Beautiful celtic songs, new and old, are presented on this album as a modern love song to the artist's heritage. Additional content included on the enhanced CD.
Co-Produced by Christiane Cargill and David Peters. Engineered, mixed and mastered by David Peters. Photography, Artwork and Enhanced CD Content by Sean Kinney. CD Programming by David Moss. Additional photography by Brian Morri, and Charles and Loretta Cargill.
RTS' sophomore release, "Professional Pretender", offers a mix of adult alternative pop along with delicate piano ballads, exploring the rise and fall of relationships.
Co-Produced by Christiane Kinney, Burgundy Morgan and David Peters String Arrangements by Christiane Kinney Engineered and Mixed by David Peters at Belfry Studio Mastered by Michael Vail Blum at Titan Recording Artwork, Photography and additional enhanced CD content by Sean Kinney and 1 Stooge Ent.
From bohemian ballads and circus themes to pop rock, this initial release for the band Riddle the Sphinx remains timeless, landing them a spot on Music Connection's Hot 100 Unsigned Artists list, and securing the band a nomination for Independent Adult Alternative Artist of the Year.
Co-Produced by Christiane Kinney and Andrew Bush All Songs engineered by Andrew Bush at Grandma's Warehouse, and mixed and mastered by Michael Vail Blum at Titan Music Inc., except "Romanza", engineered and mixed by David Peters. Album art, design, photography, and enhanced CD content by Sean Kinney.
From tender and stripped down piano ballads to full band productions, this freshman release of Elyn, which later would evolve into the band Riddle the Sphinx, includes a treasure trove of elaborate poetry by Joy de Guzman set to music by Christiane Kinney.
Album co-produced by Christiane Kinney, Joy de Guzman, and Andrew Bush All songs engineered and mixed by Andrew Bush at Grandma's Warehouse (except "Listening to Grass, engineered by Dallan Beck at Musician's Institute) Digitally Mastered by Gavin Lurssen at The Mastering Lab Graphics Design and Layout: Mary ver Plank Photography: Sandy Spear Liner Note Drawings: Joseph Arthur Villaluna Alcasid