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|1.||"Through The Field Beyond The Trees Lies The Ocean" (1:58)|
|2.||"Greendrive #2" (5:32)|
|3.||"Journey To Inchcape" (3:33)|
|4.||"(Welter) In The Haar" (2:32)|
|5.||"Dreamt The Breakers Spill" (4:09)|
|1.||"Flight Of The Cormorant" (5:30)|
|2.||"Westway Nocturne" (4:40)|
|3.||"Mariner's Hymn" (4:47)|
|4.||"Adrift Below A Constellation" (4:24)|
Athens of the North takes a surprise turn, briefly eschewing their usual funk, soul and jazz in favour of something far more visceral and musically intriguing. It comes from Scottish writer, producer and instrumentalist Andrew Mitchell under the Andrew Wasylyk alias, and it is the result of a commission from a historic house in Scotland to create new music for their restored, 19th century Erard Grecian harp. While that instrument is an ever present, it rarely dominates; instead, Mitchell has served up a joyously laidback and atmospheric collection of compositions that variously draw on Bob James style jazz-funk, British library music, Eno-style ambient movements, homemade field recordings, drowsy jazz, brass bands, modern classical and Gaelic folk. In a word: spellbinding.
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