The Sisters will top off their 20th Anniversary year with a glorious new Christmas album Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring. Recording in the ethereal acoustic at their Motherhouse in Ann Arbor, this sublime offering will include some of the Sisters' favorite carols as well original compositions which until now- have been heard only in their chapel each year at Christmas. Now widely available to share, the Sisters will release this recording internationally with De Montfort Music through Sony Classical.
The box set comprised 100 volumes featuring 72 pianists of the 20th century, each volume with two CDs and a booklet about the life and work of the featured pianist. The set contains a variety of composers from different eras, from Baroque to Contemporary classical.
Classic hard rock in the vein of Deep Purple, Rainbow, and Bad Company from the L.A.-based outfit led by guitar virtuoso Stuart Smith. An 8 song EP featuring 4 brand new Heaven & Earth tracks with Ruff Cutt vocalist Paul Shortino and 4 songs from the award winning classic first Heaven & Earth CD. Produced by Dave Jenkins, this EP features Stuart Smith's amazing rock instrumental take on Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Mans Desiring" with "Dreams of Desire". Richie Sambora's soulful rendition of "When a Blind Man Cries", Joe Lynn Turner's incredible vocal performance of the bands title track "Heaven & Earth" and Deep Purple vocalist Glenn Hughes heart stopping powerhouse performance of "See That My Grave is Kept Clean".
The second solo album by Vicki Brown in Holland, produced by Tom Parker. Vicki Brown was an English pop, rock and contemporary classical singer. She was a member of both The Vernons Girls and The Breakaways and was the first wife of fellow singer and musician Joe Brown and mother of the singer Sam Brown. In 1979 Brown began recording with The New London Chorale and the group's popularity with the Dutch people paved the way for Brown's solo success in the Netherlands. As a session and live vocalist, Vicki worked with Jon Lord, Roger Waters, Alvin Lee, Chris Farlowe, Steve Marriott, Cerrone, Gary Moore, Yvonne Keeley, Eric Burdon, Pink Floyd, Bryan Ferry, Olivia Newton-John, Robert Palmer, Elton John, amongst other artists.