Spriggan Mist | Soul Retriever

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Soul Retriever

by Spriggan Mist

Pagan Rock Music..
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Soul Retriever
6:18 $2.44
2. Life's Ride
3:14 $2.44
3. Shaking a Deadman's Hand
5:00 $2.44
4. Gypsy Witch
4:32 $2.44
5. Selina
4:44 $2.44
6. Don't Look Back
5:08 $2.44
7. Kultural Karma
4:12 $2.44
8. Electric Life
4:42 $2.44
9. Ostara
4:55 $2.44
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Album Notes
Soul Retriever is the latest C.D from Folk Rock band Spriggan Mist... A group of accomplished musicians backing up the crystal clear voice of Max and the deep warm Earthy vocals of Baz as they mingle beautifully to take us on an ethereal journey.
From beginning to end this C.D. brings to life a world of traditions and magic which is often dark and sinister.... It is all that is familiar to us but which nonetheless stirs something within us that is not only less familiar but can at times take you beyond the constraints of this world.
Soul Retriever is an intriguing mixture of love, death and something in between.
On this C.D. Spriggan Mist remind us that the veils between the physical word and the other realms can at times be blurred, and all boundaries can be crossed.
All of the songs on Soul Retriever are original having been written by either Max or Baz Cilia with ‘Shaking a Dead Mans Hand’ having been written by Mark Vine (Dorset Historian, lyricist and author of the Crabchurch Conspiracy).
Their unique blend of Pagan folk and modern music brings our tribal ancestry kicking and screaming into the twenty first century.
Dianne Narraway-editor of the Dolmen Grove Magazine



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