The Palace of Yin was released in 2000 as Stella Wassermann’s first solo album. By that time Stella had become a teacher of Oriental Dance and of course this was reflected in her music. It’s a beautiful album (see the listener comments below), a mix between melodic chillout and middle eastern rhythms. Produced by PJ Wassermann.
Chillout / Oriental / Electronic / New Age. We called this music Belly Trance.
1 Secret Place
2 El Taleb
3 The Palace of Yin
4 Shiny Lips
5 Kiss of an Angel
6 Liquid Dreams
9 Pleasure Garden
Some feedback from listeners
“I was listening to ‘El Taleb’ and I really enjoyed that song A LOT! Really great stuff you got there. Groovy and mystic bliss from the orient. Smooth and beutiful vocals too. Great music indeed. I give you an ‘A’ in production… it can’t get any better!
“I just wanted to let you know that I absolutely love your music especially ‘Secret Place’. Your music is so inspiring that all I have to do is put it on and close my eyes and I can see a whole in my mind. Thank You for being so creative and offering your music to the world. – Chanda by email
“I discovered your beautiful music just a week ago in the “Nirvana Lounge 3″ collection, I immediately opened my radioshow with it and I have to say it sounds simply divine !!!” – Zoar from „glz-radio”, Israel
“I received your CD yesterday, thanks. It is such great music. Will you release any new ones soon?” (Viva Foy, Oklahoma)
“Your CD is superb – congratulations!” (Yvonne and Pier Haenni by e-mail)
“The “Palace of Yin”-CD is fantastic. Big Compliments.” (Sybille, oriental dancer, Switzerland)
“I believe you are the role model for 21st century sex-symbols. You have a maturity, kindness and intelligence
which is sorely needed.” (Frederick Serafim by e-mail)
“Your CDs “The Palace of Yin” and “L’AME DE LA LUNE” are just so wonderful. Beautiful melodies. (Steve Joseph Correa at cdbaby.com)