Solo album of Tony Wakeford (Sol Incictus, Death In June, Orchestra Noir) inspired by the verses of Polish-Ukrainian Jewish poetess Zuzanna Ginczanka. Over 2000 years ago, the Roman poet Horace wrote this line. Its poignant defiance of human mortality and faith in the transcending power of art rings out down the ages, finding an echo in this new work from Tony Wakeford, best known as the founder of seminal English dark folk band Sol Invictus. "Not All Of Me Will Die" is Tony Wakeford's fourth solo studio album. It commemorates the life and work of the Polish-Ukrainian Jewish poetess Zuzanna Ginczanka, who was executed by the Gestapo in Kraków in 1944. All of the album's lyrics are based on Ginczanka's verses. As with his last solo outing, 2007's "Into The Woods", Tony Wakeford is joined here by a range of guest musicians and vocalists, including avant-garde composer Susan Matthews and members of Orchestra Noir, Zunroyz and Sol Invictus.
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|InfraRot item number:||2004.246|
|Label's catalogue number:||FR023|
|1.||Non Omnias Moriar
|3.||Fullness Of August