GENERAL INFORMATION ===================== Album: Luther Artist: Johan Tronestam Year: 2017 Genre / Style: Electronic / New Age / Berlin School / Downtempo DESCRIPTION ================== The idea for the album Luther started in 2015 after visiting Wartburg. It was a mighty feeling to enter the room where Martin Luther translated the New Testament from Latin to German. The translation gave citizens the opportunity to have their own relationship with God and to reflect on the written word, which was not possible before. This album is a musical interpretation of the historical person Luther at a time when everything was changing. Martin Luther chose the monastic life because of a thunderstorm. He promised to give his life to God if he was saved. In 1507, Martin Luther was primed and 1508 he began teaching theology at Wittenberg University. He later ended up in a serious confrontation with the Catholic church. He despised the way the church ruled the people with greed and corruption, and held them in fear of hellfire. Luther believed that people should be able to have their own relationship with God, and the right to feel safe and loved. My musical interpretation is not made to offend or hurt anyone. The project is an interpretation of what is historically documented. I have for example visited the Vatican City and Wartburg. It has inspired me. Best wishes û Johan Tronestam ; https://tronestam-syngate.bandcamp.com/album/luther FILE INFORMATION ===================== Number of Tracks: 8 Total Duration: 1:08:29 Total Size: 407 MBs (including scan, m3u, audiochecker, spectrums, and txt) Parity Archive: Yes, 7% Ripped By: NMR Files Created on: NMR Ripped With: NMR Encoded At: lossless, FLAC / 44.1 KHz ID3 Tags: Yes TXT Created: 8 August 2019 Tracklist ---------------------------- 01) Chosen 02) Bad Feelings 03) To Rome 04) Come Closer 05) Conflict 06) Excommunicated 07) The Liberation 08) Legacy POSTING ===================== Reposting Rules: Please wait at least 48 hours before requesting additional pars or reposting. Also try deleting then reloading your headers first and/or using the nzb file. Send any notes/comments/requests to the .new-age group or I might not see it.