Graham Philip d'Ancey | Alluma Revisited

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Alluma Revisited

by Graham Philip d'Ancey

Short run, Limited edition CD. Fusion of ethnic arabic, Islamic, progressive, minimalist, classical, world.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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1. Beginning of the Days
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2. False Prophet
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3. The Summoning
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4. Wilderness the Lost City
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5. Prance of the Goat Foot God
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6. Eyes of the Universe
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7. Awakening
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8. Garden of Tears
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9. Lama Sabachthani
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10. Through the Glass Darkly
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11. A Path of Sorrows
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Album Notes
"Alluma" was a vinyl only limited release in 1983 and I have been asked many times for this album. Unfortunately the master tapes have been lost, they no longer exist. In essence, synths were used for the main melodic lines augmented with electric, acoustic guitars etc.
Having experimented, eg; "Winged horse of Persia", with the instrumentation/arrangement of the compositions, to be faithful to the original concept and to further enhance it without using synths:-
I began to work on "Alluma revisited".
Interestingly "A Path of Sorrows" was the intended final track on the original album. Ultimately it was not included simply because - the synths just did not have the depth of soul or expression for the composition - it did not work. "The Seers of Arcadia" was used as a footnote instead.
"Alluma revisited" is a completely new recording/arrangement, and with the inclusion of "A Path of Sorrows" is now "Alluma" as I intended it to be.


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