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Known as the Silver Peripheral

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I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE MUSIC FEATURED IN THIS NON-COMMERCIAL VIDEO. What was a poem video became a "suite" with an idea to incorporate the instrumental parts of songs that had an "ethereal" quality, in no order here: "The Host of Seraphim" DCD("The Serpent's Egg", 1988 4AD), "Ever So Lonely/Eyes/Ocean" Sheila Chandra ("Moonsung" album, 1999 Real World), "Humming" from Portishead's 1997 eponymous release (Go!/London), "Lazy Calm" Cocteau Twins ("Victorialand", 1986 4AD), "The Rain Song" Led Zeppelin ("Houses of the Holy", 1973 Atlantic), "Unfinished Sympathy" Massive Attack ("Blue Lines", 1991 Virgin) and "Zaar" Peter Gabriel ("The Last Temptation of Christ" soundtrack, 1989 Geffen.) All images gathered within boundaries of Creative Commons licensing via, and some loops courtesy of The great church bell effect is from "Known as the Silver Peripheral" was written by JgFlorio. This is a Seething Destiny Production, 2010. All rights reserved.

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