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How Far How Fast
Robin Frederick
How Far How Fast
Genres: Jazz, New Age, Pop
 
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All Artists: Robin Frederick
Title: How Far How Fast
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Higher Octave
Release Date: 2/28/1992
Genres: Jazz, New Age, Pop
Style: Meditation
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 724387753426
 

CD Reviews

Extremely good from start to finish
Steven E. Blake | Saint Peters, Missouri USA | 11/02/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This is the only adult CD written and sung by Ms. Fredericks who went on to write childrens' CDs. It is pop oriented and every track has engaging melodies and entertaining arrangements. The "Reasons To Love" track in particular is extraordinary. While probably not going to make anyone's must-have, desert island CD list, it does not deserve the oblivion it apparently has been consigned to. My rating of 4 means I like the album, still listen to it and recommend a purchase."
Reasons To Love
Ron Hallmark | Birmingham, Alabama | 03/04/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Reasons To Love is an Awesome arrangement vocally as well as musically. The acapella beginning immediately grabs your attention with it's almost jerky/chopped syncopation. After singing three different segments of song, Robin begins to weave them together into a sound feast. The orchestration is simple yet powerful and mixes with the vocals without taking over them. I was almost moved to tears the first time I heard it."
Serene- sublime- She takes us to a peaceful dimension
Humberto Mejia | Perth, Australia | 05/11/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Fully agree with the reviewer who expressed that this sublime cd does not deserve to be in the oblivision it has been consigned to.. I am not much into new age..though I like non strident music, sometimes its just too tranquil for my taste.. but in here we have fairly fast tempos that are melodic, perhaps for background music for reading..

The song I found most interesting is "reasons to Love" based on Dr. Edwards Lorenz discoeries in the math world of chaos and quoting Niels Bohrs interaction of sub-atomic particles.. an interwoven chant interacts with the scientific quotes with a poem of love.. original.. imagine a love poem hearing a a background also "Does the flap of a butterfly in Brazil causes a tornado in Texas?""