Anton Roolaart | The Plight of Lady Oona

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The Plight of Lady Oona

by Anton Roolaart

The Plight of Lady Oona is Anton's second CD. It's a wonderful melodic, symphonic rock album that contains lush orchestration and guitar performances with a guest vocal appearance by Annie Haslam on the title track.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Gravity
7:04 $1.29
2. Stars Fall Down
5:24 $1.29
3. The Plight of Lady Oona
13:49 $2.99
4. Standing in the Rain
4:53 $1.29
5. Memoires
4:56 $1.29
6. The Revealing Light
8:18 $1.29
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
After the well received debut Art Rock album Dreamer in 2007, Anton has come back as an independent artist with an exciting new album entitled The Plight of Lady Oona which features a special guest appearance by Annie Haslam. The tracks were recorded in the US and The Netherlands during the last few years. Anton’s music portrays the quintessence of melodic progressive rock accompanied with lush orchestration, and this new release is certain to capture the listener’s attention once again. The 6 tracks on this release present the listener with wonderful melodies, guitars, textures and keyboards supported by herculean bass lines and drums. He does this with the help of some talented friends and musicians. All songs were composed and produced by Anton with the help of co-producer Rave Tesar.



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