Most of the melodies in this album were originated by Sally Wang and I believe were truly downloaded from Heaven. There are two songs that Sally recorded on her cell phone during inspirational moments in a language that we have determined as "Tongues". Sam Diaz brilliantly wrapped these recordings with the melody Sally sang them with. If you have never heard someone sing in Tongues, you will find it amazing. People say that that if you listen closely, you get your own personal message. I can attest to this. Sally cannot repeat these moments, so Sam Diaz wrapped her melody around her cell phone recordings. It is not the "perfection" of voice that you find in a studio. You can hear Sally take a breath every so often, but we think it makes these moments even more special because it allows you to be there in the original moment. Some people will understand the words and others will just think the sound is beautiful.
There are two songs written by my grandfather in 1910 (who is now in Heaven) and brilliantly remastered by Sam Diaz.
"From So Long Ago" was a collaborative effort by Maria De Hart (niece of a former president of Colombia), myself, and again remastered by Sam Diaz.
The theme song for the "Bully Caterpillar" was originated by my friend, Jeff Young, and remastered in "Ennio Morricone" style by Sam Diaz.
"God, I Need You" was originated by Sally Wang and composed by Nathan Plett when he was in Shanghai, China.
I know you will enjoy these songs and that's all we want.
Dr. Jay Carter, Music Producer