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Divine Intervention
  • Artist: Julia Ecklar
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479393723
  • Item #: SRD939372
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 12/18/2002
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Divine Intervention on CD

The year was 1986. The singer was only twenty-two, but since childhood she had been captivated by the worlds of wonder and imagination that she discovered in fantasy and science fiction. Later, she would become a John W. Campbell award-winning writer of science fiction stories and novels, but for now she poured all her imagination and creativity into crafting songs that combined haunting beauty with a sweeping narrative style. The result was Divine Intervention, an album that shattered the boundaries of science fiction and music with delicate orchestral and pulse-pounding rock settings of Julia Ecklar's song-stories. This long-awaited CD edition of Divine Intervention combines the original album tracks - polished and re-mastered under the supervision of producer Michael Moricz - plus fourteen minutes of new and previously unavailable tracks. -- 'The music still runs through my head at odd moments, and some of it I can sing.' - Larry Niven 'How come such a gifted writer also gets to have such a beautiful voice? Wonderful songs and great backup in a brilliantly produced album. Thanks to Julia and her friends, SF takes the lead in yet another art form.' - David Brin '...exudes an earnest and unquestionably appealing enthusiasm.' - Jeff Berkwitz (SCI FI Magazine)