Your Inspirational Song of the Week
May 27 - June 2, 2020
Thinking Made It So
Performed by Julia Wade
Music and Lyrics by Peter Link
Produced and Orchestrated by Peter Link
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The recent changes to the patterns of our daily lives have left many of us with more free time, and with more free time comes more ruminating. And as Julia Wade tells us in Thinking Made It So, our thoughts have a profound effect on our reality, most self-evidently by altering our perspective on the world, and thus altering how we respond to it. So as we all continue to live through this unique time, let us turn our “extra” thoughts to the good and positive: with Julia’s beautiful voice and Peter Link’s gorgeously crafted music, doing so should be quite easy! This song is from the album Silk Road, which marks Julia’s arrival at the threshold of a new evolution in her music. Her departure from her past carries forth her commitment to inspire through song, not only on a sacred level, but also with an in-depth look at the issues of our world at large and the individual human condition. So join Julia on her travels down the Silk Road as she explores continents and cultures of interconnected thought through the power of Inspirational music. A spiritual journey – a feast of music and drama.
About the Artist
Spanning diverse musical styles, Julia Wade has performed nationally and internationally as a concert artist, as well as in opera, cabaret and musical theatre, including The Rome Opera and Carnegie Hall.
As a recording artist, Julia is truly at home in the studio with no less than 14 solo CDs under her belt . The 14th is her new Christmas CD, “Julia Wade and Friends,” including classics each done in a new and original way – solos, trios and quartets. And it has what we like to call both Jesus songs and Santa songs, all reflecting the joys and inspiration of the Christmas season.
Find Out More About The Artist and the Music!
"Brilliant! Julia Wade sings with true passion. 'Solos' classical arrangements compliment the soulful message of the album perfectly. Truly unique and beautiful representation of Mary Baker Eddy's writing." -Sean McGee