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Wild Swan

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012
Track listing: Nights Are made For Dreaming; Windfall; Wild Swan; Blue, Red and Grey; The Peacocks (A Timeless Place); Eternal Ebb And Flow; Leopard Print Shoes; I Could Tell You; The Sea, My Sea; Several Times In The Past Week; My Wish; Suzanne.

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Vampire Suit at Barbes in NYC - March 27th

Vampire Suit at Barbes in NYC - March 27th

Vampire Suit is excited to announce the imminent release of 'A New Song', a follow up to 'Gaze at Your Omphalos', its debut release from 2004. In support of the new release, Vampire Suit will perform at Barbes, 376 9th St., Brooklyn on March 27th at 10:00 pm. The group consists of: Jay Vilnai - guitar ...

Gaze At Your Omphalos

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2005
Track listing: The Visit of the Queen Of Sheba (5:22), A Great Light (10:54), Moonbow (6:50), Ophelia (7:57), Fana (6:47), Lullaby (10:19), Campfire Dance (7:08), Diana (5:40), Baklava (5:44)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jay Vilnai's Vampire Suit: Gaze At Your Omphalos

Read "Gaze At Your Omphalos" reviewed by Budd Kopman

No, I don't know where the name “Vampire Suit comes from, except perhaps that “vampire brings to mind Transylvania (and Bela Lugosi), but also Eastern Europe and the folk music of its people. In fact, there are musical connections among the entire swath of lands and peoples from the Black Sea to the tip of Arabia. ...


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