Sisters of Avalon (song)
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|"Sisters of Avalon"|
|Single by Cyndi Lauper|
|from the album Sisters of Avalon|
|Released||January 29, 1997|
|Genre||Pop rock, electronica|
|Writer(s)||Cyndi Lauper, Jan Pulsford|
|Producer(s)||Cyndi Lauper, Mark Saunders, Jan Pulsford|
|Cyndi Lauper singles chronology|
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."
- Album version
- Single edit – 3:46
- Extended version
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