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Cosmic Matter

by Yeva

Unique blend of rock / folk / space music, otherwordly.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Star Child
2:53 $0.99
2. I'd Like to Fly On Titan
1:53 $0.99
3. Stellar Door
2:19 $0.99
4. Please Come Down
2:00 $0.99
5. Creators Are Coming
3:08 $0.99
6. Giordano Bruno
2:29 $0.99
7. Emerging
2:12 $0.99
8. Secret
3:54 $0.99
9. Silver Wheel Machine
3:00 $0.99
10. Searching for the U.F.O.s
3:41 $0.99
11. Ezekiel's Encounter
6:27 $0.99
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Album Notes
Behind "Cosmic Matter".
"Cosmic Matter" is a compilation of eleven songs from different years.Each song has a story and here they are.

To start with the first song, "Star Child" was written in 2004. We went to Roswell for the 60th anniversary of the UFO crash, for the commemoration of that event in July of 2007. It was an amazing trip, we met some great people there.One of the most memorable moments though was meeting the author and the Star Child skull keeper, the wonderful Lloyd Pye. When for the first time I glanced on the real Star Child's skull, I was so overwhelmed that I couldn't help myself and started singing a few lines from my song "Star Child", (kind of to myself) but the very noisy room became suddenly quiet and burst with applause when I finished. That was a nice surprise and judging by Lloyd's sunny smile, I think he appreciated it too. I gave him my CD "Space 11:11" and said, that when I record and release "Star Child", he will be the first person I'll send it to. Sadly Lloyd Pye died in 2014. With all the setbacks etc., I wasn't able to finish my "Cosmic Matter" until 2015. So... "Star Child" is for you Lloyd, whenever you might be.

The next song on the list is "I'd Like to Fly On Titan".Well, this one is a cosmic song with a very much literal earthly origin. I love blueberries, so tried to plant some in my garden, while I was doing it the song just popped, out of the blue :).
"Stellar Door" was totally inspired by a very special dream. I was revisiting it in my mind in one of those sleepless nights and the song's lyrics and the melody just came tome. That would be it, if not for that unearthly sound, that came from nowhere, while recording it.So strange!

As I mentioned in "Making of No Igiler", sometimes when I am in the process of recording my songs, I tend to leave it all up to the outside elements. If it synchronizes in any way with the song, like a phone ringing, birds singing, thunder etc, it could become a part of the whole composition. In the case of "Stellar Door", while I was waiting to insert a backing vocal, at one moment, there was some interference, a strange metallic noise, that didn't come from the outside, but kind of pierced my ears through the headphones; automatically I said: "Is that a signal?" ... then I was planning to re-record it, until I listened to it back and then decided to keep it :)

It was difficult to choose eleven songs for this particular CD, as I have written so many that touch the extraterrestrial subject, so after lots of thinking, I decided to include the first ever song that I wrote on this matter and it was "Please Come Down" from 1991.

"Creators Are Coming" is too, one of the earlier songs, that explains the whole history of the ET's interventions, also past, present and even possible future of humanity, in just 3 minutes and 7 seconds :).

"Giordano Bruno", is not the first song I dedicated to the most courageous person who ever lived, the Being of the Future; to find out more check my 'Giordano Bruno' page on my website,

Followed by "Emerging", which was the continuation of my painting by the same name "Emerging" . Little did I know that both the painting from 2002 and some lyrics in the song from 2009 would be prophetic, is still sort of a mystery. Long story short: in August 2012, I was ready to plant something in my garden, and just before and as I went outside, this persistent inner voice was "whispering"... "safety glasses, wear safety glasses". I thought to myself, I am going to plant a tiny tree, not pursue welding or something! As soon as I started digging, the spade hit a rock and a chip of it flew and hit my right eye so hard, that it resulted in surgery. Lesson learned, trust your intuition. Something good came out of it though, I can read fine print now without glasses :) .

"Secret" was based on long ago extremely vivid dream that changed my life, (on thought page) I still debate in my mind that amazing, mystical encounter.

The next one is unusual, as it was a combination of two happenings, this song was influenced by my 'Wheel in the sky' dream, and my partner's dream/vision/ event, (who knows) he still can't get his head around that one, wondering what it was. The song is called "Silver Wheel Machine"

While in Roswell at the crash site taking photographs, there was something in the sky, invisible to the naked eye but ... "Searching For The UFOs" was inspired by what happened.

The last and the longest song on the list is "Ezekiels Encounter". It started as a poem from1994 , then 2 years later became a song, which carefully describes word for word the misunderstood event that was described5000 years ago by Ezekiel and also a contemporary explanation of it, as a bonus. :) I had fun with this song and the first take was supposed to be sort of a rehearsal, that's why I was messing about,but it is a very lengthy song, so I decided to keep this first version after all.

I'd like to thank all the extraterrestrials for the help and inspiration :), not to forget my terrestrial Alien, of course.



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