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MP3 Lisa LaRue - Transformation 2012

Progressive Rock with influences of Native American, Jazz, Chill and more.

13 MP3 Songs in this album (44:44) !
Related styles: ROCK: Progressive Rock, ROCK: Avant-Prog

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"...an aggressive stylist in the Rick Wakeman vein..." - Progression Magazine

"...an obvious ear for orchestration..." - Keyboard Magazine

"John Payne''s (Asia) vocal contribution cannot be ignored and it goes without saying... but I''ll say it anyway, what a fantastic voice. Why we''re not hearing this particular track on car stereos everywhere is beyond me. I don''t say that as if to diminish the progressive nature of this album, but the song writing on this piece, coupled with John''s performance is exquisite - very moving indeed." - The Prog Files

The concept and title is derived from the Mayan calendar, whose ending on December 12, 2012, which many believe to be a herald of the end of the world. The teachings of the Mayan elders, however, believe this event marks the dawn of a new age, and with it the need for increased wisdom, discernment and understanding.

On the album is a single release entitled "Save Me," featuring vocalist John Payne (of the supergroup Asia featuring John Payne), and guest appearances by progressive electric violinist James Sudakow; keyboardist Tommy Zvoncheck (former Blue Oyster Cult); British experimental project Sinu Spiral, and cedar flutist Kerri Lake.

LaRue’s first musical project was with Gilli Smyth, co-founder of the Canterbury UK band Gong on a self-released tape titled "Dreamscapes."

Her debut CD, entitled "Beloved Tribal Women," was produced by Will Alexander (Keith Emerson, Herbie Hancock, Jeff Lorber, etc.). This was followed by "Children''s Songs in the Cherokee Language," for which she received 2 NAMMY nominations (Native American Music Awards). Other projects were "That Ol'' Sofkee Spoon", a collaboration with flutist/guitarist John ''Yafke'' Timothy (Muskogee - Creek). and an appearance on the Progressive Rock Hall of Fame''s compilation CD "Soundscape"(2008).

She is the recipient of the Oklahoma Music Awards'' "Native American Artist of the Year 2008" LaRue is also a nominee in the "Instrumental" category for the 2008 Hollywood Music Awards.

A native of Oklahoma, LaRue is a tribal member of the federally recognized United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma.

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