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time seems to stand still and the air thickens and wraps tightly around you.
Sometimes a warm blanket; sometimes a shroud. These ten compositions have
an intensity and economy which is both uncompromising and fiercely original.
Mr Adey's passionate dark brown voice inhabits this strangely unsettling
music like a ghost in search of breath and flesh and bone to fill the void.
That it is not the easiest listen should be no bar to discovery. With repeated
acquaintance the territory becomes negotiable and the form and shape of his
inventions gets a grip on your spirit and imagination and just won't let go.
Following a haunting introduction (the gently pulsing electronic instrumental
'A Few Seconds Have Passed') the deeply melancholic first song 'Laughing' unfolds
like a quasi-Elizabethan dirge; disturbing but profoundly beautiful in its own way.
No-less-so the stripped-down but perfectly structured 'Just Wait Till I Get You
Home' with its pastoral synth and vocal punctuation marks. A sublime confection.
The sparkling soundscape 'With Tongues' is a curious diversion featuring spare
percussion and Helena MacGlip's wordless angelic voice dipping in and out of focus.
The final track 'Tomorrow', however, is perhaps the project's true highlight.
A moving conclusion with something approaching hope and redemption at its heart.
Mr Adey is to be warmly congratulated for his singularly affecting vision.
After my first listen I thought, wow ! what a follow up. My 2nd and 3rd listening on the train to uni via my Ipod, I was left a bit undecided, however after subsequent listening the album has really come to life. It really is a brilliant recording.
It was recorded in a couple of churches in Edinburgh, and the recording has captured the natural reverb and ambience.
It has a nice intimate feel to it, almost like the guy's playing in your room, or you're sat at the back of the church watching.
A nice choice of instrumentation too, I love mellotron and I like the way it's mixed with live violins etc.
My only minor criticism is that the album is a bit on the short side, coming in about 35 minutes or so, but other than that, it is highly recommended.
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The female vocal is utterly dire, pointless and detracts from the opening track.Read more