Annie Locke Music Videos
Annie is gradually getting together music videos linking to her albums – and I’m helping her to produce them. Here are some that we hope you’ll enjoy…[ Annie Locke Music Videos ]
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O Holy Night – solo piano cover version of Adolphe Adam’s carol
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Annie says she, “had a sudden impulse, about a week before Christmas, to do a cover of O Holy Night, one of my favourite Christmas songs, by Adolphe Adam. This is the first cover I’ve ever done.”
An End to Hunger, An End to War – track from A Glimmer of Hope
This video, taken from the music track of the same name, from A Glimmer of Hope. We think speaks for itself. Please share. Thank you. [ Annie Locke Music Videos ]
Riding Through Montana – track from A Glimmer of Hope
Have a relaxing few minutes listening to this gentle music, and imagining yourself riding (or strolling, perhaps) through beautiful mountains and wide open spaces.
The track is from A Glimmer of Hope. Annie improvised it in one take, then re-recorded it. To download a copy, or to find out more and have a listen to samples of her other music, visit the album page or the CDs and Downloads page.”
Crystal Fairies – track from The Living Earth
Annie says, “A fun track from my, ‘The Living Earth’ album, which should particularly appeal to children. FAIRIES DO EXIST – as you will see! [ Annie Locke Music Videos ]
UK Seascapes – track from Memories
Beautifully relaxing music from ‘Memories’ album, paired with stunning seascape photography by Nick Cockman. The music track used is ‘As It Will Be Part 3.’ Check out the album page or the CDs and Downloads page
Crystal Moments – track from The Living Earth
Annies says, “A beautifully tuneful track from my very first album, ‘The Living Earth’, which was improvised with crystals in mind. This is new age music which is both happy and relaxing – suitable for adults and children alike.”
It creates a calm atmosphere using a lovely, gentle sound on electric piano. She had only just started composing, and improvised this track the night before going to Finland to help out on a workshop about crystals. The people taking the workshop loved the music so much that they made a collection for her to do an album!
Soon after, she was asked to write some music for an exhibition of large crystals at a new theme park. Although this didn’t happen in the end, the two things came together to inspire her to create ‘The Living Earth’ – still available as downloads here.
She really hopes that you enjoy this and would love you to give me some feedback on how the music affects you – visit AnnieLocke.com.