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|1.||"From The Sea/It Looms (Chapters I & II)" (6:16)|
|2.||"Movements (Chapter III)" (3:51)|
|3.||"Birds On The Tarmac (Footnote III)" (1:17)|
|4.||"Julia (Footnote IV)" (2:24)|
|5.||"Drinking It In Again (Chapter IV)" (3:47)|
|1.||"Trouble (Chapter V)" (part I, II, & III) (5:41)|
|2.||"Envelopes (Chapter VI)" (5:19)|
|3.||"English Oak (Chapter VII)" (4:30)|
|4.||"Ice Cream (Chapter VIII)" (4:47)|
|5.||"It Breaks (Chapter IX)" (2:06)|
You have to admire Leon Vynehall's ambition. Although he built his career by delivering atmospheric, otherworldly club music, his first set for Ninja Tune is a sprawling, largely ambient - or at the very least hazy and horizontal - concept album inspired by the story of his parents emigrating to New York. Thus, the ten tracks that make up the album - crafted from a combination of field recordings, sound effects, orchestral instrumentation recorded at Konk's studio in New York and his own sublime electronics - were produced and sequenced to tell a story. It's epic stuff, all told, but crucially also incredibly good. It proves, without any shadow of a doubt, that Vynehall is a producer with talent to match his widescreen vision.
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