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Stormy times, a Volcano project 2017

Stormy times, a Volcano project 2017
about this album:
Cover picture: Romulus and Remus, the sons of the Roman god of war, Mars.

The contributors of this thematic concept album are (In the sequence of the tracks smile):
Josepssv, Pexe, Itocpogo, Ernie440, King1971, Peter Veillon, Relativity, Mike_66, apsummerlin, Franky, ArkRockStudio, Mikebanez, HiFiFlutes, Janos, Kai.

The idea arose in conjunction with King1971. I would like to thank these musicians for the opportunity to work together and for their great works. Next, I also thank Akchen and Josepssv (volcano and support).

Stormy times call the world order into question. In the storm no one notices the targeted chaos in communication. Some see the war elephants and how a war machine on the ground and in the air sets in motion. Persevered slogans are issued, then the machines die and the war ethic is questioned. The regret at the tomb of the heroes comes too late. The big questions remain unanswered. Is everything repeating itself in stormy times?
Will we never learn from history?
 

Player & Reviews

AKchen

krass gut !!

+3

Review by AKchen on 12/07/2017

das ist ein unglaublich gutes Album René, have heared it with Uli this morning & enjoyed so much ... innovative, entertaining, moving, new :)
josepssv

A history

+3

Review by josepssv on 12/07/2017

Hey! Abuitremorem!! I really like this album concept, where a story is told about the titles. The titles are what can join an album in a song, thanks for the idea and for your compilation. Like a movie. Volcano!!
Uloisius

Mit viel freude und bewunderung gehört ;o)

+3

Review by Uloisius on 12/07/2017

Sehr interessantes album auf dem es viel musikalisches zu entdecken gibt ;o) Danke an das volcano-projekt für diese beeindruckende rundreise durch entfernte musikalische galaxien ;o)
TeeGee

Fantastic Soundscape!

+3

Review by TeeGee on 11/29/2017

Very cool album with a lot of interesting and atmospheric tracks. Definitely worth listening to!!
Itocpogo

Fantastic Expression of moods of of our Times

+3

Review by Itocpogo on 11/28/2017

Rene put together music that has messages of concern for the future of the world expressed in music including Rene's creative wonders. The mixes by Rene and others are so professional! Thank You Rene for including me with these Great musicians.
frankyguitar

Great Artful Album

+3

Review by frankyguitar on 11/28/2017

An amazing concept album René !! Each track has a great expression, I really like very much. It's a great journey thru your musical mind, with a multifaceted view on the Life and Earth. Much fun to listen. Thanx very much René for beeing a part of it :)
apsummerlin

Interesting Concept Album

+3

Review by apsummerlin on 11/28/2017

Rene has truly told a story here in this cleverly assembled collection. One that we all should pay attention too. Thanks Rene for including me. Glad to be a part of it.
King1971

Charting the unexplored

+3

Review by King1971 on 11/28/2017

Charting the unexplored edges of the aural continuum. A fascinating journey through the unique and wonderful music of my friend Rene. I like minded musical soul. Great work on this by all contributors.
ArkRockStudio

Amazing Album

+3

Review by ArkRockStudio on 11/28/2017

Thanks for including me Rene. Great selection of tunes.

Album Info

About this album:
Cover picture: Romulus and Remus, the sons of the Roman god of war, Mars.

The contributors of this thematic concept album are (In the sequence of the tracks smile):
Josepssv, Pexe, Itocpogo, Ernie440, King1971, Peter Veillon, Relativity, Mike_66, apsummerlin, Franky, ArkRockStudio, Mikebanez, HiFiFlutes, Janos, Kai.

The idea arose in conjunction with King1971. I would like to thank these musicians for the opportunity to work together and for their great works. Next, I also thank Akchen and Josepssv (volcano and support).

Stormy times call the world order into question. In the storm no one notices the targeted chaos in communication. Some see the war elephants and how a war machine on the ground and in the air sets in motion. Persevered slogans are issued, then the machines die and the war ethic is questioned. The regret at the tomb of the heroes comes too late. The big questions remain unanswered. Is everything repeating itself in stormy times?
Will we never learn from history?
abuitremorem created by abuitremorem on 11/28/2017

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involved artists:
abuitremorem josepssv HiFiFlutes Janos Itocpogo Ernie440 frankyguitar ArkRockStudio Mikebanez LeftTheLoops9-18 Mike_66 apsummerlin KaiPlan King1971 Pexe PeterVeillon
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