2002 – “Lady of the Moon”.

Hi people! 🙂

Overall, I can’t say I have a lot of love for this band. They’re way too new age-y for me, that’s the first thing, and also while some of their songs are really nice, quite an astounding amount of them just doesn’t agree with my brain, so to say, in a sensory way. They often sound properly sensorily creepy to me. And, actually, this song is no exception. Everything about it – the melody, the harmonies, the different single sounds in it and it overall – it just sounds kind of creepy even though I know I’m probably the only one and that generally it’s supposed to sound relaxing. But, unlike most of their other music, despite I still feel this way about how it sounds, after having known it for many years, somehow I also do like it and can appreciate its beauty. Sometimes that is the case that even when something sounds sensorily scary to me at the same time it’s still very beautiful and appealing on some level. In the past, the creeped out feeling was the main thing I felt when listening to this, but now it’s the appreciation for it that wins.

2002 are wife and husband Pamela and Randy Copus, and their daughter Sarah. They live in Texas and, as I said, they make new age music, that could also be classified as neoclassical. There is yet another song of them that I like (I only like two, and that other one is not creepy at all) and I think I’ll share that one tomorrow.

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