When it comes to movies, the score for Sedona is different. Listening to it, you will hear the red rocks speaking to you. It includes sounds and music specific to Sedona by amazing local musicians and vocalists, recorded both in the studio and out in nature - sacred places like ancient caves and old Sinagua dwellings. A plethora of distinct sounds make up the incomparable score, from numerous unusual drumming instruments, singing bowls and didgeridoos to captivating traditional vocals provided by the Lakota and Yavapai-Apache Indian tribes. Award-winning composer Ebony Tay has crafted a wonderful, eclectic musical atmosphere for this indie movie called 'Sedona', this charming inspirational quirky feel-good magical mystical adventure about finding miracles.
HATE CRIME ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK
The Hate Crime Soundtrack features 20 tracks by the multi-talented singer, songwriter, composer, and film producer Ebony Tay. In 2005, Tay hit the Top 20 of Billboard’s "Hot Dance Club Party Chart" with New York DJ Mike Cruz’s explosive remix of "Jesus By 45," the unforgettable and controversial end theme to director Tommy Stovall’s critically acclaimed, award winning independent film Hate Crime. Understating their praise, Top Billboard DJs began describing her voice as "the soul machine," and saying "the lady is in the mix." Others have compared her to gospel legend Mahalia Jackson.