4. Ancient Circle
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3:30 album only
5. Promise of the Ocean
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6. Free To Fly
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7. Rain Dance
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8. The Singing Stone
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9. Dreaming Cloud
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10. Mirage
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11. Trismegistus
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12. Seven Rays
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REVIEW: "A Word In the Wind" begins with 1054 A.D. This prelude opens with a two-minute drone that is mysterious and hypnotic. Enter some heavy percussion, an uptempo beat, and those wonderful choir-like vocals 2002 is known for, and off we go into brand new territory. The voices and flute are playful and inviting as the almost militaristic precision of the percussion takes on a more serious mood. The title track has a more Middle-Eastern sound. There are many layers to this piece, with voices, Indian instruments, heavy drum, strings, and plenty of atmosphere. Spirit Moves is more like classic 2002, although the rhythm is much stronger than most of their earlier work. Promise of the Ocean is one of my favorite tracks. Flute, piano, voices, and a pulsating beat create a mood of serenity and beauty. Free To Fly could become the signature song of the new 2002 and is undoubtedly the most radio-friendly track on the CD. I also really like Rain Dance, which draws you in with its big, cinematic sound and then envelops you in rich sonic colors that swirl and carry you away. The middle section picks up the pace with a strong rhythm and a hauntingly beautiful flute. Pamela’s voice and Randy’s piano take over, and then the guitar comes in. Eventually, all of the players are involved. A little bit prog rock and a little bit new age, I love this sound! The Singing Stone returns to more of a drone that is dark, mysterious, and powerful. Seven Rays finishes the 12-song CD/DVD with a Native American flavor that is both enigmatic and haunting. I think you’ll like the changes in 2002′s music as much as I do! Recommended! ~ MainlyPiano


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