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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. I Will Remember You
2. Lord Make Me an Instrument of Thy Piece
3. Requiem 9/11
4. A Renaisance for Humanity
5. Where Did My Childhood Gone?
6. Jonathan M'attend
7. Joy in Pain
8. There is a Way
9. Farewell

Line-up / Musicians

- Cyrille Verdeaux / keyboards and compositions
- Frances Rae Key / vocals

Releases information

This limited edition CDR is a tribute to the victims of the 9/11 tragedy and serves as a call of hope and faith to everyone who was so shaken by these events. Composed and performed by Clearlight mastermind Cyrille Verdeaux and Vocalist Frances Rae Key (Named after her great, great, great Grandfather, Francis Scott Key who wrote the Star Spangled Banner) these songs and ballads are both timeless and deeply moving.

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