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Label & Cat.Number: Faraway Press FP021
Release Year: 2012
Note: 49 atmospheric miniatures by ANDREW CHALK, so slow & nostalgic - comes in an extreme beautiful handmade cover (very thick cardboard with extra innersleeve connected to a wood-spine to get it out) - a very special release of stunning & timeless beauty
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €18.00
More InfoPackaged in an elaborate handmade slipcase with a Japanese language obi strip. Exactly the same style as the recent "Violin By Night" LP, ie. super thick sturdy slipcase/box with a dowelling spine and a full colour inner sleeve. All copies handmade by Andrew Chalk. Mastered at Skye Mastering, September 2012. Faraway Press (FP021).
"So the ink hasn’t dried up yet on the review of the last Andrew Chalk CD in Vital Weekly and there’s already a new one. Talk about being productive! This album contains no less than 49 tracks, all ranging between half a minute and two minutes. As such you would expect a fragmented listening affair, but not so. Even though the sounds are far more diverse than on Mutsu no hana (his previous album on An’archives), there is a coherence that is very satisfying. Somehow, it passes its 44 minutes in one flow. Smooth and relaxing, but also demanding attention. Droney, but with much air around the music. There’s keyboards-a-plenty, but all with different sounds, some concrete sounds, other instruments, adding up to this most fascinating play. Play this random and you’ll get an instant new composition. The 49 views are packed in a handmade oversized slipcase (much like Raymond Dijkstra’s albums) with embossed picture on the front and obi with Andrew’s name and album title in Japanese. In all, 400 copies are available. I know I was very enthusiastic about Andrew’s previous album, but I’m beginning to feel I like this one even more." [FK/Vital Weekly]
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