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Aion - Dead CAN dance download album

  • Performer: Aion
  • Title: Dead CAN dance
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Aion - Dead CAN dance download album

Aion is the fifth studio album by Dead Can Dance, released on 11 June 1990 by 4AD. The first album Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry wrote after the end of their romantic partnership, it was recorded at Perry's new estate, Quivvy Church in Ireland, and at Woodbine Street Recording Studios in Leamington Spa. The male soprano David Navarro Sust contributed vocals to tracks 1 and . .

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Its cover taken from Bosch, Aion's medievalism was worn more openly than ever before, with songs adapted from centuries-old material. The beautiful, entrancing "Saltarello," with lead performance by what sounds like an old wind instrument, comes from an Italian dance of the 14th century, while the mysterious moods of "The Song of the Sibyl" derive from 16th-century Catalonia.

Aion is the fifth studio album by Dead Can Dance. The first album Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry wrote after the end of their romantic partnership, it was recorded at Perry's new estate, Quivvy Church in Ireland. The male soprano David Navarro Sust contributes vocals to the first track. The album cover shows a detail from the Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch's triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights (specifically, its central "Earth" panel).

Aion is the fifth studio album by Dead Can Dance, released in 1990. The male soprano David Navarro Sust contributed vocals to tracks 1 and 7. Lisa Gerrard - vocals, instrumentation, production. Brendan Perry - vocals, instrumentation, production, design.

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Reaching back further and further until eventually hitting the Renaissance, they settled around there as the basis for the music of this album. A surprising success, given the very differen. Reaching back further and further until eventually hitting the Renaissance, they settled around there as the basis for the music of this album. You know, I must say that I'm disappointed in some people here. Given the musical diversity and penchant for obscure brilliance that I've recognized in so many of you I was somewhat shocked to find that there was not even a band page made for Dead Can Dance.



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