All is beautiful. Thanks kindly
Really good music. Love the mix of Celtic and Rock.
Gentle and powerful. The five tracks take the listener to a mysterious world, where you are welcomed with sweet sounds and the marvelous voice of Leah. The following moment, you will find yourself on a powerful wave, transported by a magical and epic rhythm.
A perfect combination on melody and rhythm, wonderfully accompanied by an incredible music.
Only the deaf wouldn't love this masterpiece.
I will certainly continue to follow Leah and her unique music. Can't wait for the next release!
Each of Leah's albums is an entire world unto itself. I found Of Earth and Angels to be rather eclectic. Otherworld is different, and very well titled. My first foray into this sort of music was 1991 when a friend introduced me to Enya. Her music helped me survive the roughest, darkest period of my life. Leah is the next logical step. It's got a certain similarity to Enya's music - ethereal, otherworldly - but Leah has a style all her own, which also makes her music quite distinctive from Enya's. I love "The Northern Edge," but her take on the poem "Do Not Stand at my Grave and Weep" was breathtaking, and I've left instructions with my eldest daughter that it is to be played at my funeral or, so help me, I will crawl out of my coffin and take vengeance! Joking, of course... well, sort of ;) The final track, "Dreamland," is ethereal and Enya-like, yet it also has very metal elements. One wouldn't think those would go together, but Leah makes it work. Another Triumph!
All of LEAH's Music is wonderful. The digital downloads are great!
Loved. It already had the cd but wanted on other devices so I could listen to it on my way to and from work.