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Enceladus by Unobtainum

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Album Title: Unobtainum
Marek Jakubowicz
Released: 2016


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Fiona's Comments

Probably inspired by the namesake shiny moon with water orbiting Saturn. Just the one stone (the size of Sicily), Enceladus was lucky. Athena, goddess of wisdom, don't mess.

About the Album

Short story about the world far away from the Earth. Composition for the sitar & piano played by duet Unobtainum.



Date featured

July 23, 2017

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