Annwyn, Beneath the Waves

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Annwyn, Beneath the Waves
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Studio album by Faith and the Muse
Released June 11, 1996; 2001 re-release
Recorded October 1995-March 1996 at The Eye Socket
Genre Gothic rock, Folk Rock
Length 58:08
Label TESS Records (1996), Metropolis Records (2001)
Producer Faith and the Muse, Chad Blinman
Faith and the Muse chronology
Elyria
(1994)
Annwyn, Beneath the Waves
(1996)
Evidence of Heaven
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Annwyn, Beneath the Waves is the second album by Faith and the Muse.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Annwyn, Beneath the Waves" 6:29
2. "The Silver Circle" 3:07
3. "Cantus" 4:50
4. "The Dream of Macsen" 4:53
5. "Fade and Remain" 4:50
6. "Arianrhod" 2:08
7. "Branwen Slayne" 4:52
8. "Hob Y Derri Dando" 1:23
9. "Cernunnos" 3:37
10. "The Hand of Man" 5:50
11. "The Sea Angler" 4:00
12. "The Birds of Rhiannon" 3:15
13. "Rise and Forget" 5:07
14. "Apparition" 3:47
Total length: 58:08

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Credits[edit]

  • All instruments and voices performed by William Faith and Monica Richards
  • Treatments and Programming by Chad Blinman
  • Produced by Faith and the Muse and Chad Blinman
  • All titles composed by Faith and the Muse c and p Elyrian Music, BMI, 1996 except:
    "Hob Y Derri Dando," Traditional Welsh song
    "The Sea Angler," text by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
    "Rise and Forget," by Monica Richards, William Faith and Stevyn Grey
  • Recorded and mixed October 1995-March 1996 by Chad Blinman at The Eye Socket, Venice, California
  • Mastered by Joe Gastwirt and Ramón Bretón at Ocean View Digital, Los Angeles, California
  • Cover painting "Annwyn, Beneath the Waves" by Monica Richards, acrylic and glass on canvas, 1995 (with a nod to the great Gustav Klimt)
  • Layout, Artwork and Design by Monica Richards
  • All Photography and additional Graphics by Clovis IV of Vertigo Graphic Arts, Santa Barbara, California
  • Original lyrics by Monica Richards, except "The Hand of Man" and "Cernunnos", written by William Faith, "Rise & Forget" cowritten by Monica & William.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Wilson, MacKenzie. "Annwyn, Beneath the Waves". Allmusic. Retrieved 20 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "Annwyn, Beneath the Waves: Faith and the Muse: Music". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2012-01-14. 
  3. ^ "Faith and the Muse: Annwyn, Beneath the Waves". Mercyground.com. Retrieved 2012-01-14.