Sisters of Avalon (song)

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"Sisters of Avalon"
Single by Cyndi Lauper
from the album Sisters of Avalon
Released 1997
Recorded 1996
Genre Pop rock, electronica
Length 4:20
Label Epic Records
Writer(s) Cyndi Lauper, Jan Pulsford
Producer(s) Cyndi Lauper, Mark Saunders, Jan Pulsford
Cyndi Lauper singles chronology
"You Don't Know"
(1997)
"Sisters of Avalon"
(1997)
"Ballad of Cleo and Joe"
(1997)

"Sisters of Avalon" is a single from the 1997 album of the same name, by Cyndi Lauper.

Song information[edit]

The song is about sisterhood and it shows the power of women Lauper wanted to show through the song and the album as a whole. As a result of the song, Lauper wanted to work with female writers and producers during a lot of the making of the album.

This single was only released in Japan. A sampler was released as a promo only CD in the United States.

A video was shot for the song when it was released, here is what Lauper said about the video:

"This one has a little bit of a story in it too because it's kind of the rites of passage of women. It has women symbols. I wanted to show the force of nature and the energy of the song. It's really wonderful... It's like you're making paintings and when you're the artist, as opposed to when I direct someone else, it's like performance art. I can't think of any other job I could have where I can enjoy the process of making these little films."[citation needed]

Official versions[edit]

  1. Album version
  2. Single edit – 3:46
  3. Extended version