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C. P. Cavafy , Recitation By Sean Connery , Music By Vangelis - Ithaca Mp3
Electronic / Classical
Performer: C. P. Cavafy , Recitation By Sean Connery , Music By Vangelis
Title: Ithaca
Style: Classical
Year 2004
Country Greece
Label Athinais Cultural Centre
Genre: Electronic / Classical
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 662
MP3 size: 1097 mb
FLAC size: 1812 mb
WMA size: 1903 mb
Record From: CD

C. P. Cavafy , Recitation By Sean Connery , Music By Vangelis - Ithaca Mp3

Tracklist

1Ithaca4:28

Credits

  • Coordinator [Coordination]F. Manolopoulou
  • Engineer [Sound]F. Rousseau, Ph. Colonna, V. Saitis
  • Music ByVangelis
  • Narrator [Recitation]Sean Connery
  • PaintingMicheline Roquebrune Connery
  • Text ByC. P. Cavafy

Notes

Issued in a blue box containing the CD in a white paper sleeve and a book with paintings by Micheline Roquebrune Connery, the wife of Sean Connery.

NOTE:
No time duration is mentioned.
The given duration above is from the CD-player.

The lettering on the white paper sleeve has a golden color (dark color in the scans).
The lettering on the white paper insert is grey.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: FABELSOUND 2004 ATHINAIS 3
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LH01
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2B93

Companies

  • Pressed By – Fabelsound

Video

Dream
Just wondering why the images of the CD and sleeve are all tinted blue? These are incorrect - even in the notes it says white paper. Images must represent the colours of the actual release. Also, on the rear insert (not provided in the images) there is a clear duration time of 4'27" rather than 4'28". Anyone agree with me that these details need changing?
Great new pics! Thanks for those. I have got a pic with the track timing but I’m away from home at the moment so will find it upon my return.
By the way: you are mentioning a rear insert with the time duration of the track.Do you have a photo of this?Because I do not have this insert (only the images that I've uploaded) even though I bought my copy brand new from the shop.
Many thanks. Your images were 'borrowed' and used on the Net to represent the release, which of course they shouldn’t have done, but it has caused me and perhaps others a bit of confusion. Your help in correcting the details would be very much appreciated as I don’t actually own the release myself.
When I made those photos years ago, I did not have a scanner, so I basically took photos of the CD & sleeve, sadly with bad light conditions, hence the bluish color. It always bugged me myself, but I never got around to it.But you're right: these details need changing. I'll try to do this as soon as possible.