• The dance of the spirits - Fantasy Music - Mora & Marcus in the 90's
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Dance and lose your breath
dance like a spinning top
the dance of madness
with its steps that turn and turn
with a secret code
that opens the doors of the unknown
Give up your mind
and feel the music that guides the soul
and feel the music that guides the soul
the soul

The nights are always magical
in the streets that look and shut up

Follow the path
even if the fog comes
things are always there
and the invisible can be touched
Dance, dance
and the invisible can be touched

Let the fire invade you
and turn and turn
Listen to the wind
and its spirits
let the moon dress you
pale friend
close your eyes and turn and turn
and laugh and laugh
with happy steps
even in the dark

Listen to the heart
and feel the life of the night

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Mora Amaro La Loba= Music, vocals, lyrics, final mixing
Marcus Nalgaber= Music, guitars, virtual instruments, music production

Best regards,

Marcus
I think there is always a thin line between reality and fantasy.
Crossing that line is easy
The difficult thing is to return to reality
And stay sane


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Hi @Marcus Nalgaber and @Mora Amaro La Loba

you two are enormously creative, and again this sounds very good
and i love the vocals on this

but.... ;D ;D ;D i sort of was expecting ....that you would have some surprise images on the theater screen somewhere towards the end of the track...

but never mind that

great track, i didn't think it was 90's, as you say in the heading of this track...but perhaps... you two are already making 2090's music  ::thumb:: ::thumb:: ::thumb:: ::thumb:: ::thumb::

 
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Hi @Marcus Nalgaber and @Mora Amaro La Loba

you two are enormously creative, and again this sounds very good
and i love the vocals on this

but.... ;D ;D ;D i sort of was expecting ....that you would have some surprise images on the theater screen somewhere towards the end of the track...

but never mind that

great track, i didn't think it was 90's, as you say in the heading of this track...but perhaps... you two are already making 2090's music  ::thumb:: ::thumb:: ::thumb:: ::thumb:: ::thumb::

@Dutchbeat  ::thumb::  ::thumb:: ::thumb:: ::thumb:: Thank you very much for listening and commenting on our music.

I think that Mora and I are like two children excited about our work.
And all that simplicity and creative innocence, makes us very happy that it can be perceived in our music




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Hey, that was waaayyyy cool! Esp enjoyed the intro and the musical interludes between the equally cool vocals (too bad my Spanish is limited to una cerveza por favor or something like that). At a slightly higher tempo and with a bit more of a drive in the percussion that part would groove like the end of the world. Damn, I really, really like that part!!!
A great offering all in, well done you two!
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Hey, that was waaayyyy cool! Esp enjoyed the intro and the musical interludes between the equally cool vocals (too bad my Spanish is limited to una cerveza por favor or something like that). At a slightly higher tempo and with a bit more of a drive in the percussion that part would groove like the end of the world. Damn, I really, really like that part!!!
A great offering all in, well done you two!

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I think that Mora and I are like two children excited about our work.
And all that simplicity and creative innocence, makes us very happy that it can be perceived in our music

 :) :) :) :) :)

You two make music that is SO unique and at the same time feels so very comfortable.
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You two make music that is SO unique and at the same time feels so very comfortable.

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@Mora Amaro La Loba , @Marcus Nalgaber ,
  Mesmerising - very cool vocals ( think I hear a little of Marcus improvising in the background) and the instrumental  interludes are darn catchy... yes, as @Jambrains noted, you could have driven the rhythm up a notch to make  it dance-cinematic, but its very good as is.

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I feel this comment really sums you two up ...

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I think that Mora and I are like two children excited about our work.
And all that simplicity and creative innocence, makes us very happy that it can be perceived in our music

The creative innocence you mention sets you free to merge different genres, art-forms and ideas into a unique identity.

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I feel this comment really sums you two up ...

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I think that Mora and I are like two children excited about our work.
And all that simplicity and creative innocence, makes us very happy that it can be perceived in our music

The creative innocence you mention sets you free to merge different genres, art-forms and ideas into a unique identity.

 ::OSMAN:: ::OSMAN:: ::OSMAN::

@MrBouzouki  ::thumb:: Many Thanks  ::thumb::