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Tigran Hamasyan

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Tigran Hamasyan Red Hail [Aratta Rebirth] album cover
4.57 | 14 ratings | 1 reviews | 57% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Shogher Jan (Dear Shogher) (9:04) *
2. Red Hail (of Pomegranate Seeds) (3:11)
3. The Glass-Hearted Queen (3:17)
4. Love Song (5:49)
5. Falling (4:51)
6. Sibylla (8:24)
7. Corrupt (1:53)
8. Part 1: Serpentine (9:20)
9. Part 2: Moneypulated (5:43)
10. Chinar Es (You Are as Tall as a Plane Tree) (5:42) *
11. The Awakening of Mher (Mithra) (6:09)
12. Amran Gisher (Summer Night) (2:43) *

Total Time 66:06

Line-up / Musicians

- Tigran Hamasyan / piano, Fender Rhodes, Nord Electro keyboard, Fantom x8 synthesizer
- Areni Agbabian / voice
- Ben Wendel / soprano & tenor saxophones, bassoon, melodica
- Sam Minaie / acoustic & electric basses
- Nate Wood / drums
- Charles Altura / guitar (3, 7, 11)

Releases information

All compositions by Tigran Hamasyan, except * which are Armenian folk songs arranged by Tigran Hamasyan.

Recorded in Laguna Beach, California, August 20-22, 2008
Engineered by Steve Wood
Mixed and mastered by Nate Wood
Cover paintings by Melania Hamasyan

CD Plus Loin Music - PL4510 (2008, Europe)

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(57%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(29%)
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5 stars Sometimes it sounds poetic, sometimes it is dark and inexorably threatening. Red Hail hits you from the very beginning. Aratta Rebirth a wide range of keyboards. The entire ensemble sound tight and highly progressive. I'm not really a jazz-rock sub-genre's great amateur. But, I can replay the al ... (read more)

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