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Ghost of a Living Twilight
  • Artist: MagellanMusic
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479888120
  • Item #: SRD988812
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 7/10/2001
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Ghost of a Living Twilight on CD

'Ghost of a Living Twilight' is set outdoors. Sound effects sprinkled throughout the CD give the impression that you are sitting by a crackling fire, near a lake, watching a gorgeous Sunset. The experience of Twilight is a special time that captures the majesty and mystery of Nature. It has invoked the imagination for endless millennia, yet is still as haunting and inspiring as when first seen. 'Ghost of a Living Twilight' could be a soundtrack for such a moment. Each of the 13 tracks are distinctively flowing, ethereal in sound and feel. It reflects the spatial freedom of open thought. Lyrically, MagellanMusic explores various subjects in an almost philosophical manner. There is no angst, just a search for answers and the understanding of things we all deal with at one time or another. 'Ghost of a Living Twilight' clocks in at 60:52, features 8 lyrical songs, 5 instrumentals, and 2 cover songs (by Klaatu), all expressed in different genres. It's musically intriguing, lyrically enchanting, all within Progressive Rock bordering on New Age. It is a tribute to the wonders of Nature, to those who respect and nurture it's fragility, and to those who live and let live it's myriad inhabitants.