Kell | The Last Taboo

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The Last Taboo

by Kell

Those are timeless songs of magick which combine myth and the voice of the troubadour-poet, who could be singing now or forever, here or everywhere.
Genre: New Age: Spiritual
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1. Higher Dionysus
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2. The Olden Ones
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3. Dona Dolorosa
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4. Noel
5:35 $0.99
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5. Malibu Confidential
6:09 $0.99
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6. The Last Taboo
6:21 $0.99
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7. Leave the Usa
5:27 $0.99
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8. Stronger Than the River (Of Forgetting)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
We sprout wings, lovers, in defiance of the inevitable. We fly, weave dreamy nets over the abyss, all along knowing, but not speaking, the taboo that all is vanishing illusion and the human idea of separateness is the vacant heart of that illusion. We fly for our many selves, unborn, for ecstatic awareness everywhere. We blazing dancers on the empty air disappear knowing that this heroic planet which sings songs of tragic joy, impregnated by Venus and the Moon, will again fill with fragrant flowers of regenerative night. Lovers will moan as of old, maenads howl, girls with deep fertile pools for eyes settle yet again 'neath the downy mountains of their boys 'neath the beckoning owl and willows of the death goddess. In the flares of the sacred fire the gorgeous hallucination will once more swarm the void in a miraculous inviolate elsewhere seeded by we the dead. O, beloved Life! Thus we flower, taste all fruit, assign a billion meanings to the sumptuous cornucopia. -kell

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