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brantly This ended up being my most listened to LP of '20. The LP is gorgeously at one with my surroundings and as Eno always desired, works perfectly with headphones on during a long dog walk where I am super focused on the music, or lying on the couch with the cats kinda paying attention, or as I cook, passively interacting with the LP in background. It's an interwoven tapestry of subtle electronic ebbs and flows, and pulsing waves of measured ambience.
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J.A.F.O. conjures up the terrifying Romantic notion of magnitude and brooding intention....for me, at least Favorite track: Brohm Ridge.
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Andrew Murphie One of the best albums from one of the best artists (well, for me, the best .. this is perfectly formed, deeply affecting and incredibly well produced music). Fromme is a truly great track, but it's all pretty wonderful. Favorite track: Fromme.
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Black Tusk 10:15
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Fromme 07:42
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Stave Peak 06:53
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Névé 08:06
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Brohm Ridge 11:31
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A second edition of the 2011 album with new artwork, an additional track - Black Tusk (Descent) - and remastered by James Plotkin. Available on vinyl for the first time and available again on CD.

"...the seemingly stoic music on this album, which progresses with nature’s inevitability... may be threatening at times, but it is also comforting..." - HEADPHONE COMMUTE

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released April 1, 2011

Mastered by James Plotkin
Graphic Design by Craig McCaffrey
Cover Photos: Scott Morgan, 2003
© Scott Morgan, 2011/2020

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