Featuring previously unreleased music from a wide range of contemporary stars, "THE SHACK: MUSIC FROM AND INSPIRED BY THE ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE" includes a collaboration from multi-GRAMMY® Award-winning singer/songwriter Kelly Clarkson & GRAMMY®-nominated soul artist Aloe Blacc; as well as offerings from CMA and ACM-winning solo country artist Dierks Bentley; multi-platinum country artist Lady Antebellum; 2x GRAMMY® Award-winners for KING & COUNTRY; 6x chart-topping country artist Brett Eldredge; and GRAMMY®-nominated rock band NEEDTOBREATHE (Feat. Lauren Daigle), whose current album debuted at #1 on Billboard's "Top Albums" chart.
In addition, the album also includes new exclusive tracks such as "Heaven Knows" from RIAA platinum worship band Hillsong UNITED and "River of Jordan (Feat. Breyan Isaac)" from GRAMMY®-winning artist Lecrae.
Music Inspired By The Little Prince is the first solo album by the famous Polish prog musician Ryszard Kramarsky (Millenium), for the recording of which he invited a whole galaxy of equally famous musicians-compatriots. The album is a typical, classical, progressive, melodic concept album inspired by the wonderful book by Antoine de Saint-Exupery - The Little Prince" You will not hear on this album crazy fast tracks, complicated broken time signatures and progmetal guitar riffs. You'll hear the melodious vocals, vocalizations and guitar solos, keyboards and orchestral movie atmosphere. This music should appeal to fans of artists like Camel, The Alan Parsons Project, Pink Floyd and Marillion.
Kevin Costner, Robin Wright Penn, and Paul Newman star in this romantic tale about a sailor who dispatches love letters to sea in memory of his late wife. Just as the love letters are viewed as among the most touching ever written, the soundtrack is equally sentimental–16 tracks that evoke wistful days spent staring out of windows pining for lost love. Edwin McCain delivers Diane Warren's surprisingly modest "I Could Not Ask for More," a song written specifically for the movie. Sheryl Crow and Sarah McLachlan turn soft and spooky with their whispery "Carolina" and "I Love You," respectively. Sinéad Lohan and Beth Nielsen Chapman backlight their middle-of-the-road sensibilities with dance beats. Hootie & the Blowfish's "Only Lonely" is far closer to country music (Glen Campbell-style) than country artist Faith Hill's "Let Me Let Go." Gabriel Yared contributes the instrumental title track as well as two other pieces of overswelling movie music.