LOS ANGELES, Jan. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Peruquois, arguably the world's most versatile singer, known for her incredible vocal and deep feminine wisdom as Voice of the Mother Earth, has released a new music video "Mighty Man." The video is for the song from her most recent CD, The Original Essence, recorded in Boulder, CO with three-time Grammy winner Tom Wasinger. (Check out the video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mq2yqUmADTM)
Few women ever challenged men as tough as popular world music/new age singer Peruquois did in her latest music video "Mighty Man." In the video, Peruquois takes a role of storyteller on behalf of Mother Earth with a sense of eternal wit and a note of sad irony. She challenges men on a pursuit of the ethereal riches of the "American dream," the coveted Forbes 500 list, to face their true nature, their original essence. To wake up to the fact that only through union with the feminine principle can life be abundant and truly rich. In a very sensual and touching way, Peruquois invites men to come into their true manhood, stand for what it is to be a "Man" and abandon the fruitless drivers of modern age: greed and fear.
The powerful music production of the song has been reinforced with a punching stream of visuals. "The video makes me want to curl up in a ball and cry," confesses Tom Wasinger. Movie score composer and multi-platinum music producer Craig Pruess adds to Tom's perception: "I was totally taken. It's what this world needs to hear, and yes, men need to wake up, they are sucking the world dry... and shadows of men are everywhere, while their ladies weep..."
"If man only realized how loved he is by her, he would stop conquering and surviving and finally start living. That kind of man I'd love to see," wraps up Peruquois.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mq2yqUmADTM - Mighty Man music video is available on YouTube. More information about The Original Essence CD, including touching video trailer at Peruquois website http://www.peruquois.ru/music/releases/?releaseId=9
Peruquois, whose voice has been praised by Chuck Taylor Billboard's music critique as "mystical, other-worldly, wickedly passionate… and utterly unique" is one of the most authentic singers of modern age. She graduated from Australian Academy of Arts as a jazz vocalist and after the successful start of her music career, left the jazz world as one of pure entertainment, met a Native American medicine man and moved to New Mexico (USA) where she was his apprentice and wife for 11 years. Peruquois' unmatched vocal talent allowed her later to incorporate into her music multiple styles and genres from pop and soul to Indian classical and Native American. Peruquois is also a solid punchline lyricist, gifted composer and versatile musician (she plays keyboards, piano, Native American flute, Native American drum and Indian swarmandel). Her discography comprises of nine CDs.
Peruquois official website: www.peruquois.com