New Music: The Latest from Suzanne Vega and more
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Find balance through the rhythmic electronic sounds of Tom Colletti or get into the gospel of Amy Ray. Click the album title for a full review.
Tales from the Realm of the Queen of Pentacles
Fans of Suzanne Vega can stop wondering when she’ll produce another album of thoughtful, understated, and catchy music. Tales from the Realm of the Queen of Pentacles has beautifully constructed gems, with sweet hints of electronic and hip-hop magic.
Yoga Is Love: Music for Love and Connection
A follow-up to his first album, Yoga Is Union, Colletti’s new CD offers lightness and space with sustenance and strength. The music is relaxing while also enticing movement.
Amy Ray is half of the Indigo Girls with Emily Saliers, a duo that has put out 14 studio albums. Whether singing Southern country, folk, or the raw punk rock of one of her solo albums like Stag, Ray’s music is firmly rooted in spirituality.
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: A Passion Oratorio in Two Acts
The Gospel according to the Other Mary offers an optimistic message about the potential for spirituality-based social change.