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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Dila (5:57)
2. Fox's Complaint (3:20)
3. A Lark and A Long-Eared Owl (2:40)
4. The Fish Are Singing Near the Anchors (1:46)
5. A Sketch (3:24)
6. Shepherd's Song (3:27)
7. Three Wolves (1:39)
8. The House (3:09)
9. Artificial Paradise (2:24)
10. Angel of Base, Angel of Roof... (4:35)

Total time: 32:21

Line-up / Musicians

- Nino Janjgava / vocals, flute, keyboards
- Marina Janjgava / vocals, violin
- Davit Tsintsadze / vocals
- Davit Khositashvili / guitar, panduri
- Kaki Japaridze / doli
- Nodar Man / percussion

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