Category: Classic Rock

Zephirus - Seabreeze E.P. (File, MP3)

9 comments on “ Zephirus - Seabreeze E.P. (File, MP3)

  1. Zulkizuru
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  2. Moogugor
    Rank: Metal newbie Points: 67 Gender: Male Age: N/A Country: N/A Favourite metal genre(s): Black / Doom / Death.
  3. Moogum
    The Garden of Zephirus. Courtly songs of the early fifteenth century. Gothic Voices, Christopher Page (conductor) Download all MP3 £ Download all FLAC £ Download all ALAC £ Buy by post £ Originally issued on CDA Label: Helios Recording details: April St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London, United.
  4. Mooguran
    Find Zephyr bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - This late-'60s Denver group is most notable as.
  5. Morg
    Zephyrus was the ancient Greek god of the west wind, one of the four seasonal Anemoi (Wind-Gods). He was also the god of spring, the husband of Chloris (Greenery), and father of Carpus (Fruit). In myth Zephyros was a rival of the god Apollo for the love of Hyacinthus. His Roman name was Favonius.
  6. Sanris
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  7. Toshura
    Zephyrus Music is producing, releasing, promoting and supporting established and emerging talent in world music and jazz since Current and past projects / groups: Black Flower, Hijaz, Kel Assouf, La Panika, Daniel Dzidzonu, Jamaican Jazz Orchestra, Dizzy Mandjeku & Alé Kumá, AWAN, Flamenco Festival Gent, Va Fan Fahre, Proyecto Secreto, Lady Linn and her Magnificent Seven, Rangeela.
  8. Dujinn
    Etymology. The earliest attestation of the word in Greek and of the worship of the Winds by the Greeks, are perhaps the Mycenaean Greek word-forms 𐀀𐀚𐀗𐀂𐀋𐀩𐀊, a-ne-mo-i-je-re-ja, 𐀀𐀚𐀗𐄀𐀂𐀋𐀩𐀊, a-ne-mo,i-je-re-ja, i.e. "Priestess of the Winds".These words, written in Linear B, are found on the KN Fp 1 and KN Fp 13 tablets.

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