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пʼятниця, 11 травня 2012 р.

Pop Poetry: "The moon shone mildly over the hills, prompting strange dreams in all creatures (a symbolic lucid poem, echoed by the night bird arriving from the faraway coast of chorals)" by Dolphins Into the Future


The 18 minutes of side A, up for streaming below, are loosely divided into three individual tracks: “The moon shone mildly over the hills, prompting strange dreams in all creatures (a symbolic lucid poem, echoed by the night bird arriving from the faraway coast of chorals)," "Olaf Stapledon’s Star Maker (here’s to you, dear Olaf!)," and a reprise of “The moon….”

The title of the first track basically says it all: after the oceanic sounds have decayed, we hear the slightly muffled and distant voice of a male singer. He interprets said poem for about six minutes, subtly supported by chimes and the occasional cries of tropical birds.



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