by Vanessa-Mae


Violin wunderkind Vanessa Mae shook up the classical music world with her crossover-turned The Violin Player in 1994. Storm, her second pop/classical venture, is even bolder, with the dress-to-kill virtuoso performing a mixture of classical, rock, and techno.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/14/1998
Label: Parlophone (Wea)
UPC: 0724384544324
catalogNumber: 454436

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Vanessa-Mae   Primary Artist,Violin,Vocals,Background Vocals
John Cameron   Conductor
Geoff Whitehorn   Guitar
Graham Broad   Drums
Richard Cottle   Keyboards
Andy Hill   Bass,Guitar,Keyboards,Hammond Organ
Dave Arch   Conductor
Peter Lockett   Percussion
Wendy Page   Background Vocals
Miguel Montero   Vocals
Antón Jiménez   Flamenco Guitar
Terry Edwards   Choir Master

Technical Credits

John Cameron   Orchestration
Richard Cottle   Programming
Nick Griffiths   Engineer
Andy Hill   Arranger,Composer,Programming,Producer,Orchestration
Dick Lewzey   Engineer
Mike Ross   Engineer
Brian Tench   Engineer
Vanessa-Mae   Arranger,Composer
Dave Arch   Orchestration
Alex Marcou   Engineer
Marcia Crayford   Orchestra Leader
Flavia Cureteu   Art Direction
Vasko Vassilev   Orchestra Leader
Pamela Nicholson   Producer
Terry Edwards   Director

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Storm 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
While not everyone will enjoy this album, those willing to explore a palette of traditional classical sound painted with brushes of pop and techno will find satisfaction in this album. I love it and would encourage even those a little put off by the mixing of styles to give it a try -- you won't be disappointed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Vanessa-Mae's STORM is a great CD for anyone. I listen to it nonstop becuase there's a song for every mood you're in. The only time it leaves my CD player is when I put the CD into my friend Will's hands. He'll either put it into the computer or onto our theater's stereo so that everyone in theatre can listen to it. All my friends love the title track and also #6 (I) Can, Can (You). My personal favorites are #'s 2,3,4,5,6,7,11, and 12.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD has a wonderful expressive sound unlike any other I have heard. I love the title song Storm, I found that the best way to appreciate all the sounds in this version is to put on your earphones and experience it in full. Can't wait for her next recording.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago