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 Author: WitchVox    Posted: 10/20/2002   Times Viewed: 1,611,587 

Bardic Circle Featuring AITI MAA...

Cry (Wild Wind)
(by Caroline Spence, Colleen Gray)

Audience Count: 5,913


The Story...

I wrote this one day when I was daydreaming and I felt I was taken out of time for a minute into this fantastical dream place. It became a song about being taken into the timeless world of faerie, falling in love, feeling spiritual bliss -- and then waking up back in the world again. Feeling that loss. The song also seemed to call up an even deeper loss, the loss of spirit - whether enforced through witch hunts, discrimination... the denial of the natural world. The song keeps bringing me new meanings and I thought I would like to share it with all of you.

Enjoy! Blessed Be...

Caroline

Recorded: The Power Plant, Barrie - Spring 2002

Guests/Players: Produced by Michael Jack, Michael Jack Productions

Vocals: Colleen Gray
Guitars & Bass: David Lynch
Drums: David Drake
Piano: Caroline Spence

Technical Notes: Guitar
Bass
Drums
Piano
Vocals

Artist Profile: Toronto indie band, äiti maa's present line-up originated in early 1998 when drummer David Drake and keyboardist/guitarist David Thomas Lynch joined co-founders and singer/songwriters Caroline Spence and Colleen Gray. Every member contributes to the development and arrangement of the music.

äiti maa's music is both richly textured and simple, a melodic, organic kind of alternative folk-rock. The songs spring from a deep, emotional base and range from soft moody ballads to upbeat quirky songs to heavier intense works. At times, jazzy, or Celtic elements will come into play.

This song, 'Cry (Wild Wind)' is a track from their first full-length album 'Window Seat', set for release in 2003. Visit www.aitimusic.com to download and listen to tracks as part of a free listening party!

"Rusticated soft rock with finely meshed female vocals and equally impressive interplay between keyboards, mandolin and acoustic guitar. Will make listeners think of the tradition-steeped melodies of Kate and Anna McGarrigle and the October Project." - Listen.com

"What beautiful music you guys write! I love stuff from Cocteau and the Projekt label, so when I heard you guys I found similarities in the style and sound that I really enjoyed along with your own unique delivery. You girls have great voices, too, definite ear candy... " - Tim MacAleese, Canadian Rawk Network

"This music instantly brings up images of the Smiths meets the Cowboy Junkies. It is part sixties folk and part twenty-first century rural meets urban adventurism... This is Adult Alternative all the way, the kind of music that appeals to Gen X’ers and sophisticated boomers..."- Chris K., Pro Critic Radio for GodsofMusic.com

Website: http://www.aitimusic.com
Email: info@aitimusic.com

LINK to the mp3 File: Click HERE

Cry (Wild Wind)
(words & music by Caroline Spence, Colleen Gray)

CRY (WILD WIND) - Spence, Gray

Face the fires of morning
Dawn a place awakening
I run to the water
look for my love left
to cry wild wind
cry wild wind

Walk with me
to a quiet place
come to take me
come to take me
on the wings of a night bird
stand with me in the moonlight

Chorus:
Cry wild wind
cry wild wind
cry wild wind

Woman come
your daughter's crying
the old world flickers, dying
Hear her scream while witches burn
the old gods wait to take their turn
they enter through our open mouths

Songbirds sing & morning dew
down by that river
where our love must wait
& our hearts still break
at the river's edge
where we wait for the dawn

Chorus:

How the river moves
on & on & on
life is moving past us
it pools & it tosses
it passes by
cry wild wind

Face the fires of morning
dawn a place awakening
I run to the water
look for my love left to
cry wild wind
cry...


copyright 2002 aitimaa



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