Hi Medea! I have been a fan since the MP3.Com days when I had "Surface of the Sun" on my radio station. Great new album - I like "Shame" and "Across the Sky" best but the others are great too. Good luck with the album sales!
Favorite track: Shame.
Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album
Medea's 3rd studio album with 8 new songs packaged in an awesome eco-wallet featuring gorgeous original photography. Supplies are limited so get yours now!
Includes unlimited streaming of Some Other Life
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Streaming + Download
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
"Fronted by the haunting siren calls of Irene Lambrou, the Philadelphia-based Medea has a fresh bunch of spell-casters and a new album ("Some Other Life") to dazzle and intrigue in prog-rock/folk/jazz fashion."
-- J.Takiff, Philadelphia Daily News
"Medea is a complex beast. It's got progressive rock on its mind, a torch-song heart, and the guts of a hard-driving rock band.
Since 1999 the Philadelphia-based group's unlikely combination of styles and tones has attracted a devoted following. At the core is the composing team of Grammy-winning producer Pat Robinson and singer Irene Lambrou. Lambrou's voice is a force of nature, perfectly counterpoised by Robinson's elegant, virtuoso keyboard work. It's an alchemic mixture that brings electric guitar to ethereal folk, marries jazzy elegance to R&B, and puts singer-songwriter acoustic in the middle of a smoky, velvet-wallpapered lounge.
Medea explored this rich terrain on 1999's Dreams and Revelations and 2003's The Miracle Line, both released to critical acclaim. A decade later, the band has returned with Some Other Life, perhaps its most fully formed work yet. The intervening years have only sharpened Medea's edge and extended its range. Lambrou's lyrics reflect further travels down life's road, and the instrumentation adds another layer of power and sophistication, with the electric guitar (and mandolin) of Tony Winkler (Countdown to Ecstasy), and airtight rhythm section of bassist Rich Curtis (Dukes of Destiny) and drummer Pat Domanico (Second Vision).
Some Other Life is light and shade, muscle and mind, comedy and tragedy. If you're new to Medea, Some Other Life will surprise you, no matter your expectations. If you're a longtime fan, it'll reward you with music that's grown as much as you have."
--Matt Ruben, Philadelphia, September 2012
"Some Other Life is the product of two years of hard work. It melds jazz and earthy tones.”
--Jump Philly Magazine
released September 21, 2012
Produced by Pat Robinson. Recorded, mixed & mastered by Pat Robinson at Robinsong Studio, Penndel PA, USA. All songs (c) 2012 Pat Robinson & Irene Lambrou, except Goodbye Budapest (c) 2006 Lambrou. All songs arranged by Medea. Photography by Bill DiCecca.