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Rock Notes

Lisa Gerrard brings a worldwide range to her new release

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / January 16, 2004

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Adjectives are useless when it comes to describing Lisa Gerrard's music. Words like ethereal, stirring, and timeless are accurate, but hardly adequate. Dead Can Dance, the band she formed 20 years ago with fellow Australian Brendan Perry, made nine albums -- each a striking mosaic of ambient pop and medieval chants, Celtic ballads and electronic samples, rock elements and lush ... (Full Article: 925 Words)

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