RÁDIO ETIÓPIA - TIME OF SILENCE & GAG

2013-02-15 11:03:28 UTC

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黒百合姉妹 [ Kuroyuri Shimai ] is a japanese ethereal duo consisting of LISA and JURI. Some of their songs are featured in Angel Sanctuary’s drama CDs. They’re under the SIBYLLA label. They have also released albums under the name of their respective members, Juri and Lisa. Some have described their music as ” the Japanese Dead Can Dance ” and comparisons to the beauty of Lisa Gerrard’s solo music are applicable, but the Black Lily Sisters transcend this limiting description by creating songs that meld eastern and western traditions perfectly to create something entirely new.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- < < < < [ NICELY DONE [ RE TEAM ]. GUYS... BY ALL MEANS. DO NOT SKIP THIS ENTRY ]. > > > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RELATED ARTISTS... [ Hu Zi & Wang Juan ] [ Kuroyuri Shimai ] [ KTU ] [ John Zorn ] [ Tonbruket ] [ Johann Johannsson ] [ Jon Hopkins ] [ Kronos Quartet ] [ Three Month Sunset ] [ Thomas Feiner & Anywhen ] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- < < < < < < < [ Stream Listen " or " Direct Download " BE SURE TO HAVE A GO ]. > > > > > > > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RE Artist - RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] Album - TIME OF SILENCE & GAG [ * * * * * ] X 100 Release Date - 2013 Genre - Ambient, Classical, Experimental, Post-rock, Contemporary-classic, Dark-ambient [ SIMPLY EPIC ] Tracklist 01. Hu Zi & Wang Juan - 我聽王娟唱歌時是這樣想的(大提琴 solo) (0.00:06) 02. Kuroyuri Shimai – Spica (0.01:01) 03. KTU – Womb (0.02:27) 04. KRAPP – Artefact (0.05:56) 05. John Zorn – Kiev III (0.08:40) 06. José Mário Branco – Tenho dó das estrelas (0.13:05) 07. Tonbruket – Decent life (0.15:18) 08. (Johann Johannsson – How he left Fordlandia + Ruy Belo - Fala de um homem afogado ao largo da Senhora da Guia no dia 31 de Agosto de 1971) (0.19:06) 09. Tor Lundvall – Sleeping (0.32:51) 10. (Jon Hopkins – The low places + Mário Cesariny – Discurso do Príncipe de Epaminondas, mancebo de grande futuro) (0.36:19) 11. Thomas Feiner & Anywhen – Betty Caine (0.42:36) 12. KRAPP - La porte (0.46:06) 13. Jon Hopkins – Small memory (0.49:30) 14. Kryptic Minds – Something to nothing (0.50:59) 15. Kronos Quartet – Romance nº1 (0.52:52) 16. Animal Kingdom – Straw man (0.56:43) 17. Christina Vantzou – Generations of my fathers 18. Paon – Cruelty 19. (Three Month Sunset – I still have no name + António Ramos Rosa – Um mundo) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- STREAM LISTEN: RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] - TIME OF SILENCE & GAG DIRECT DOWNLOAD: RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] - TIME OF SILENCE & GAG --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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