The Writing On My Fathers Hand - Dead Can Dance - The Serpents Egg

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  1. Largely recorded inside the 13th-floor flat that Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry shared in the bleak London neighborhood called Isle of Dogs, The Serpent’s Egg feels at once like an affirmation of the eternal life cycle of Earth, and also a omen of its destruction. The leadoff song, “The Host of Seraphim,” became one of Dead Can Dance’s signature works, and it's been used in dozens of.
  2. Dec 22,  · DEAD CAN DANCE The Serpents Egg ( issue UK track digitally remastered [by the Mobile Fidelity Sound Laboratory] CD album - Originally released in The Serpents Egg was the last produced during the time of Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrards amorous relationship with most of the album recorded in a multi-story apartment block in the Isle of Dogs area of London.).
  3. The Writing On My Father's Hand: 5: In The Kingdom Of The Blind The One-Eyed Are Kings: 6: Chant Of The Paladin: 7: Song Of Sophia: 8: Echolalia: 9: Mother Tongue: Ullyses3/5(3).
  4. Sep 24,  · I do know that nothing in the name - not "neoclassical" and not "dark" - indicates much about how Dead Can Dance sound. What they sound like is like a Hollywood movie's idea of world music only I suspect that this Hollywood idea of world music very much comes from people in Hollywood listening to Dead Can Dance/5(53).
  5. After that, Dead Can Dance have seemed to drift off to other realms and cultures. I find that "The Serpent's Egg" has a deep element of fear and sorrow. A serious maturity! Lisa Gerrard and Brendan are at their most developed musically and lyrically. I am in love with "The Writing on my Father's Hand"/5(23).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Serpent's Egg on Discogs/5(2).

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