Ballycotton | Jenseits vom Ende der Zeit

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Jenseits vom Ende der Zeit

by Ballycotton

Fantasy Folk. Instrumental compositions and sophisticated arrangements take the listener on the fantastical journey which immerses him into a world of legends and myths, pictures of an unforeseen world appear.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Spiel mich (Tag und Nacht)
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2. Metamorphose
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3. Wetterleuchten
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4. Nebelstreif
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5. Hinterwelt
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6. Die Reise
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7. Morgens
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8. Cuba Libre
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9. Begegnung im Horizont
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10. Traumtänzer
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11. Jenseits vom Ende der Zeit – Leben
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12. Jenseits vom Ende der Zeit – Sehnsuche
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13. Jenseits vom Ende der Zeit – Schlussakkord
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The band successfully merges the musical styles from different cultures, letting them develop into something special, something completely new that is Ballycotton.
Enjoy guitars, violin, accordion, percussions, bass and overtone singing.


‘Sheet lightning illuminates the horizon. Bright red leaves crackle in the bonfire. A wisp of fog floats over the valleys and mountains … Images like these are captured by the spiritual eye when listening to Jenseits vom Ende der Zeit. The new album by the successful Austrian fantasy folk group Ballycotton is just waiting to be heard. With the 13 treasures that the innovative quintet pulled from the fires of creativity, the musicians have once again proven that they belong to the crème de la crème of the Austrian folk music scene. And also that the wait was well worth it for the exceptionally gifted instrumentalists’ steadily growing, loyal audience: The album takes Ballycotton’s music to a new level and unites quick, guitar-oriented folk hits with groovy gypsy rhythms; dreamy violin sounds with soulful accordion passages, and earthy percussion with exotic overtone singing. And above it all, there’s a magic that transports the listener to broad musical horizons …’
(Mario Kern, journalist, poet)

Musicians and instruments:
Christina Gaismeier – violin
Alex König – guitar, bouzouki, mandoline
Peter Beinhofer – accordion, voice
Robert Polsterer – guitar, e-bass, voice, overtone singing
Harald G. Binder – percussion

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cherie ticknor

Ballycotton
I get so "pumped up" when I listen to this music. Sure is a great "toe tapping" album. I am so happy to have it. I just wish the band would visit the U.S. so I could see them in person.
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Serge Kozlovsky / http://sergekozlovsky.com

Writings by Serge Kozlovsky
This dreamlike folk fascinates from the first seconds. You easily find yourself in an ancient land which is not spoiled by modern civilization. You can see sincere people which are not accustomed to lies and pretending. And you feel joy to be in this realm and to see its enchanting beauty. You want to stay with these ordinary people who know how to be friends and really support each other. Suddenly you realize that you came home and you don’t want to leave it any more.

The music from the Austrian band Ballycotton cannot be named as Irish folk because the artists blend many styles in their flashing performing. They speak a very simple and laconic language and at the same time their music is very diverse. And it has one more important feature. The music of the album “Jenseits vom Ende der Zeit” is very vivid. It can make you feel delight and like dancing.

The artists build their own building which absorb better examples of various culture traditions. They put a part of each band member’s heart into their music. I am sure the music of album “Jenseits vom Ende der Zeit” will not leave you indifferent.

Serge Kozlovsky
http://sergekozlovsky.com
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