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Sanguine

30 Jan. 2007 | Format: MP3

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1:16
30
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2:01
30
3
1:17
30
4
2:32
30
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1:44
30
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2:02
30
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2:23
30
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1:45
30
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1:30
30
10
0:35
30
11
3:15
30
12
1:49
30
13
2:03
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8d323144) out of 5 stars 1 review
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d089744) out of 5 stars An early EP from J Barwick reissued 15 Jan. 2014
By William Merrill - Published on Amazon.com
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(5 stars for creativity, 3.5 stars for enjoyability)

After enjoying Julianna Barwick's 2013 album Nepenthe so much (it was one of my favorites of the whole year), I decided to go back and check out some of her earlier work. Sanguine was her very first publicly released recording (per Wiki-P), initially out in 2006 and reissued on CD and LP in 2012. While it has thirteen "songs," many are only a minute or two long, for a total EP length of 25 minutes. These are separate and individual pieces of music, but they are also very improvisatory in nature, especially the "unt" themes. Often created by looping and varying a vocal line in different ways (layered, staggered, harmonizing, even beat-box), these songs are worth a listen, but they don't have the structure, scope, and lasting quality of Ms Barwick's current music.
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