Delos Project
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Delos Project

Athens, Attica, Greece

Athens, Attica, Greece
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Eleusis - Tales of the Holy (tr7cd 100032)



Most of the songs were written in Paris and are all about “meetings with invisible friends”, meaning this kind of support that we receive, sometimes, through life, in unexpected ways. These “friends” could be ..anything.. a young child that reminds us of an angel, or just a tree (!) waving to us in the middle of the city traffic…Anything that can change the perception of our reality and make us experience time in a different way.

This experience is coming from inside and that is the meaning of the word Delos in ancient Greek. Something that existed but was hidden and now it has come to light.

Most of the lyrics are in English. I believe that this has to do with my jazz backround as a singer.

There are also two songs in Greek and both of them are from Western Greece where I come from. This music carries the most vivid memories of my childhood.

Two Indian Karnatic songs arranged for Delos project explain the indian influence of most of the melodies I compose.

Indian Karnatic and Byzantine music are both disciplines that opened my musical horizons and changed my singing approach.

Definitely there is also a gospel influence in some songs and some basic blues patterns- riffs that create the background on which the whole music is built . Afrobeat patterns give a special groove and once combined with Eastern melodies create a totally authentic musical result.

George Palamiotis arranged all the songs. Knowing very well each other after working together on Eleusis-''Tales of the Holy '' album, I believe that it is due to his contribution that Delos Project litteraly exists.

Fenia Papadodima