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Oceans of Love
David Young, Celestial Winds
Oceans of Love
Genres: New Age, Pop
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All Artists: David Young, Celestial Winds
Title: Oceans of Love
Members Wishing: 0
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Label: Universe Music
Release Date: 3/2/2004
Genres: New Age, Pop
Style: Meditation
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 792395339529, 792395339543

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Excellent ,
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This group provides a soulfull, plush, saturation of sound that is pleasing to the soul as well as the senses. The combination of flute and harp is exquisite.Jeff Thomas / Louisville Ky."
Imaginative, soothing and lovely!
Brianna Neal | USA | 10/01/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

""Oceans of Love" is the third CD released by Lisa Lynne (Franco) and David Young as the duo Celestial Winds. As in their previous albums, their combination of Celtic harp and multiple recorders produces a captivating and timeless core sound that radiates gentle love and transcends the cares of the day. Here, their original compositions are enhanced by two guest instrumentalists and some electronic assistance; joining Lynne and Young are Tony Franklin on acoustic and fretless bass and Steve Reid on hand percussion and soundscapes. And besides harp and recorders, the featured duo also contributes mandolin, dulcimer, hammer dulcimer, bouzouki and guitar to the mix. For the first time, Lisa's harp is described in the liner notes as "electric", and her playing here on "Oceans of Love" (especially on tracks like #4 and #5) sounds rather like that of seminal New Age harpist Andreas Vollenweider, whose work is also highly recommended. If there's any question about Lisa Lynne being properly compensated for her contributions to this album and the two previous Celestial Winds CDs ("Celestial Winds I" and "Christmas Morning"), they are also available directly from her through her website, [...]. Try also "Seapeace" by harpist Georgia Kelly, and anything by flutist Dean Evenson and by electric harpist Andreas Vollenweider--all relaxing and transporting!