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Ancient Egyptian themes, reggae grooves

 
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neferhotep
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 25, 2006 10:24 pm    Post subject: Ancient Egyptian themes, reggae grooves Reply with quote

I am part of a musical duo, two lovers of ancient Egyptian mythology, who have merged Jamaican reggae grooves with themes of the Heliopolitan cosmology in a new CD: Hydrogen Burning by Dream Art Science.

We think other lovers of ancient Egypt will enjoy these songs.

Full versions of all 8 songs are available for listening or free download on our website: http://www.DreamArtScience.com

from Gates of the Duat:

My heart is mine in the House of Hearts
The doors of the sky are open for me

I will go in and out
I will go here and there
At all the gates of the Duat
At all the gates of the Duat


from No Place (Song of Atum):

Once I lived in solitude
In the company of the uncreated
Once I was alone in the waters of Nun
And I could find no place to stand
I could find no place to stand


from Khepri (Rising Sun):

Khepri, Kheper, Kheperu, Kheper-kuy, m Kheperu, m Kheperu

Before there was time, before there was space,
Before there was day, before there was night
Before there was black, before there was white
There was one in the sea of Nun


from Inundation:

I dreamed about the Inundation
I dreamed about regeneration
I dreamed about the Inundation
And the waters of re-creation

Four days coming
Dog star rising
Sirius, Sirius, Sirius[/quote]



Camille Paglia -- author, Salon.com columnist: "It is magical! It certainly transformed my campus office from the moment I slid it into my computer."

Smother.net: "Mixing in reggae rhythms with smooth soft rock, Dream Art Science are a cerebral mash-up. With beautiful female vocals, these San Francisco natives write compelling songs."


If you like the music we would enjoy hearing about it!

email: DreamArtScience at costar.org
(replace " at " with "@")

Kevin Shrieve
Dream Art Science
http://www.DreamArtScience.com
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the_tutness_is_here
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2006 3:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You know, to be honest I thought this was spam or something. Confused But I checked out yer site, and I listened to the Atum song...being a lover of Reggae music myself, the band has a pretty fresh and relaxing sound. I really liked it. Very Happy If my TuT! comic becomes a cartoon, I might have to have a word with you guys on the music. I dunno what it was, but...I like the sound...very nice.

~Tutness

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Ramsekh
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 29, 2006 12:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey, that is pretty good!
Sounds like a mix between Bob Marley and REO Speedwagon. That kicks tut!

ok...that's it with the puns.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 30, 2006 4:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ramsekh wrote:
Hey, that is pretty good!
Sounds like a mix between Bob Marley and REO Speedwagon. That kicks tut!

ok...that's it with the puns.


....Nick, really? Laughing Now why would anyone wanna kick the Tutness? What has he done THIS time? Wink
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