Thomasa & The Bird tribe Orchestra | Red Ruby Palace

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Folk: Modern Folk Classical: New Age Moods: Type: Vocal
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Red Ruby Palace

by Thomasa & The Bird tribe Orchestra

A classical/folk style that brings together a classical refinement with folk instrumentation, impulse, and inspiration.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Prelude/Dance of the Faeries
3:41 album only
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2. Bonny Boy
4:55 album only
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3. The Salley Gardens
3:50 album only
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4. Pacific Waves
4:26 album only
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5. Red Ruby Palace
6:03 album only
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6. Amazing Grace/Ave Verum
2:59 album only
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7. Deep River
3:53 album only
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8. Ave Verum
2:49 album only
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9. Who Knows Where The Time Goes
5:50 album only
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10. Red Ruby Palace Revisited
8:33 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Red Ruby Palace is an exalted state of mind. Thomasa & The Bird Tribe Orchestra open the gates....Judy Collins meets Pentangle meets The Chieftains meets The Robert Shaw Chorale meets Loreena McKennitt. This CD mixes the Homespun with the Highbrow, the Folk with the Baroque.
Are you in a meditative mood? Are you in a painting frame of mind? Are you recovering from an illness or a breakup? Do you need to detoxify? If you are moved by the Celtic and the Classical, if you love the cello, if your creative fires need stoking, if you need amazing grace, you will want this CD.
This recording was inspired by an image from a poem by Chogyam Trungpa, the late Tibetan meditation master, who describes " a warrior without a sword, riding on a rainbow".

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