Whales - The Atman Project - Love And Pain (CD, Album)

08.12.2019
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  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Pianos And Voices on Discogs. Label: Koch International Classics - H1 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Classical • Style: Contemporary.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Love And Pain on Discogs/5(4).
  • Shot around the breathtaking coastline of B.C.'s Howe Sound, Whale Music is the triumphant adaptation of Paul Quarringaton's Governor General's Award-winning novel about the redemption of a faded rock star through love and music. Richard J. Lewis' exploration of the reclusive musician's efforts to create a piece of music that will summon the whales is a sensory and emotional tour de force.
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  • Love and Pain is a book of philosophy and metaphysics by American author Thaddeus Golas, the author of The Lazy Man's Guide to swarfesconsdenniponepubhetabise.xyzinfo and Pain was first drafted in and underwent several rewrites throughout the s. Golas called it his Opus and considered it his most important work. He was not able to find a publisher for the work while alive.

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