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Mythos: Higher Octave Music
     

Mythos: Higher Octave Music

4.5 2
by Mythos
 
Programmed beats, acoustic guitar, and synthesized ooohing and aaahing are all part of the recipe on Mythos' self-titled debut. The sources of these vocals are accomplished jazz and classical performers Jennifer Scott and Christine Duncan with

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Programmed beats, acoustic guitar, and synthesized ooohing and aaahing are all part of the recipe on Mythos' self-titled debut. The sources of these vocals are accomplished jazz and classical performers Jennifer Scott and Christine Duncan with Annette Ducharme, one of Canada's top singer/songwriters. The ever-present tinkling of high-end piano phrases and what sounds like Native American flute gives this CD a Windham Hill, new age feel.

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Release Date:
10/20/1998
Label:
Higher Octave
UPC:
0724384657222
catalogNumber:
46572

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Mythos: Higher Octave Music 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you like Enigma and Delerium, you will love Mythos. This album is just beautiful and elegant to listen to. One of my favorites.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Keyboardist Bob D¿Eith and guitarist Paul Schmidt paint a rich, ambient sound-picture over gentle percussion, highlighted by the unearthly vocalise of Jennifer Scott, Christine Duncan and Annette Ducharme. All the selections, while differing in melody and instrumentation, maintain a common ambience, flowing together to create a gorgeous, compelling whole. This is music better heard for yourself than described, so go choose a link and listen. This particular CD contains re-releases of some cuts from a previous album, ¿Introspection¿, but it is here in their self-titled release that the group finds optimal voice. Mythos continues in this vein with their subsequent release, ¿The Reality of a Dreamer¿.