Btw, the Capella Romana Greek Liturgy CD w/ Organ (released a couple years ago) is pretty good. I think the organ could've been a little quieter at times, but overall a nice CD. With that said though, I would NEVER advocate a parish that doesn't already use an organ to suddenly go out and get one and use it.
You are thinking of the Divine Liturgy of Tikey Zes. They have one other album of his work, which also includes some folk music, but I can't recall the name.
My favourite Capella Romana albums are The Divine Liturgy as set by Michaelides, Arctic Light: Music of the Finnish Orthodox Church, Lay Aside All Earthly Cares (a compendoum of English language music), Gothic Pipes, the recording at St. Catharines in Sinai, The Fall of Constantinople, the two Zes recording, When Augustus Reigned, the Russian Orthodoc Holy Week settings by Steinerg, and of course, the legendary recording of the Divine Liturgy in English lamguahe Byzantine chant, which firmly dispelled the myth that the Byzantine Chant was not compatible with the English language. Alexander Lingas likes dispelling myths. I consider him the foremost choir director, musicologost, and liturgical historian in the Eastern Orthodox Church (his papers on the history of the Cathedral Rite, the Asthmatic Office, were an absolute delight).
A true genius, one of the best minds in the Church today.