Todd Alan

  From This Moment On by Todd Alan

I worked/played on this CD for over 5 years with the help of many friends over many hours . The music ranges from folk-rockish to meditative. There is a strong emphasis on our shifting times and the importance of our connection to Mother Earth. (Todd Alan) 1995

From This Moment On

It is time for the Human Race to re-awaken its connection to the Planet Earth

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From This Moment On by Todd Alan

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Copyright 1995 Todd Alan Studios. All rights reserved  

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Song Titles and descriptions (all songs written by Todd Alan):

The Longest Day (Solstice Song): A folksy magical song about the Summer Solstice .

See How They Run:  Song about our relation to the creatures of this earth. folksy-rock

In The Silence:  An up-beat grooving song about finding one's path by looking inside for answers.

I Don't Know:  A country-like song I wrote way back in high school about the decisions that we face as we become  adults.

Follow Your Heart:   An up-beat song about following intuition and letting spirit guide the path.

I Know:   A song for our times -- a meditative journey.

Morgan Le Fey: One of my favorites!  This meditative song was written in 7/8 time and is some of my finest producing.  A song for Morgaine.

Its Love(Lyra's song):  A song about unconditional love.

Rain: A dreary song about a missed love.  Rock overtones.

Ucanacaca: an African-rhythm sort of drummed up wild song about hearing the call of nature. Featuring the drumming of Bongo Bob.

Polysensual: A drifting instrumental featuring the guitar.

The Players

Todd Alan:  vocals, guitars, percussion, keyboards  /  Featuring Bob Smutak (Bongo Bob):  drums, percussion 

Other Players include:  Karen Allgire: vocals / Laurie Hallal:  vocals / George Hertzel:  keyboards / Jim Gress:  bass / Cherie Davis:  flute / Pete Aquila:  water phone /

Chorus on The Longest Day: Sally Bashford , Norma Jean Storms, Charlene, Minerva      

From This Moment On

Copyright 1995 Todd Alan Studios

 All rights reserved