By Trent Kramer
The way Helen Jane Long's music flows is just so wonderful and as a young musician myself I entitle myself to understanding this concept of New Age Music and she is just so wonderful at mastering it!
Absolutely beautiful, just as her previous album Porcelain. If you like this kind of music, you might also consider Luigi Rubino, Karen Olson, Ludovico Enaudi, Olafur Arnalds and Secret Garden. All available on ITunes.
I enjoyed this but....
By Musical Muse 135
I was an avid fan of Helen Jane Long's first album, and listened to it constantly. While, I enjoyed this album immensely only a few of the songs struct me as "new" for she seems to stay in a relatively similar key and chord scheme for her new works. As I listened I felt that I was listening to the same work as before. If you have never listened to her work, I high recommend it, but if you already own the old one I would consider buying a few of the song instead of the whole album. Cheers!
pure and simple...another beautiful venture for Ms. Long
By Differing tastes...
Her website is out of date...too bad, with today's technology...which does not in any way discount her musical expression on this new aural experience. My musical tastes range from progressive metal, like Dream Theater and Symphony X, to the brilliant compositons of Celtic/World composer, Loreena McKennitt. However, Helen's simple, pure expressions touch a chord within...they are soothing and catchy at the same time...favorites from the new album...One Day and Everything...I highly recommend her music to anyone who will appreciate purity of sound and expression.
is this second album...
I like the sound but can someone let me know if this is Helen jane long before i buy it. I ask because it says nothing on her website about a new album, a follow up to Porcelin...