Chris Spheeris

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Chris Spheeris (/ˈsfɪərɪs/; Greek: Χρήστος Σφυρής) is a Greek-American composer of instrumental music. He is a producer, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. Chris is the cousin of Penelope Spheeris and her brother Jimmie Spheeris.[1] Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Chris began writing songs on his guitar as a teenager. In 1985, Chris began composing for film. His work in collaboration with filmmaker Chip Duncan includes the television series Is Anyone Listening, the series Mystic Lands (Discovery Networks), In a Just World (PBS) and the classroom production entitled The Life & Death of Glaciers (Discovery Education).

Polar Shift[edit]

Spheeris recorded "Field of Tears" and "Pura Vida" (along with Paul Voudouris) for Polar Shift (1991), a New Age benefit album including Yanni and Vangelis.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1987 – Desires of the heart
  • 1988 – Pathways to surrender
  • 1990 – Enchantment
  • 1993 – Culture
  • 1994 – Desires
  • 1994 – Passage
  • 1995 – Europa
  • 1996 – Mystic traveller
  • 1997 – Eros
  • 1998 – Crystal Dreams
  • 1999 – Dancing with the Muse
  • 2000 – Allura
  • 2000 – Platinum 2Cd
  • 2001 – Adagio
  • 2001 – Best Dreams Mystic Hits Vol 18
  • 2001 – Brio
  • 2001 – The Best 1990–2000
  • 2004 – Mediterranean Cafe
  • 2005 – Essentials
  • 2009 – Greatest Hits
  • 2011 – Maya (and the Eight Illusions)
  • 2013 – Respect
  • 2014 – Across Any Distance

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-01-19. Retrieved 2013-02-22. 

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