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Soil Festivities

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Vangelis 9/1984

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Soil Festivities dates from 1984, before Vangelis was working with orchestras. Some would say that it was before he "sold out" or when he was a "real musician," but those opinions are totally subjective. It is certain that this is a different kind of work. The album features five movements, each a self-contained soundscape. Vangelis surrounds a subtle drone with heavy sequences and dense atmospheres. He uses a symphonic synth to create pastoral textures. This is a very accessible album. It will appeal to fans of Constance Demby, Wendy Carlos, Victor Cerullo, and Yanni. ~ Jim Brenholts
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Soil Festivities, Movement 1 Vangelis 17:30
  3. 2 Soil Festivities, Movement 2 Vangelis 6:15
  4. 3 Soil Festivities, Movement 3 Vangelis 6:2
  5. 4 Soil Festivities, Movement 4 Vangelis 9:50
  6. 5 Soil Festivities, Movement 5 Vangelis 7:17

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