Irene Papas & Vangelis Papathanassiou
Polydor (Greece) 1986
829413-1 (LP) spread-leaf jacket
sleeve : EX(corner rubbing)
media : EX/EX(a slight dust noise)
Greek female trad singer Irene Papas and Greece's leading composer/synthesizer player Vangelis Papathanassiou collaborated again in 1986, seven years after the release of their classic album "Odes" in 1979. In the previous album, Vangelis Papathanassiou developed a meditative style that fused spiritual synthesizer music, which reflected the orientation of his solo works in the 1970s, with folk music from Mediterranean countries. Irene Papas's vocals are still intact, further enhancing the serene atmosphere. Irene Papas' vocals are still intact, further enhancing the serene atmosphere of the album. The final track B3 is particularly recommended, with its beautiful and mysterious three-dimensional synthesizer drones and Irene Papas' poetry reading, and its unique floating feeling that is similar to that of her fellow female experimentalist Lena Platonos. Original Greek edition.