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Friday, June 01, 2007

Synanthesia - Synanthesia (1969)


A highly eclectic album by a folky Scottish trio, this effort ostensibly draws upon sources from Greek and Roman mythology and history, as titles like Minerva, Morpheus, Vesta, and Mnemoysne readily testify. The music is very gentle, with mostly flute, vibraphone and guitar accompanying the melodies. Again, this has nothing to do with "acid folk", but stands well on its own as a mildly unusual and pleasant collection of songs. Stand-out track: the Fresh Maggots soundalike Fates, with brilliant wind instruments.

Most Unusual Blend of Instruments Are Featured Here by this Mellow Scottish Trio Including Vibraphone and Flute as Well as Guitars, Oboe and Mandolin. Recorded in 1969, it is a Highly Eclectic Album and Draws Upon Greek Mythology for Inspiration and Direction. Quite Beautiful and So, So Timeless.
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(info from CGR)
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01. Minerva - 4.15
02. Peek Strangely And Worried Evening - 2.47
03. Morpheus - 5.51
04. Trafalgar Square - 3.02
05. Fates - 2.01
06. Tale Fo The Spider Adn The Fly - 5.58
07. Vesta - 4.45
08. Rolling And Tumbling - 3.14
09. Mnemosyne - 5.20
10. Aurora - 3.51
11. Just As The Curtain Finally Falls - 5.01
12. Shifting Sands (Bonus Track) - 3.12
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Size: 92.3 Mb
Bitrate: 256 mp3
Artwork Included

6 Comments:

At 12:52 AM, Blogger ChrisGoesRock said...

This album is very good. I play it often.

//ChrisGoesRock

 
At 8:54 PM, Blogger dadfred said...

Thanks for the share bro! This and Fraction are both very good listenable albums.

 
At 4:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am surprised because of the quality of this album.Didn't know the band.Please don't post in MEGAUPLOAD,
never have I been able to download free from them.They say the slots are always busy.Pedro from Argentina

 
At 11:57 PM, Anonymous arbor said...

THANKS FOR THIS

 
At 1:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for this album, I had been looking for this album for some time.

 
At 9:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Links dead....

 

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