Magicfolk | Tales of Power

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Tales of Power

by Magicfolk

"A dazzling album" (Folkwords) Introspective acoustic moments interspersed with prog-rock, folk, and psychedelia, hypnotic rhythms with shamanistic imagery, Elven dance, dragons and Gaelic lyrics weaving a world of magic.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Call Time
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2. Nagual
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3. The Faery Ring
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4. Lion Tamer
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5. Desert Song
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6. Into the Blue
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7. Dragonspell
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8. Wiccan Dance
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9. Death and the Maiden
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10. Winged Bull
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11. Dweller
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"A guaranteed way to drive enchanting light into the dark, murky recesses of January (or any other month for that matter) and that’s Tales of Power from Magicfolk. And the seemingly interminable passage of time between this and their eponymous first album was well worth the wait. Just as deeply bathed in mystery, pagan mythology and a blend of legends; equally dreamlike and ethereal but offering a more expansive sound with a stronger, rockier delivery - this is a dazzling album." (Folkwords)


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