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Years later, and I still love it!

I discovered this album quite a long time ago, but I only liked the first track "Overture" - I never really heard the rest of the album. For a while, the album dissapeared from my mind, until I went to see the latest Tutankhamun exhibit in PA. Near the exhibit was a smaller exhibit at the University. In the University's museum shop, I was looking around and suddenly froze in shock. Sitting right in front of me, on a rack, was this CD. "Overture" flew back into my mind, and I purchased the CD right away. It made for a great ride home. Now I love the whole thing. Here's an idea of each track: Overture: A grand opening to a grand album. It shifts quite often, but as soon as it begins, I personally find myself standing in the halls of a long-forgotten Egyptian palace. I had this track on repeat for hours when I went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and it REALLY helped boost the already incredible experience that is the museum. The Oracle: A haunting, slow track that gets a slight beat towards the end. Desert Dance: A very, very fun track that makes you want to, well, dance! Luxor: A very slow track that doesn't really go anywhere. It ends with a really quick, sudden fade-out. Isis: A beautiful beginning that puts you in a dream-world turns into an addictive beat. Marvelous track. Memphis City of Kings: A very powerful track that has a sense of ancient pride to it. It leads DIRECTLY into Palace of Ra, so if you put one on a playlist, put the other on so you don't have an abrupt beginning (Ra) or end (Memphis). Palace of Ra: A very strange track that gets rid of Memphis' pride. It has a modern beat in the background that throws the entire album's ancient feel off. Prayer: A beautiful, slow piece that is VERY easily to relax to. North African Market: By far, the most unique track of the album. There are occasional sounds of crowds and other sound effects, as if at an ancient market. There is also a haunting, small choir over the track's beat that gives the track a very mixed feel - serious with the choir, but fun with the beat and sounds. There is also a somewhat chilling child singing in some parts. I don't know why it's chilling, it just is to me. Oasis: Another track that makes you want to dance. Very fun! Requiem: The first half is VERY, VERY beautiful - well, the whole track is, but the first half especially. It's not the kind of grand finale you'd expect. In fact, it ends without you even really noticing it. A nice end to a brilliant album. This album is great for anyone who likes world music, ancient Egypt, or just a different kind of music in general.


thank you for enlightening my spirit with this ba utiful music. the pictures that form in my head when i listen to this are absolutely amazing. its great when music can spur you on .thanx again

Stunning...It Swept me away

The title of this review basically sums it up. Its Album is magnificent!

Eternal Egypt - Musical Influences of Ancient Times, Grayson Wells
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