“Queen of Sorrow” shows itself to be a stand out track as well, this time due to the gorgeous vocals of Ann Caren who demonstrates vocal, angelic beauty this a sense of power and melancholy worthy of the title “Queen of Sorrow . . . ”
Now to one of the masterpieces of the album, Queen of Sorrow is a quite breathtaking song, the angelic vocal of Ann Caren providing beauty and soul . . .
Lady Obscure Magazine, UK
I really enjoyed experiencing the greater variety of musical styles and vocal and instrumental choices (including those of the wonderful Ann Caren and of TPE orchestra). . .
And Ann Caren, the guest vocalist, turns in some stunning performances here which really help to dramatize the concept more than in previous works . . .
The captivating vocals of ANN CAREN, who somewhere must have inherited Annie Haslam's vocal cords, and whose performances on "The Queen Of Sorrow " and " Great Day " convincingly demonstrate this, they even set a RENAISSANCE feeling and make this CD not only fun, but demand respect . . .