Angela Fischetti | Enter The Light

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Enter The Light

by Angela Fischetti

Cutting edge approach to mantras and chanting with riveting percussions and Angela's vocal delivery being straight from the heart, lead to an amazing musical journey.
Genre: New Age: New Age
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Opening Invocation
Angela Fischetti
2:06 $0.99
2. Om Namah Shivaya Gurave
Angela Fischetti
2:26 $0.99
3. Maitri Interlude
2:00 $0.99
4. Yemaya Assessu
Angela Fischetti
2:49 $0.99
5. Shri Ram
Angela Fischetti
3:24 $0.99
6. Yogas Citta Vrtti Nirodhah
3:10 $0.99
7. Amazing Grace
Angela Fischetti
4:47 $0.99
8. Resurrection
Arrow & Luis Duran
3:54 $0.99
9. Enter the Light
Angela Fischetti
4:33 $0.99
10. Lokah Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu
Angela Fischetti
3:31 $0.99
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Album Notes
Angela Fischetti was born in Brooklyn, New York on April 12, 1958. She recalls how one day, at the age of nine, she heard a beautiful voice coming out of the radio at a local record store -- a voice that transfixed her attention. She asked the store clerk who was on the radio and learned that the voice that had suddenly mesmerized her was none other than Judy Garland's, whose voice she knew well from the Wizard of Oz. It was that uncanny recognition of Garland's voice singing "You Made Me Love You" that lead young Angela to start singing at the age of 10, taking voice lessons and performing in school plays, always inspired by the depth of Garland's artistry.

Over the years, Angela's career as a singer took some unusual yet significant detours as she found her way to bhakti yoga, the yoga of devotion through chanting. She stopped singing at the age of 19 to focus on acting at the Stella Adler Conservatory on scholarship. At 25, she stopped performing altogether as she got more involved in producing showcase theater in New York City. During this time, her passion for fitness began to grow. Ultimately, she would leave the world of the stage altogether, devoting herself entirely to fitness as a personal trainer for 16 years.

Angela's work with infirm and ill clients represented her first step toward a more spiritual approach to fitness. Personal events in the months leading to 9/11 only reinforced this path. Angela had already made plans to move to South Florida when a dear pet - a cat named Honey Bunny who had accompanied her through all of life's tribulations for over twenty years - passed away. Honey Bunny's passing left Angela with a sense of futility regarding her career; there had to be more than lifting weights.

Three weeks after 9/11, Angela moved to Miami Beach, having known at least 300 people who perished as a result of that event. On the wake of the tragedy, she became a student once again, this time at Synergy Center for Yoga and the Healing Arts, enrolling in teacher training course during which she would become familiar with bhakti yoga. Her father passed away four weeks into the course, and Angela found herself performing the required sadhana on the flights to and from New York.

In the depths of personal and collective grief, Angela rediscovered her first love: singing. Through yoga, she found a way of expressing not only her passion for fitness, but greater depth in the art of singing, which was now inextricably linked to the art of healing and the path of devotion.Thirty-six years after first hearing Judy Garland sing at the record store, Angela retraced the steps of her amazing life journey. She started to work with Arrow as her vocal coach, who later became producer for ENTER THE LIGHT. She also started to lead kirtan at Synergy Center for Yoga and the Healing Arts.

Angela's inspiration for ENTER THE LIGHT, the title song of her first album, came when she saw a shimmering light entering her Miami Beach apartment - a subtle glimmer that landed on a framed photograph of Judy Garland standing under a spotlight. She knew then that her father had passed away, or rather, had entered the light.Angela currently studies singing with Miami's Mary Walkley. She is also studying harmonium and music theory and is working with Arrow on the production of two more albums that will represent a musical trilogy.

Angela also teaches power and hatha yoga in the Greater Miami/Miami Beach area at Ironworks, Curves, Mpower Project, senior centers, condominium complexes and yoga studios, and is available for private lessons.



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Michael Jensen

Beautiful voice with music that's food for the soul.
I've played it while driving and at my desk as it calms me and gives me better ability to focus, also for peacefulness. Her lovely voice soars! The instrumentation is also supreme. I love the percussionals too! It is a great album I'll always have on hand, real food for the soul!


lovely, unfamiliar, largely non-English speaking music,amazing "Amazing Grace"
beautiful,dreamy, unfamiliar music,sung, I suppose in Hindi, and using unusual, appropriate instrumentations. Angela's voice is strong, and soaring at the same time; has a lovely aura. She does a yoga inflected "Amazing Grace," like nothing you've ever heard before, just breathtaking.

Gordon Stevens

Angela has an uncanny way of singing directly to you ,Like judy garland .
This is the cd everyone should have.Wonderfully ispirational .Angela has a way to make you believe what she is singing,because she obviously believes the lyrics.
Her music comes from the heart.

Linda Morris

I loved the mix of spiritual and contemporary
I found this album to be spiritually moving but with enough of a contemporary mix to make it unusual and interesting. I was impressed by the quality of the artist's voice and would hope to hear more from her.

rolf brinkmann

nette cd die man gut mal durchlaufen lassen kann - öfters aber auch nicht. einziges highlight ist der titel nr. 8 "resurrection" der auf der rückseite der cd jedoch gar nicht aufgeführt ist so das man meint es wäre das titelstück. doch für dieses stück lohnt sich der kauf allemal. gruss from germany.