I am so pleased to report that 2002 is out with Land of Forever, their fourth release and the second in the Cocoon Series. 2002 consists of Pamela and Randy Copus, who compose, perform, and arrange all the music. They fill their compositions with extraordinary light and peace, as angelic choirs, strings, keyboards, flutes, and harp join with guitar in a journey of healing joy. Long, gentle notes float like feathers on a spring breeze, gently transporting the listener into realms untouched by the ravages of time. There are many legends surrounding the Land of Forever Young, or Tir Na Noc. It is said that a Bronze Age people were driven from Ireland around 600 B.C., retreating to an island off the Irish coast that remains submerged by day. It rises only at night, its glistening towers faintly visible in the moonlight. Land of Forever beautifully evokes the timeless image of this legend in dream-like, ambient soundscapes. Imagine flying effortlessly over a moonlit sea, the sounds of harp, choirs, piano, flute, and strings guiding every beat of your wings. Each of the 10 tracks, totaling roughly an hour of music, melts seamlessly into the next. I suggest a display with 2002’s earlier titles, Wings, Savitri, and Chrysalis. Once customers get a taste of this music, they’re likely to want it all.