When Carolyn released her first album in 1992 the format was cassette tape and we sold them by carrying around a rucksack of music and hopeful anticipation to shops and festivals. The album flew out further than we expected which, together with her early paintings, formed a foundation on which to build a subsequent broad body of work that describes, honours and extends the boundaries of women’s spiritual traditions and understandings. These songs are created often with drums, sometimes with simple instrumentation, always a strong blend of tender threads and complex weavings, soft undulations and powerful rhythms, a lone woman’s voice or a chorus of harmonies. Some songs carry you towards initations or inner pilgrimages. Some chants have become classic elements in women’s rituals, circle dances and moon gatherings around the world. These are songs with which to dream, dance and drum.