Performance CreditsSleepthief Primary Artist
Caroline LaVelle Cello,Vocals
Kirsty Hawkshaw Vocals
Kristy Thirsk Vocals
Nicola Hitchcock Vocals
Vic Levak Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Roberta Carter Harrison Vocals
Jody Quine Vocals
Harland Track Performer
Kyoko Baertsoen Vocals
Jerri Eckert Vocals
Lauren Edman Vocals
Technical CreditsDuran Duran Composer
Caroline LaVelle Composer
Kenneth Harrison Composer,Engineer
Kirsty Hawkshaw Arranger
Eric Harris Composer
Kristy Thirsk Composer
Christian "Wicked" Wicht Engineer
James "Big Jim" Wright Composer
Nicola Hitchcock Composer
Vic Levak Engineer
Sandrine Ligabue Composer
Jody Quine Composer
Kyoko Baertsoen Composer
Lauren Edman Composer
Brian Son Concept
John Crawford Composer
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Dawnseeker based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
This type of music is not the type that I normally listen to, I am usually listening to punk rock or alternative music, but this cd definetely caught my attention. The lyrics and music is so smooth and laid back that it can always calm me. Working at Barnes and Noble, the highlight of my day was just knowing that this cd was playing in the store, and I got to listen to it. Definetely a must have for music-lovers.
It's really quite simple this is perhaps the best addition to the New Age milleiu. It redefines all odds of how a lyrical message could be infused with the extraordinary and deafening power of true music. It is a haunting, exciting, energizing hybrid of both Enigma and Conjure One. The first few seconds will send you into a world of romance, deception, loneliness, and hope. The last few seconds will leave you breathless and yearning for a continuation. But as the saying goes, "the story never ends". Expect to hear more from Sleepthief.
Conjure One, Delerium, Balligomingo and Enya fans alike will simply devour this disc. "The Dawnseeker" is packed to the gills with intricate layering and voluptuous orchestration behind each and every one of the amazing vocalists. From start to finish, this album delights and dazzles.
This album is a lovely and evocative one...lush and varied, mystical and personal. The vocals performances by the range of talented female singers (including Kirsty Hawkshaw (BT), Kristy Thirsk (Delerium), Caroline Lavelle, Nicola Hitchcock (Mandalay) and Jody Quine (Balligomingo) are superlative. This is simply the best collection of female singers together on one album. The best thing is that this album can be appreciated by a wide-audience of listeners. The songs range from ethereal to upbeat. Great work-
This debut album is a ground shattering evocation of ethereal and modern tone that will resound in your ears long after it has stopped playing. The ingenious blend of worldly influence and contemporary flux lavishly layered throughout the music will entrance your every emotion. Each song has a unique life, brought forward by various talented voices, that breathes with a strength beyond that of just ambient and electronic sound waves. There is a tale and poetic significance behind each piece that reveals the sheer work of art within each song. Ranging from the modern musical arenas of trip hop and down tempo to the exotic and classic inspirations of chant and orchestration, this album reaches a level that few artists have the ability to reach: perfection.