Sexy Beach Jazz: The Very Best of Cafe Chill and Summer Relaxing Smooth Jazz Lounge (2016) [MP3|320 Kbps]
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Era (styled as +eRa+) is a New Age music project by French composer Eric Lvi. The band has sold more than 12 million albums. They use lyrics (by Guy
Protheroe) which although similar to Greek or Latin are in fact deliberately devoid of any exact meaning.
Era mixes Gregorian chants and occasionally world music with contemporary electronic arrangements. It is reminiscent of New Age music projects such as
Enigma, Gregorian, and Deep Forest. Lyrics are written in Pseudo-Latin and English, and some are based on beliefs of the 13th century French Christian
sect, the Cathars.
Era's live shows and music videos often feature artists dressed in medieval or traditional clothes and armour. Usually, actors Pierre Bouisierie
and Irene Bustamante perform at Era shows.
Born Arielle Sonnery de Fromental in Norwich, CT, Dombasle spent much of her childhood in Mexico, where her grandfather was the French Ambassador.
When she moved to France to study, her good looks and talents quickly propelled her into film. In 2004, Dombasle, who was by then a very successful
and popular French television and movie star, as well as a singer, and married to liberal philosopher Bernard-Henri Lvy, issued Amor Amor, a
collection of covers, which then came out in the U.S. in 2006.
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01. Ave Maria
02. Cold Song (3:28)
03. Adagio Of Barber (Edit Agnus Dei)
. Don't Take Pleasure Of My Pain
. After Time
. Just Close Your Eyes
08. Tiesto Demoni
09. Lost Jericho
10. Thousand Words (Edit We Call Your Name)