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by Susan Osborn

Susan's gorgeous voice is highlighted in this long awaited recording of original songs.
Genre: Easy Listening: Crooners/Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. She Speaks
3:47 $0.99
2. River of No Return
4:55 $0.99
3. Heart River
5:48 $0.99
4. Moon's Apprentice
3:44 $0.99
5. Run With An Arrow
4:39 $0.99
6. Nola
3:28 $0.99
7. Bittersweet
5:38 $0.99
8. The Seed Is in the Bloom
6:37 $0.99
9. One Step At a Time
4:42 $0.99
10. Romantic Fool
5:13 $0.99
11. Reunion
4:09 $0.99
12. Chain of Life
3:41 $0.99
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Album Notes
From a midwestern girl playing the college bars and club circuits during the cauldren of the sixties, segue to a young woman singing on the streets and playing in the folk clubs of Greenwich Village in the late 70's . . . go through the enviro-eco-consciousness of the ensemble music of the Paul Winter Consort for which Susan was the vocalist from 1978 to 1985 recording with eagles,whales, and wolves and as an Artist-in-Residence at the Cathedral St. John the Divine in NYC . . . at the same time developing and teaching innovative workshops about the power of the human voice in song. Then travel across the Pacific where she co-created and recorded an album of traditional Japanese songs in English and received the Japanese equivalent of a Grammy, and then 6 more releases for her Japanese audience and a score of tours establishing her as a substantial performing artist in contemporary Japanese music and theater . . . A documentary film of her life for Asahi H-D TV was aired there in 1997. In 1996, she had a starring role in the celebrated Japanese musical " Tanuki Goten".

Along the way she has performed and recorded in the UN General Assembly; at the Global Forum in Kyoto and the Hague, celebrating the formation of the world environmental organization the International Green Cross with Mikael and Raisa Gorbechev, and appeared at numerous conferences and events through the years with world class presenters including: Robert Bly, Ellen Burstyn, Maya Angelou and Al Gore. Susan had the honor of singing at both the Winter Olympic Games at a medal awards ceremony and the Closing Ceremonies of the Paralympic Games in Nagano, Japan in Winter 1998. For the past three years, Susan and her husband David Densmore have operated an innovative salon for music and art called The Living Room in their hometown of Eastsound,Washington while continuing to write and record new music; ReUnion, her first CD of original songs in 15 years, and two recordings of great classical melodies, Still Life and Tideline. At the same time, she has continued her exploration of song as a way to enter silence and presence in a class called Silence and Song .

The mosaic of artists in her life include Brazilian percussionist Nana Vasconcelos, singer/songwriter Lucinda Williams, Miles Davis keyboardist Robert Irving, folk legend Odetta and Broadway star Betty Buckley, New York Pops maestro Skitch Henderson, African Master drummer Baba Olatunji, and guitarist Ralf Illenberger.

There is no question of the healing power of a focused human gift of music, and Susan is one that has this with great clarity, understanding, beauty and wisdom. This is a rare gift.

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My heart is opened and my spirit revived by "Chain of Life." I am inspired.
I heard the song Chain of Life played as background to a slide show of beautiful women from across the globe acting in leadership roles to feed the children, change the world and heal the Earth at the Seattle Women's Leadership Revival Tour hosted by Meg Wheatley and Christina Baldwin. I was stunned into silence, tears and open-hearted awe by the beauty of Susan's voice, and those of the back-up singers, and the astounding simplicity of the concept of this song. I can't stop singing it and will be sharing it at my annual Christmas worship gathering with friends. The images that form in my mind as Susan sings bless my life and inspire me anew. Thank you. Namaste. Seriously. Namaste.

Joyce Longfellow

During a Whidbey Island, WA author retreat our facilitator played the song Nola. Christina Baldwin instructed us in the art of "flow writing"--write heart felt responses to music or poems or sayings. Nola took me back to the days I was a young woman discovering my voice, my power. I knew I had to share this album with my friends--this year's stocking stuffers :)

diana powers

I too attended the event mentioned by Joyce Longfellow (below) but was introduced to Susan Osborn's music many years ago. I did not know her name when she sang with Paul Winter but I knew her hauntingly beautiful voice, every bit as haunting and beautiful as the creatures with whom she sang. As I sat in a retreat house on Whidbey Island and listened to 'Nola,' the song, its message, and Susan's performance of it brought me to my knees. Hers is an otherworldly talent and I am most thankful to now be able to put a name with that amazing sound. When a woman like Susan Osborn shares her many gifts, we are blessed beyond knowing.