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Fammerée & Eurydice

Richard Fammerée

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To rekindle fantasies and faith, the exotic--and often erotic--delight in this CD

Eloquent, vulnerable. Visceral. In a word, poetry. Fammerée & Eurydice is a record of the mythic journey of a living troubadour and an idyll of quixotic, atavic love. Poet and musician Richard Fammerée left home at eighteen with fewer dollars. Beginning before the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, he crossed Europe on foot, often inscribing impressions onto the face of his guitar, intuitively following ancient crusade routes and footpaths of pilgrims, culminating upon Mt. Sinai. Listen for evidence of faerie rings, trysting stones, Goddess temples, gardens of Gethsemane, marble theatres and medieval palisades in the west of Ireland, south of France, the mountains of Crete and Morocco, the plains of Turkey, deserts of Jordan and Egypt, and verdant islands of the Pacific. Fammerée is passionate as a renaissance philosopher, daring as the troubadours, profound as his faith in life. He elicits the complex purity of myth and metamorphosis. To experience the exotic--and often erotic--adventures of love and love lost, self and self found, to rekindle fantasies and faith, delight in this CD, this seminal recording, this transcendence. Genres: alternative/progressive/lyrical/spoken word/emo/experimental/world fusion

Fammerée & Eurydice, Richard Fammerée
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