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Ignis Fatuus is the classic debut album from Norwegian prog legends White Willow. Originally released in the Spring of 1995, the album took the global progressive rock scene by storm. The songs on the album range from almost pure pastoral folk-rock, as on Snowfall and Till He Arrives, via out-and-out prog rock, as on John Dee's Lament and Cryptomenysis (which featured a guest appearance from Ved Buens Ende's Carl Michael Eide) to unusual experiments like the renaissance-inspired hymn Song, based on Christina Rossetti's poem. This re-release was meticulously remastered by the band's own Jacob Holm-Lupo, and is presented with the classic original cover art, for the first time on vinyl.
Ignis Fatuus is the classic debut album from Norwegian prog legends White Willow. Originally released in the Spring of 1995, the album took the global progressive rock scene by storm. The songs on the album range from almost pure pastoral folk-rock, as on Snowfall and Till He Arrives, via out-and-out prog rock, as on John Dee's Lament and Cryptomenysis (which featured a guest appearance from Ved Buens Ende's Carl Michael Eide) to unusual experiments like the renaissance-inspired hymn Song, based on Christina Rossetti's poem. This re-release was meticulously remastered by the band's own Jacob Holm-Lupo, and is presented with the classic original cover art, for the first time on vinyl.
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Format: CD
Label: KARISMA
Rel. Date: 11/24/2023
UPC: 7090008312314

Ignus Fatuus
Artist: White Willow
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Snowfall
2. Lord of Night
3. Song
4. Ingenting
5. Withering of the Boughs
6. Lines on an Autumnal Evening
7. Now in These Fairy Lands
8. Piletreet
9. Till He Arrives
10. Cryptomenysis
11. Signs
12. John Dee's Lament

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Ignis Fatuus is the classic debut album from Norwegian prog legends White Willow. Originally released in the Spring of 1995, the album took the global progressive rock scene by storm. The songs on the album range from almost pure pastoral folk-rock, as on Snowfall and Till He Arrives, via out-and-out prog rock, as on John Dee's Lament and Cryptomenysis (which featured a guest appearance from Ved Buens Ende's Carl Michael Eide) to unusual experiments like the renaissance-inspired hymn Song, based on Christina Rossetti's poem. This re-release was meticulously remastered by the band's own Jacob Holm-Lupo, and is presented with the classic original cover art, for the first time on vinyl.
        
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