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8 thoughts to “ Beautiful Lie - Louisa John-Krol - Djinn (CD, Album) ”

  1. A Beautiful Lie differs notably from the band's self-titled debut album, both musically and reusanvingtacodecatsuderwfestbumbro.xyzinfos the eponymous concept album's lyrics focus on human struggle and astronomical themes, A Beautiful Lie ' s lyrics are "personal and less cerebral". It is the first to feature guitarist Tomo Miličević and the only one to feature bassist Matt Wachter, who left the band in
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  3. Louisa John-Krol is a pioneer of ethereal music, with internationally acclaimed albums inspired by mythology, literature and faerielore. (Ariel), or ‘Beautiful Lie’ (Djinn). A record executive’s advice, “drop the unicorns and mermaids”, encapsulated the Aussie industry’s prosaic attitude: the only way my songs found gigs was.
  4. Their second album, 's A Beautiful Lie -- whose title is uncomfortably close to Nine Inch Nails' "Terrible Lie" (and is most likely not borrowed from the Amazing Rhythm Aces' song of the same name, either) -- is a little tighter and more streamlined than their eponymous debut, but the basic angst-ridden rock remains the same.
  5. Selon une légende irlandaise, les yeux d'un chat sont une fenêtre vers un autre monde. Le temps d'un album, la conteuse australienne Louisa John-Krol abandonne ses fées, centaures, nymphes et autres sirènes, pour explorer l'univers merveilleux de ces créatures bien réelles, les félins. Chats, mais aussi lions, tigres, panthères, léopards, jaguars et lynx traversent furtivement, sur.
  6. Djinn - Canciones Cauldron of the Morning Blue Beyond the Sky I am the Djinn Temples of the Jaguar Beautiful Lie Fai Dulcinea Two Cats Return Pomegranate to the Underworld: Jinn Jinnee / Sardathrion Tree Yellow Leaves Chant of the Chimney Djinn Lu-Lu in the Hall of Dreaming Cats A Retinue of.
  7. Although as a whole very homogenous, the album moves gently from one atmosphere to another, the ethnic and deep ‘I am the Djinn’ rubbing shoulders – shimmering and catlike – with joyful pop of ‘Beautiful Lie’ or wild incantatory nursery rhyme ‘Chant of the Chimney Djinn’, to two titles, dreamy and filled with shadow (‘Aphelion’ and ‘Colours of Angels’), on which shanti chimes do wonders.

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