Fourth, part two

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"Fourth, Part Two, the sister release to 2009’s “Fourth, Part One” sees Deleyaman incorporate a second full-time guitarist into their line-up. A new member who also brings a new dimension to this peculiar band, by adding and expanding on the elements of Post-Rock / Shoegaze which Deleyaman had already hinted at on previous recordings.
Deleyaman's singular style, which blends Darkwave and Alternative Folk into one, collects and re-invents elements of different genres into an artistic vision which feeds as much from literature as it does from ethnic-tinged experimentation, post-punk and ethereal music. “Fourth, Part Two” portrays Deleyaman as introspective as ever, with the use of poetry (which on this recording comes from the works of Edna St-Vincent Millay, Karl Shapiro, Ralph W. Emerson, Sidney Lanier among others) taking on a prominent role, as the voices of Beatrice and Aret weave closely into the music to provide each word with its appropriate setting and mood. Presented in Digipak format, with a 20-page booklet." ...Equilibrium Music

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released March 15, 2011

All titles written & performed by Deleyaman
Recorded, mixed & mastered by Aret Madilian
Co-produced by Aret Madilian & Nareg Hartounian

Words of Three Islands, September Song and one verse on North Winds taken from the poem Renascence © 1912, 1940 by Edna St-Vincent Millay.

Words of Let the Wind Blow from the poem Nostalgia by Karl Shapiro, by permission of Harold Ober Associates.

Words of Brahma taken from the poem Brahma by Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Words of Sweet Space partially taken and arranged from the poem The Marshes of Glynn by Sidney Lanier.

Words of North Winds partially taken and arranged from the poem The Snowstorm by Ralph Waldo Emerson.

All additional words & lyrics by Aret Madilian

All graphic design & all photographs by Nils Valdes
©2011 nilsvaldes

2011 Equilibrium Music (EU)
2011 TTO Records, Naregatsi Art Institute (US)

Aret Madilian : vocals, keyboards, guitars, bass, percussions
Beatrice Valantin : vocals
Ara Duzian : guitars
Mia Bjorlingsson : drums
Gerard Madilian : duduk

(c) 2011deleyaman, (p) 2011deleyaman

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Track Name: Change Things
Silence and all my sailing lovers come
to grief up cry a violent sea of love
the sea whose lustrous ghost glides
glides through the central blue of your eyes

Now when the fire fails and loneliness kills
and the soul longs to be gone from where it is
I appear bemused to you wondering would a kiss
change things

How these miles between us freeze
freeze and sparkle through the darkness
as time lingers and sways in a chilling breeze
I imagine roses for a moment on winter hills

Now when the fire fails and loneliness kills
and the soul longs to be gone from where it is
I appear bemused to you wondering would a kiss
change things
Track Name: Three Islands
All I could see from where I stood
was three long mountains and a wood
I turned and looked another way
and saw three islands in a bay

So with my eyes I traced the line
of the horizon thin and fine
straight around till I was come
back to where I'd started from

And all I saw from where I stood
was three long mountains and a wood
over these things I could not see
these were the things that bounded me

But sure the sky is big I said
miles and miles above my head
so here upon my back I'll lie
and look my fill into the sky

And I could touch them with my hand
almost I thought from where I stand
and all at once things seemed so small
my breath came short and scarce at all

But sure the sky is big I said
miles and miles above my head
so here upon my back I'll lie
and look my fill into the sky

(excerpt from the poem Renascence c 1912, 1940 by Edna St. Vincent Millay)
Track Name: Let the Wind Blow
My soul stands at the window of my room
and I ten thousand miles away
my days are filled
with ocean's sound of doom
salt and cloud and the bitter spray

My selfish youth
my books with gilded edge
knowledge and all gaze down the street
the potted plants upon the window ledge
gaze down with selfish lives and sweet

let the wind blow for many a man shall die

My night is now her day my day her night
So I lay down and so I rise
the sun burns close
the star is losing height
the clock is hunting down the skies

Let the wind blow for many a man shall die
Track Name: Brahma
If the red slayer think he slays
or if the slain think he is slain
they know not well the subtle ways
I keep and pass and turn again

Far or forgot to me is near
shadow and sunlight are the same
the vanquished gods to me appear
and one to me are shame and fame

They reckon ill who leave me out
when me they fly I am the wings
I am the doubter and the doubt
and I the hymn the Brahman sings

Strong gods pine for my abode
and pine in vain the sacred seven
but thou meek lover of the good
find me and turn thy back on heaven
Track Name: Sunset
The night is setting in to blow
scores the windowpane with snow
out of reach of hand
on human avenues across a sea

What heart can ever know itself
through each door a spectral frame
movements vanish in the air
violet colors through the glass
a hundred words to pass the day
each of us making to the light

A hundred words to pass the day
yet not a word to tell the tale

What heart can ever know itself
Track Name: Owl
Came for a minute
never say goodbye
believe in nothing
God knows why
I dreamt of you
I never sleep at night
I walked along the sea
I never leave my house

Like an owl exploding in your life in your brain
like an owl who knows the devil all night all day
you hear the questions rise in a flame
like a whistle of a crazy dog who's the ruler of this hell
Track Name: Sweet Space
O braided dusks of the oak
and woven shades of the vine
while the riotous noon-day sun
of the june day long did shine

You held me fast in your heart
I held you fast in mine
while the riotous noon-day sun
of the june day long did shine

Beautiful glooms soft dusks
in the noon-day fire
wildwood privacies
closets of lone desire
chamber from chamber parted
with wavering arras of leaves
cells for the passionate pleasure
of prayer to the soul that grieves

And when terror and shrinking
and dreary unnamable pain
drew over me out of the merciless miles
the merciless miles of the plain

Oh now unafraid
I am fain to face
that sweet face of space
the vast sweet face of space

To the edge of the wood I am drawn
to the edge of the wood I am drawn
where the gray beach glimmering runs
as a belt of the dawn
where the gray beach glimmering runs
as a belt of the dawn
Track Name: North Winds
Announced by all the trumpets of the sky
arrives the snow and driving over the fields

Seems nowhere to alight
the whited air hides hills and woods
the river and the heaven
veils the farm-house at the garden's end

Delayed all friends shut out
the housemates sit around the fire
enclosed in the privacy of a storm

Come see the north winds blowing
round every windward tree
speeding the myriad-handed
his wild work nought cares he

And when his hours are numbered
and the world is all his own
retiring as he were not
leaves when the sun appears
stone by stone

I would I were alive again
to kiss the fingers of the rain
to drink into my eyes the shine
of the sun
Track Name: September Song
I saw and heard and knew at last
the how and why of all things past
and present and forevermore
and why I was living for

Of all regret mine was the weight
mine every greed mine every hate
fell from my eyes I could see
a drenched and dripping apple tree

Of all regret mine was the weight
mine every greed mine every hate
fell from my eyes I could see
a drenched and dripping apple tree

The grass a tip-toe at my ear
whispering to me I could hear
I felt the rain's cool finger-tips
brushed tenderly across my lips

Lay gently by my side
falling beside the heavy night
fell from my eyes I could see
a drenched and dripping apple tree

I know not how such things could be
I only know there came to me
a fragrance such as never clings
to save happy living things

A last long line of silver rain
a sky grown clear and blue again
fell from my eyes I could see
a drenched and dripping apple tree

Lay gently by my side
falling beside the heavy night
fell from my eyes I could see
a drenched and dripping apple tree

(excerpt taken & arranged from the poem Renascence
c 1912, 1940 by Edna St. Vincent Millay)