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  1. Giorgos Xylouris and Jim White have been releasing albums together as Xylouris White since , most notably their self-declared trilogy of Goats, Black Peak and Mother. These efforts have followed a similar sonic path, with the albums divided between sanguine ballads and completely contrasting fast-paced songs characterised by a frantic playing energy.
  2. Oct 08,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Xylouris White - Erotokritos (Opening) YouTube Xylouris White "Psarandonis Syrto" (A Film by Jem Cohen) - Duration: OtherMusicRecording 43, views.
  3. Partly, Black Peak pays testimony to both men’s remarkable histories. One of Crete’s best-loved artists, Xylouris is a scion of Greek musical royalty, a family from a mountain village near the Cave of Zeus, while Jim White has commanded international attention for more than two decades as part of Australia’s Dirty Three. Now New York.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Black Peak - Xylouris White on AllMusic - - The second offering from Cretan lutist George 8/
  5. Master of Cretan lute, Γιώργος Ξυλούρης, and Jim White (2) a most innovative and charismatic drummer., have fulfilled a long held ambition in coming together as a duo and recording their first album GOATS. Fluid in nature, exciting and edgy, the music is riveting, compelling, spellbinding. As George Xylouris, drove Jim White from home to the studio, they saw a lot of goats on.
  6. Xylouris White black peak A peak in both artists’ careers, the album testifies to their determination to stretch the scope of their instruments and forge something vigorously questing from more traditional roots. The fluidity of their partnership is clear from the rolling explosion of the title-track, where White’s thunderous rhythm.
  7. Xylouris White albums With the philosophical bent that suits their music's ancient headwaters, Jim and George are meditating on the life of a traveling musician, Sisyphyan in its repetition, but inspired in an eternal recurrence of themes and techniques that allow them to climb ever-further into their experience as players Artist's fourth installment of progressive Cretan lute compositions.

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