Touch the sun

by Ikarus

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By combining electronics with multicultural influences, composer Wolfgang Stindl has created a unique type of world fusion that touches on Celtic, African, Indian, and Asian themes. Fleshing out ambient grooves with the didgeridoo, guitar, keyboards, vocal samples, and shakuhashi, Touch the Sun exhibits a new vision of transcendental sound and energy. With fluid and dramatic tracks such as "In My Deepest Dreams" and the title cut, "Touched the Sun," this 10-track collection provides an uplifting experience in trip-hop sounds. --Leslie R. Marini

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released January 30, 2001

Keyboards, Didgeridoo, Fender Rhodes– Wolfgang Stindl
Keyboards [Additional], Mixed By– Harald Pairits
Remastered– Chas Ferry
Alltracks written by Wolfgang Stindl ecept "Paramatma" written by Wolfgang Stindl & Alexandra Hoffman, "Bassment" and "Evening lights" written by Wolfgang Stindl & Harald Pairits, "Out of this world" written by Marcus Seifu Grandon & Wolfgang Stindl

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Ikarus Vienna, Austria

Ikarus music is inspired by vast journeys and all sorts of ethnic and electronic music. Sounds & vocals from all over the planet and hypnotizing electronic music.
Ikarus music was featured in many movies like "The Matrix-Revisited" by Warner Bros.

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Track Name: Touched the Sun
Lyrics and meaning:
"Two girls, More(old word for a rebel leader, not the english more), lived up there, lived there. Come, more, come on Ianke(Bulgarian name). Come up to the village. There lived two girls. Let's go to the village. Let us show us the girls" It was really prestigious for a girl to be married for a rebel leader, because the turks that had us slaved wouldn't harm her, as they where affraid of the rebels. So it's about the old women leading the leader to the village in order to marry some lad.