DON’T LET ME FALL TOO FAR was named one of the The Newfoundland Herald‘s Best Albums of 2019. That’s something to celebrate!
“It reminds me of the type of ethereal sound explored by artists like Kate Bush…The idea of this record being intended for live looping performance by a solo artist continues to haunt my listening experience; I really want to see that show.” Click here to read the review
What a tour! Did it ever warm my heart to have my music and our films so well received in North Carolina. Here are some of my favourite TV, radio and newspaper clips collected from the tour:
“SUNSET SUNRISE is for connecting to our higher selves, for rising above daily concerns, to open into the space of Love…a beautifully serene way to invoke meditation. Rozalind MacPhail is a fountain of creativity, a plethora of surprises and colors.” – Viviana Guzman (The Flute View)
Beautiful review written by Daze Jefferies of Saltwater Stories about our St. John’s premiere of FROM THE RIVER TO THE OCEAN: https://saltwaterstories.net/2017/05/16/push-and-pull-of-memories-the-st-johns-premiere-of-rozalind-macphails-from-the-river-to-the-ocean/
Thanks to The Overcast for selecting our meditation album, SUNSET SUNRISE as an #RPM2017 album pick: https://theovercast.ca/day-3-an-album-inspired-by-the-death-of-artist-graham-howcraft/