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The Richest Man in Babylon

by Micael Nobre

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Cláudio Lagarto I love this song because it reminds me of a book I read recently, the Isaiah Effect or the Isaiah Code but, merged with Albert Einstein's theory of relativity.
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This music is loosely based on the first song I composed, back in 2008, which was called "Guardians from the East". Back then I used to say that it was a 12 minute song compressed into 5 minutes.

The time came for me to decompress it.

This music is a meditation on the conflict between the seeking of success and the seeking of spiritual enlightenment.

It is divided into 3 main sections.

Influences: Yngwie Malmsteen, Symphony X, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, The Black Mages, Gonçalo Pereira, Dream Theater and so on...


released September 30, 2018
Micael Nobre - Composition, Guitar, Bass, Mixing
Maria G. - Viola @01:40
Felipe G. - 7 string guitar @09:00
Jo G. - Violin @00:36
Oscar S. - Ethnic Flute @02:28


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