Patrick Hadley | EgyptiCat

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by Patrick Hadley

Instrumental music played on the array Mbira.
Genre: World: African
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1. EgyptiCat (On the Prowl)
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3:58 album only
2. House of Seven Cats
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2:38 album only
3. My Sphinx
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2:16 album only
4. Nubian Encounter
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3:45 album only
5. Nile Crossing
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2:33 album only
6. Bastet, Sweet Bastet
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3:54 album only
7. Her Ra
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4:24 album only
8. Pharaoh's Evening
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3:06 album only
9. Peer Amid the Ruins
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2:34 album only
10. I've Been Here Before
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9:36 album only
11. Nine Lives
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4:31 album only
12. Feral Feline
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Album Notes
A new dawn of musical presentation correlates African Mbira sounds with the soul of Egypt, symbolized by the ancient venerable cat. The array Mbira produces very old sounds spanning five octaves with one stroke of Patrick Hadley's finger. The unique timbre along with Weinberger's system of arrangement creates a totally unique and magical listening environment. The cut "EgyptiCat-On The Prowl" springs into the heart and soul as the listener experiences the mystical effects of music within music. The tonality range and collages create a state of peaceful meditation while experiencing a spiritual odyssey. Learn more about the artist and his music by going to the Patrick Hadley website!


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Daniel Venzon

These instruments are awesome and embody the soul of Africa. Patrick effortlessly teases the Mbira to realease exhuberant, and soothing melodies, to please your own soul.