Mia and Jonah | The Golden Ass

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The Golden Ass

by Mia and Jonah

"The Golden Ass" weaves an ancient tale with the real-life experience. Mia and Jonah inhabit character's lives to reveal emotional truths, both intimate and epic.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Overture
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2. Peaches
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3. Fly This Cage
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4. They Met
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5. Beautiful Secret
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6. Change
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7. Rose I Need
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8. The Wind
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9. Move My Blood
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10. WInter
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11. Farmer Song
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12. Rolling
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13. Ocean
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14. The Rose
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is a new type of project for Mia and Jonah in that its an adaptation of an ancient novel. "The Golden Ass" was originally written by Apuleius in the 11th century. Apuleius's work is a satire of "The Odyssey" wherein the protagonist is transformed into a donkey and wanders for a year, in search of the rose he needs transform himself back to a man. Mia and Jonah's version of the story salvages the female characters in the story, weaving a tale of both love and spiritual transformation.


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