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A Mediterranean Odyssey

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Download links and information about A Mediterranean Odyssey by Loreena McKennitt. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to World Music genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:43:34 minutes.

Artist: Loreena McKennitt
Release date: 2014
Genre: World Music
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:43:34
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Gates of Istanbul (Live 2009 Mediterranean Tour) 8:30
2. Dark Night of the Soul (Live 2009 Mediterranean Tour) 6:48
3. Marco Polo (Live 2009 Mediterranean Tour) 4:35
4. Penelope's Song (Live 2009 Mediterranean Tour) 3:30
5. Sacred Shabbat (Live 2009 Mediterranean Tour) 3:13
6. Caravanserai (Live 2009 Mediterranean Tour) 5:52
7. Santiago (Live 2009 Mediterranean Tour) 6:07
8. Beneath a Phrygian Sky (Live 2009 Mediterranean Tour) 7:05
9. Tango To Evora (Live 2009 Mediterranean Tour) 5:00
10. Full Circle (Live 2009 Mediterranean Tour) 5:27
11. The Mystic's Dream 7:43
12. Tango To Evora 4:09
13. The Gates of Istanbul 4:02
14. Penelope's Song 3:54
15. Marco Polo 3:55
16. Marrakesh Night Market 4:04
17. Santiago 4:18
18. Caravanserai 3:52
19. The Dark Night of the Soul 3:59
20. Sacred Shabbat 4:00
21. The Mummers' Dance 3:31

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Loreena McKennitt's A Mediterranean Odyssey collection includes an 11-track anthology of her more Mediterranean-influenced works entitled Olive and the Cedar, as well as a ten-track live performance recorded in 2009 called From Istanbul to Athens. McKennitt's transition from Celtic balladeer to worldbeat superstar began in the early '90s with the genre-hopping Visit. Her penchant for Mediterranean/Far East/Middle Eastern instrumentation came to fruition on 1994's Mask and Mirror and 1997's Book of Secrets, the latter of which spawned her biggest commercial hit with "The Mummer's Dance." The bulk of Olive and the Cedar is made up of material from those three albums. From Istanbul to Athens mines much of the same material, but draws more heavily from 2006's Ancient Muse.