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From “Metanoia – a Universalist Mass”:
“In the Quiet Of the Day”
In the quiet of the day, the call of our passion we obey;
In the quiet of the day.
“ It Seems To Me”
It seems to me that you and I could change the world together;
It seems to me, if we could see the wounds that must be healed,
At night I dream, and in my dream above the hills I’m flying;
Yet, in the end I find, my friend, ‘tis you, my sister/brother.
Peace and love be with you all;
Baruch ata Adonai Eloheinu melech haolam. [Blessed art Thou, O Lord, sovereign of all Creation]
Dona nobis pacem,!
Grant us grace and abundant peace. Amen.
[In the Quiet Of the Day: Intro, Mark Tuning, all vocals; Daniel ben Avrám, vocal solo; Walter Bankovitch, piano; David K. Matthews, Yamaha Motif synthesizer; Jerry Cortez, guitar; Curtis Ohlson, electric bass; Paul Van Wageningen, drums.
It Seems To Me: Daniel ben Avrám, solo; Walter Bankovitch, piano; David K. Matthews, synthesizer; Curtis Ohlson, electric bass; Paul Van Wageningen, drums. Angie Doctor, Eric Freeman, Jim Hale, John Paddock, Stephen Saxon and Katy Stephan, background vocals.
Ascension: Steven Saxon, all vocals; Dr. Salvatore Ferrentelli, piano; David K. Mathews, synthesizer.
All compositions and arrangements by Daniel ben Avrám, Executive Producer; Curtis Ohlson and Daniel ben Avrám, Co-Producers, engineered by Curtis Ohlson at Ohlsonic Studios, Oakland California, some time between May 25th & July 14th, 2005 (initial sessions), and between May 25, 2007 and May Day, 2008. (Eugene Debs, ¡Presente!), orchestration and mixing. ]
Copyright © 2010 by Daniel B. Zwickel