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The best kept secret in music


Never was I more pleased than to be introduced to musical genius John Michael Zorko's album Touch. Featuring six excruciatingly impassioned and inspired female composer/vocalists and Zorko's amazing musical collaborations, the unique consequence is almost impossible to categorize except to say that are all outstanding. - New Age Reporter

We open with Something About Eve which includes vocals by Dru Allen. Smooth and ambient, with a touch of classical arrangement twisted with modern electronics. Something About Eve floats better than a cloud as it opens Touch with dignity and beauty. Touch as a whole tends towards soothing soundscapes and effervescent cloudlike wraps. This can sometimes be so minimal you'll forget it’s there as it lays in the background as nicely as a scented candle.

A great job by Aimee Page on The Art of Possession. Here she'll occasionally pull the track from the background with angellic vocals with punch and volume. Less Likely to Believe is one of the few times on Touch where you'll hear a beat track. Dru's vibratto here is brilliant.

Falling You’s Touch is certainly laced with feeling; uplifting while at the same time riveted with melancholy. A wonderful background to any clear, dark night sky. - Legends Magazine

... but don’t assume now that this is an instrumental album, since I haven’t told everything yet. “Touch” will be welcomed by all people who love to listen to heavenly female voices. No less than six female vocalists were employed to give their input (both vocals and lyrics) to the album. And not the least ones: think of Dru Allen (This Ascension), Aimee Page or Victoria Lloyd (Claire Voyant) for instance.

My favourite moments are the subtle ambient soundscapes like ‘Something about eve…’, on which Dru Allen uses her voice as an instrument, with lovely wordless chanting. The more melodic, poppy songs, like the triphoppy ‘The art of possession’, are less to my liking. The rather abstract atmospheric soundscapes appear to be alternated by the more song-based compositions. Some highlights are the melancholic ‘Moth and flame’, the mysterious ‘…a cry for the broken-hearted’ and the delicate ethereal ‘The canoe and the waterfall’. - Funprox


Mercy (debut) -- 1998
Touch -- 2004
Human -- 2006


Feeling a bit camera shy


FALLING YOU creates moving, emotive music that is best served when the moon is high, the atmosphere is serene, and the lights are out. Arranged by composer, John Michael Zorko, FALLING YOU enlists the haunting vocals of Dru Allen (THIS ASCENSION), Aimee Page, Jennifer McPeak, Sara Ayers, Krista Tortora (FULL BLOWN KIRK), Victoria Lloyd (CLAIRE VOYANT), Erica Mulkey (UNWOMAN), Suzanne Perry (LOVE SPIRALS DOWNWARDS) and others. Mixing dark ambient soundscapes with subtle electronica, and some of the most beautiful ethereal female vocals around, FALLING YOU speaks a melancholy, yet hopeful language that permeates the soul of the listener.

Zorko's musical efforts have been realized in two previous albums and a variety of contributions to documentaries, performance art collaborations, and independent films.