Rock 2 Tha Rhythm (Instrumental) - IV The Polymath, Allen Poe - How Gardens Grow (Selected Remixes) (File, MP3)
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“The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe remains one of the English language’s most popular and influential poems since it was written in Much of this was Poe’s own doing, as he performed it quite frequently, and wrote many essays and commentaries on it in the press.
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Edgar Poe was born in in Boston, but he considered Richmond his home and even called himself "a Virginian." It was in Richmond that Poe grew up, married, and first gained a national literary reputation. Many of the places in Richmond associated with Poe have been lost but several still remain.
Poe? If classical or even rock music had been stated, it might give those awaiting the release of the album an idea what to expect. The album, titled Poe Through the Glass Prism, became a surprising success upon release because the band took great care to portray each poem to the listener as Edgar Allan Poe himself did to the reader.
Enter Eric Woolfson's POE to centerstage with no less than the vocal virtuoso Steve Balsamo in the leading role and veteran stage actor David Burton as Poe's nemesis Rufus Griswold. Not only is the music itself exceptional but so is the story it tells of the trails and tribulations of Edgar Allan Poe thoughout his tragic life/5(20).
This project came together when Allen Poe sent IV the acapellas from his "How Gardens Grow" album for remixing. IV remixed "Places" & then used Poe's voice to create the instrumental for "Rock 2 tha Rhythm" which Poe laced up almost immediately & sent back.