Post by andrewwerdna on Jan 14, 2017 6:43:53 GMT -5
I highly recommend the album "Troubadour Songs And Medieval Lyrics." This track isn't from that album, but it's a different recording of one of the songs from there. Anyways, the version of the track on the album is even better than this one imo, and every other song is incredible as well.
Post by Profoundemonium on Jan 14, 2017 22:29:13 GMT -5
More people need to know about "Fata-Organa" by László Hortobágyi. It's an amazing album of medieval-sounding organ compositions which I think fans of dungeon synth will surely enjoy. As quoted from the booket: "...the common root of kvltures, which spans over time and space, is nothing but the age old essence of human misery..."
Pat Metheney Group - Follow Me (album: Imaginary Day from 1997)
I'm not particularly knowledgeable when it comes to Jazz or Jazzfusion, but years ago I leared about Pat Metheney through my sister who's a big fan of him. This was as far as I can remember the first song I heard from this group, which was founded by Metheney and Lyle Mays, two very highly respected Jazz musicians. Very relaxing song this one...
"Through our will we bring fear. Left to burn beneath the sun. We are one. When daylight forms blinding walls where do we go? Days arid are scorching all. When daylight forms blinding walls where do we go? The darkness calls."