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Only now it scours the ocean floor, a ghost from some ancient wreckage clawing silt and coral into musical rebirth. Thus the album offers its first of a handful of reprises from The Sea , including also Nos.
II and IX. The latter tune treats us to some rare strumming from Rypdal for a webbed, Bill Frisell-like effect. Other tracks link back to further group collaborations. This in turn elicits from Rypdal a crispness of his own as he carves out a fiercely melodic solo.
His is a physiological bed made up in sheets of gold. This has a different quality with only a piano to back it. One can almost see it relegated to the corner of a nondescript tavern, even as it blasts its message across tundra and sand. Three standalones round out the set. Rypdal navigates its chordal landscape with his eyes closed and his pick telepathically attuned to every change in wind.
It offers just enough reprieve. Even at its most sensitive, the duo maintains an epic quality to its playing. About as good as it gets from either man, and a sheer joy to have them—and no one else—together at last. The Light. The more he creates, the less ornamental his music becomes, so that here we have distilled melodies and grander human themes that can breathe.
The strength of this record, then, lies in its personnel. Indeed, these songs would seem to reference the great lieder of European art music in spirit, albeit by means of a more translucent architecture. Moments of unity abound elsewhere. Driven into the terrain with the unmistakable track: grass, written asunder.
Here there is a more grounded sense of architecture. And while some of it remains activated by water, for the most part it observes as it feels: on high ground.
It is not a boat but an observatory, which allows the eyes to look freely into the heavens where feet and oars may not progress. The resonance of the recording takes lantern shape. As such, it flickers without ever losing hold of wick, a moment of dance lost as quickly as it fades. Much of this light comes through in song titles alone. One can almost hear those distant cries, swooning electric between the clouds.
Only at the end does he leap skyward through the narrow eye of a shooting star. Let us know here. Need more information on this product? Click here. Available to order, but is likely to take longer than usual to despatch Despatch Information This despatch estimate is based on information from both our own stock and the UK supplier's stock.
The Light is about mysteries of love, a recurring theme in the work of John Donne which sets 11 of his poems.
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