Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Quest of the Dream Warrior
Genres: New Age, Pop, Rock, Soundtracks
A dream. That was the "whisper" that was the inception of this beautiful pony. After reading about Sitting Bull, he dreamed one night about him. The blue is a cobalt blue which gives the horse the feeling of strength. On e... more »
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A dream. That was the "whisper" that was the inception of this beautiful pony. After reading about Sitting Bull, he dreamed one night about him. The blue is a cobalt blue which gives the horse the feeling of strength. On each side of the horse is the face of the Indian with feathers streaming back...
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Joanna K. from SILVER CITY, NM
Reviewed on 8/14/2009...
This music was even better than I had thought!
Not a single return yet...
Jay Grizzard | San Jose, CA USA | 05/17/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Since I discovered this CD (accidentally) more than five years ago, I've put out an offer to a number (probably 40 or 50) of people I know, saying basically "go buy this CD, and if you don't think it was worth every penny you spent on it, I'll buy it from you for what you paid for it". Nearly every person I made that offer to went out and bought this CD, and I have -never- been taken up on my offer to buy it back from someone. Not once.I have personally owned no fewer than three copies of this CD -- I listen to it often enough that normal handling wear-and-tear starts to become an issue. It's really that good.At any rate, get it. Really. You won't regret it."
Listen to the music and hear your own story.
Holly Ingraham | Honolulu, HI USA | 02/04/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Either as individual songs or as a soundtrack for your mental movie, this is a superb piece of work. The individual cuts exactly suit their titles or purpose, whether "Dance of the Maidens" (which sounded like medieval girls dancing to someone listening with me who hadn't even looked at the jewelcase) or "Kyla's Ride." I do recommend you just listen to it and resist reading the insert with Mercedes Lackey's fairy tale story. "Homecoming" will surprise you, at the very least: its idiom is a jolt loose from the rest."