Most people begin their day with the hopes of making the most of each new opportunity improving their lives in some aspect. One solo pianist has made it a priority to better his music abilities through hard work, education, and practice. This dedication to betterment has empowered him to acquire musical abilities heard at a more professional level.
Yvonne Elliman had a brief moment in the spotlight during the middle of the '70s, yet she appeared on many of the decade's biggest hits as a backing singer. While she was in high school in Hawaii, Elliman sang in a group called We Folk. She moved to London in 1969 and began singing at the Pheasantry folk club, located on Kings Road in Chelsea. It was here that songwriters Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice discovered her. The duo offered her the role of Mary Magdalene in their new rock opera, Jesus Christ Superstar.
Aquavoice is the musical project of Polish synthesist Tadeusz Luczejko, who found its niche within an interesting label of EM from Poland which is plentiful of very fascinating artists. This album from Tadeusz Luczejko, "Cold" is a disconcerting abstract and ambient symphony, of which the syncretism of tones adds a surreal dimension in a sound collage stem from all the facets of equipments and imagination of Luczejko, creating an amazing abstract journey in a musical universe as ambient as a storm of wind on a crystalline plain. One may obviously recognize influences of Harold Budd, Brian Eno, Tetsu Inoue (especially on the splendid twelfth track) as well as those of Michael Stearns and even (the utmost contemplative) Kitaro…
Jody Chiang is a Taiwanese popular singer. She is often called the Queen of Taiwanese music. The singer has released 60 albums and won eight Golden Melody Awards over her career.