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Reviews CD Reviews Ethereal The New York Room- The Colour of Midnight


  Artist: The New York Room
CD Title: The Colour of Midnight
Label: Saint Thomas Productions
Reviewer: Donovan Tate
Date: 8/19/04

A beautiful finest album ever been produced and recorded. Dark music fans will be very gladly to get their hands on this second classic masterpiece release. Strong ethereal vocals coming from soprano and opera female singer, Sara Dellinger, while Matthew Ervin handles the music compositions and arrangements. A unique pair for collaborations who is based out of Oshtemo, Michigan. You can hear soundtrack soundscapes and some Cocteau Twins influence on some of the tracks. Imagine it's very dark and cold and it's snowing/raining and the moon is full and so pale and the ravens fly across the sky in the midnight hour. Hearing the whole cd gave me a visual idea with a brief description how this album can be painted as a clear picture that will set the views to open for the eyes to see. Music playing so beautifully and Sarah's operatic voice just swoons like a nightingale in the deep of the darkening atmospheric night. So elegant with a purest perfection this will bring to everyone's heart. The band did a cover version of The Rolling Stone "Paint It Black" that's done remarkably well and sung in a beautiful melancholic way. If you haven't heard of this band, now the time to do so because they're worth listening to.


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