John Adorney 除运用大量管弦类的原音乐器外，还加强最能引发情感共鸣的人声，以及发自人类原始天性的民族元素，希望能使乐曲更贴近人心。
Reviewer: A music fan (Los Angeles, California United States)
John Adorney's music is beautiful. It might sound corny, but I feel as though each of his songs is like a love song or a prayer. In addition to the wonderful moods he creates, I am also taken with the way he moves back and forth between different rythms and ethnic influences. Just a great album overall.
Reviewer: David Grahame (Fayetteville, AR United States)
This is now one of my favorite New Age albums of all time. I have been listening to it for weeks and I'm still not tired of it. The songs are quite varied in style - from Celtic ballad to infectious exotic rhythms - but they are all rich, melodious, and create a great sense of freshness and JOY. The performances and sound are clean, clear and exhilarating.
My only criticism could be that the occasional simple, repetitive lyrics - although beautifully sung - can become tedious long before the music does. "When the flower meets the rain, when the flower feels the sun" is a good case in point.
From this album alone, I would say that John Adorney is one of the most talented all-around musical artists working today.
2. The Other Shore
3. The Crossing
4. When the Flower Meets the Rain
5. As My Heart Desires
6. Kulan Tai Ulam (Heart of a Child)
7. Thinking of You
10. All in a Moment