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Notes of Being

by Spiral Dance

As powerful as any equinox, as reinvigorating as any inspired ritual - Spiral Dance offers up rich vocals, delicate melodies and rousing jams. Pagan/Celtic folk-rock to rattle your ancestors.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Journey
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2. Black Annis / Jardin De Lumiere
5:37 $1.99
3. The Dewy Dells of Yarrow
3:58 $1.99
4. Boys of Bedlam
4:08 $1.99
5. Hill of Avalon
5:51 $1.99
6. Marie Celeste / Devil's Stone
5:59 $1.99
7. Farewell Alexandria
4:40 $1.99
8. Moon and a Tinderbox
5:30 $1.99
9. Gartan Mother's Lullaby
2:16 $1.99
10. Ninth Wave / Over Nine Waves
4:10 $1.99
11. Earth Wassail
3:12 $1.99
12. The Rape of Maude Bowen
3:54 $1.99
13. Spiral Horn / Sanctuary
5:57 $1.99
14. Funky Faerie
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Album Notes
Multi-award winning group Spiral Dance, based in Adelaide, has been playing exciting, high-energy music to enthusiastic audiences throughout Australia and beyond for two decades. With a combination of haunting vocals, evocative fiddle, intoxicating guitar riffs and groovy accordion lines, underpinned with potent bass and dynamic percussion, the band presents an eclectic blend of traditional folk-rock with powerful self-penned songs and tunes. Rousing melodies intertwine with mythical tales that will spirit you into the realms of magick and the mists of ancient time - music that will rock your ancestors!

Spiral Dance returned to the studio in 2002 to record their fourth album, using material that they had been playing live for over a year. The result was “Notes of Being”, the title based on a Pythagorean concept that all objects in the universe pulse to form a perfect celestial harmony. The CD launch was held in October 2002, on the tenth anniversary of the bands first ever concert.



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