Prayer for Compassion

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Prayer for Compassion
Studio album by David Darling
Released January 20, 2009
Genre New-age
Length 43:46
Label Curve Blue
Producer Mickey Houlihan, David Darling

Prayer for Compassion is an album by David Darling, released through the record label Wind Over the Earth in 2009. In 2010, the album won Darling a Grammy Award for Best New Age Album.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs by David Darling.

  1. "Untold Stories", for cello and ambient sounds – 4:49
  2. "Prayer for Compassion", for cello, chorus and ambient sounds – 4:18
  3. "Stones Start Spinning", for cello and ambient sounds – 4:15
  4. "As Long as Grasses Grow and Rivers Run", for cello, flute and ambient sound – 3:44
  5. "Music of a Desire", for cello and ambient sounds – 2:48
  6. "Remembering Our Mothers", for cello and ambient sounds – 3:19
  7. "Beautiful Life", for cello, kalimba and ambient sounds – 2:36
  8. "War Is Outdated", for cello and ambient sounds – 4:09
  9. "September Morn", for cello, voice and ambient sounds – 4:35
  10. "Shoe Strings", for cello and ambient sounds – 2:50
  11. "Heaven Here on Earth", for cello and ambient sounds – 2:20
  12. "When We Forgive", for cello and ambient sounds – 4:03

Personnel[edit]

  • Members of Ars Nova Choir – choir, chorus
  • Tom Bates – arranger, editing, mixing, recording
  • David Channing – arranger, editing, mixing, recording
  • David Darling – cello, piano, voice, composer, liner notes, producer
  • Joseph Fire Crow – flute
  • Ben Harris – assistant engineer
  • Mickey Houlihan – mixing, producer, recording
  • Justin Konrad – assistant engineer
  • Dominick Maita – mastering
  • Samite Mulondo – kalimba
  • Adam Olson – assistant engineer
  • Tommy Skarupa – assistant engineer
  • Michael Verdick – arranger, editing, mixing, recording
  • Steve Vidaic – assistant engineer
  • Susan Wasinger – art direction, design
  • Mike Yach – assistant engineer
  • Steve Van Zandt – assistant engineer

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Grammy Awards: List of Winners". The New York Times (The New York Times Company). January 31, 2010. Retrieved December 25, 2010. 

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