Brian Michael Tracy | The Mystical Prism of Being

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The Mystical Prism of Being

by Brian Michael Tracy

Rock Poetry - Poetry Like You Have Never Hear It Before!
Genre: New Age: Spiritual
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Virgin Birth (feat. Andy Hill, Renee Safier & Marty Rifkin)
13:06 $2.99
2. Our Last Supper (feat. Marty Rifkin, Renee Safier & Andy Hill)
14:30 $2.99
3. Ascension (feat. Andy Hill, Renee Safier & Marty Rifkin)
17:04 $2.99
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Album Notes
Poet Brian Michael Tracy is excited to release his next work, The Mystical Prism of Being, a fifteen poem chapbook and accompanying CD where he worked with a group of extremely talented musicians to produce a beautiful album that illustrates the classic cycle of birth, death and rebirth. Produced by longtime Bruce Springsteen collaborator Marty Rifkin, Tracy is joined by noted Los Angeles musicians Andy Hill (Title Trackers, Hard Rain), and Renee Safier (Andy & Renee, Hard Rain), and up and comer Edoardo Tancredi on drums.

With three thirteen to seventeen minute tracks “A Virgin Birth,” “Our Last Supper,” and “Ascension,” the album is appropriately set for release on Good Friday, March 25. The Mystical Prism of Being juxtaposes Brian’s poems with a variety of beloved songs including The Beatles’ “Across the Universe,” Sting’s “Sister Moon,” Van Morrison’s “Inarticulate Speech of the Heart,” Leonard Cohen’s “Alexandra Leaving,” Robbie Robertson’s “Fallen Angel,” Bob Dylan’s “Every Grain of Sand,” and more. The Grateful Dead’s “Brokedown Palace” also appears and profoundly influenced the project’s graphics. It is a continuous braiding of poem and song resulting in poetry like you have never heard it before.

Brian is the author of three books of poetry Driving With Dante (Conflux Press 2007), The Distance Between Shores (Conflux Press 2009), and Opaque Traveler: A Dream Sequence in Verse (Tebot Bach 2012). He has also released two critically acclaimed CD’s of music and poetry,Midnight Tea (2007) and Blackbird Ballads (2009).



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