coast to coast (YP) g.groove once I dreamed (YP) décomposition avancée approaching (YP) rainbow suprise my socks are unmatched (YP) day at the beach (YP) pastel escape (YP)
it' a new double cd coming soon fusion jazz style all compositions by Yiannis
Yiannis Papayiannis: saxophones, guitar, bass, synthesizers Felix Handschin and Dominique Isselé: drums Uli Heinzler: Bass Adrian Schaeublin: keyboards Tina Wildi: piano, alto sax Vincent Membrez: piano Daniel Kenel, Rick Dobkowski: trumpet Manu Hartmann: vocals
flashback daybreak city lights sidewalk bad Moyo the lost town night flight lonely nights memories skies sliding enigma play your funky music- -till you die sometimes promitheas time's odyssey this night belongs to me in a fragile moment children of the wind first movement alone in the darkness of space driving this night belongs to me the tree we were hurting island in the sun lonely traveler
"Proteas Project" -The quest of Iranon-
it' a new double cd coming soon progressive metal style
all compositions by Yiannis
This cd is dedicated to the great Ancient Hellenic Philosopher "Iraklitos" and to the great American author of fantasy, science fiction and horror, Howard Phillips Lovecraft. Both of them inspired me with their "Parallel Worlds".
Yiannis Papayiannis: guitar, bass, synthesizers and a lot of other weird instruments. Raphael Dreyer: drums Manu Hartmann: vocals
the quest of Iranon the night we burned Chrome alone the tower colony of ice dawn I waked up in- someone else's dream brave years massive attack, the doom- that came to Sarnath rain of stars celephais your last sunset alone in the dark no time to say goodbye the cats of Ulthar straight to the heart wheel tracks
"Sonix" -Zwischen hier und jetzt-
ArtPop music from the songwriter and singer Sonja Wanner, with Yiannis on guitar and soprano saxophone, recording and mixing, Music producer: Yiannis Papayiannis
"Ron Cartel" (Former singer of "Tower of Power") -Don't Make The Monkey Drunk- CD Label: Blues Boulevard blues-soul-gospel mood with Yianni playing the tenor sax in the "Horns Session"
"Necromantia" -Black Arts Lead to Everlasting Sins- by "unisound records" death metal band with Yianni playing various instruments
"Necromantia" -Ancient Pride- by "osmose productions" death metal band with Yianni playing various instruments
"Necromantia" -Crossing the Heavy Path- by "osmose productions" death metal band with Yianni playing various instruments
"Markus Gisin" -Hotel Mama-
Rock-Funk-Blues with Yianni playing the tenor, alto and Bariton sax in the "Horns Session" Horns arrangment, mixing and mastering by Yiannis Recording: Daniel Schneider and Yiannis mp3 sample from Hotel Mama song
"Zoolixo" by "E2" compositions of Yiorgos Makris in kind of Frank Zappa style with Yianni playing the horns
"Featherlike" -heavy feathers- by "helium records" from Chris Weber playing in the Horns sessions on "Scent Of Spring"
....various recordings and Cds from the times of studio "Sinena".... mp3's
The quest of Iranon (and the eternal youth of Iranon)
summary: The story is about a golden-haired youth who wanders into the city of Teloth, telling tales of the great city of Aira, where he was prince. While Iranon enjoys singing and telling his tales of wonder, few appreciate it. When a disenfranchised boy named Romnod suggests leaving Teloth to go to the famed city of Oonai (which he thinks may be Aira, now under a different name), Iranon takes him up on his offer. Iranon and Romnod spend years on their journey to Oonai. Along the way, Romnod grows up while Iranon remains exactly the same. Eventually they reach Oonai, which Iranon is disappointed to discover is not Aira. Iranon is loved by the people in Oonai, however, so he stays there even though he still desires to return to Aira. As the years pass, people appreciate him less and less, and he is eventually upstaged by dancers from the desert. By this point, Romnod has grown old and has become a drunkard. After Romnod's death, Iranon decides to leave Oonai and continue his search for Aira. Eventually Iranon comes across an old shepherd and asks him if he knows of Aira. The shepherd tells him that he has indeed heard of it, for in his youth there was a beggar's boy who had always talked about it. The boy, who thought he was a prince, was laughed at by everyone and ran away. With the truth revealed, that Aira was merely a figment of his imagination, Iranon loses his eternal youth. Now aged significantly, Iranon wanders into the quicksands to his death.
......and in the twilight, as the stars came out one by one and the moon cast on the marsh a radiance like that which a child sees quivering on the floor as he is rocked to sleep at evening, there walked into the lethal quicksands a very old man in tattered purple, crowned with whithered vine-leaves and gazing ahead as if upon the golden domes of a fair city where dreams are understood.
That night something of youth and beauty died in the elder world.....