by Gabrielle Roth



Roth has generated a considerable amount of attention over the past few years, sometimes appearing controversial, at other times almost seeming to be part of the new age
ew spiritual mainstream (though this latter suggestion might cause serious agitation on her part). Refuge, produced in collaboration with Russian vocalist Boris Grebenshikov, embraces standard forms and steps beyond them, thanks to Grebenshikov's resounding baritone. The album is dedicated to Tibet, with income from the album being donated to Tibetan support groups. A beautiful piece of work with a wonderful spiritual glow at its heart.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/26/1998
Label: Raven
UPC: 0736998598228
catalogNumber: 5982

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Gabrielle Roth   Primary Artist
Boris Grebenshikov   Synthesizer,Vocals
Robert Ansell   Drums,Rainstick,Rattle
Joe Bonadio   Percussion,Drums,Gong,Triangle,Bells,Shekere,talking drum,Tone Box
Chris Botti   Trumpet
Rocky Bryant   Percussion,Cymbals,Drums,Tom-Tom,Snare Drums,Hi Hat
Carter Burwell   Accordion
Harvey Jones   Synthesizer
Mindy Jostyn   Vocals
David Rosenberg   Cymbals,Drums,Tom-Tom
Catherine Russell   Vocals
Gordon Ryan   Percussion,Jun-Jun,Atoke
Allison Cornell   Violin,Viola,Vocals
Sanga of the Valley   Percussion,Conga,Berimbau
Gabrielle Roth & the Mirrors   Track Performer
Sahaj Ticotin   Vocals
Erik Lawrence   Flute,Alto Flute
Bob Een   Cello

Technical Credits

Gabrielle Roth   Director,Producer,Musical Director
Boris Grebenshikov   Director,Musical Director
Robert Ansell   Producer,Processing Assistant
Scott Ansell   Producer,Engineer

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Refuge 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I Just brought This album from a bookstore That sells New age and world music etc. This is one of my best albums of my collection. It's sensual and Spirual At the same time. I also loved the vocals from Russian vocailst Boris Grebenshikov. His voice has a sexual and spirual. a A Dark romatic feel to it. it keeps me moving my body. If you love tibetan chants and music i whoud reccomend this album. Keep up the good work!.