Land of Forever is the fourth album of The Cocoon Series by Pamela and Randy Copus. The liner notes tell the story of an Irish island that is submerged by day and rises from the ocean at night. Here, time moves slowly; a few days lingering results in the passing of 300 years. Lush angelic strings, piano, keyboards, flutes, angel choirs, harp, and a very sweet guitar will lull you into peaceful and meditative spaces.
New Age Voice Magazine
2002 gathers inspirations from celestial realms for River of Stars. The musicians, Pam and Randy Copus, play numerous instruments — keyboards, flute, harp and guitar — and they sing, too, blending their sounds with a heavenly touch. From rhapsodic waltzes to sparkling melodies with the cadence of a lullaby, River of Stars is a musical journey of peace and enchantment. Each piece has a theme . . . yet the entire album flows gracefully from beginning to end. Fans of Enya will be particularly charmed by 2002’s evocative style.
Engaging piano and keyboards for his quintessential release, Kevin Kern offers one of the sweetest releases of the year. His four previous titles have sold 400,000 copies, a tribute to the beauty and grace of his music and his soothing soundscapes. Kern’s piano sketches the melody lines with keyboard synths supplying beds of sensuous and dreamy harmonies, while broken chords fill the bass clef. “Through Your Eyes” and “Bathed in Dawn’s Light” are highlighted with the gentle acoustic guitar of Davis Ramey.