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A music renaissance

CDs I brought to work today (in no order other than the order they're in the case, and the fact that most came from the first part of my alphabetically-ordered CD collection):
  • Common Children, "Skywire"
  • The Choir, "Love Songs and Prayers [a retrospective],""Free Flying Soul," and "Speckled Bird"
  • Steven Curtis Chapman, "The Great Adventure" and "Heaven in the Real World"
  • Clannad, "Banba"
  • Caedmon's Call, "Caedmon's Call"
  • Charles Brown, "In a Grand Style" and "Honey Dripper"
  • Brent Bourgeois, "Come Join the Living World"
  • Bliss/Bliss, "Bliss/Bliss"
  • Various, "Rhythm of the Pride Lands" (Lion King stuff)
  • Brad Fiedel, "Terminator 2: Judgment Day Soundtrack"
  • Michael Nyman, "Gattaca Soundtrack"
  • Various, "City of Angels Soundtrack"
  • Black Eyed Sceva, "5 Years, 50,000 Miles Davis" and "Before the Flood"
  • Benjamin, "As You Wish"
  • Various, "At the Foot of the Cross: Songs to Inspire Worship, Volumes 1 & 2"
  • Carolyn Arends, "Feel Free" and "I Can Hear You"
  • Jimmy A, "Secrets"
  • Pegleg Annie, "Pegleg Annie"


I tried to see Charles Brown in San Francisco once. He cancelled and was replaced by Johnny Otis and Little Esther. I'll have to find out about your other music.
Much of my other music is Christian stuff, of varying cheese levels. I saw Charles Brown at Jazz Alley here in Seattle while I was visiting and interviewing. Charm and talent. He is missed.
Mmmm, Banba is a good album.