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Tales From the King's Court

by Maegi

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cmbaer A treat for everyone who likes progressive/power/melodic metal. This band is extremely underrated, or rather, not well-known enough in relation to the quality of the music. Great album, make sure to check out others as well, plus the Neverland albums. Favorite track: Hallowed are the Ori.
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northernguy Fantastic Song! Fantastic Album! Really love it! Thanks for it. Favorite track: Coming Home.
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Coming Home 04:44
Make it Rain 04:35


I make albums as a professional hobby.

Thank you for listening to my music.

This is a very personal album. I wrote Make it Rain for my dying father (who sadly passed away 18 days after the release of this album). Again, I tried to work with my heroes. Members of Shadow Gallery, Symphony X and other local (and my fav) artists joined me on this one.

You can find merchandise at www.teepublic.com/t-shirts/elfogi


released September 20, 2016

Oganalp Canatan - Vocals, guitars, keyboards
Mike LePond - Bass
Joe Nevolo - Drums
Gary Wehrkamp - Guest Guitars
Alper Sarioglu - Guest Guitars
Mertcan Ozbakir - Guest Guitars
Onur Ozkoc - Guest Guitars
Ozan Alparslan - Backing Vocals, Piano
Dicle Su Han - Backing Vocals

Edited by Oganalp Canatan
Mixed by Erim Arkman
Mastered by Jens Bogren


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Maegi Toronto, Ontario

After working so many years with Dreamtone and Dreamtone & Iris Mavraki's Neverland, I could no longer hold back the urge to do something of my own. Something fresh, yet old-school. Something that nodded to my heavy metal, progressive metal past. Maegi is the fruit of that idea that was lingering in my head for years. As Dreamtone dissolved into nothingness, my emotions turned into Maegi. ... more

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