Tuesday, 18 August 2009

The Laughing Light Of Plenty

A collaborative project between Rub'n'Tug's Thomas Bullock (who also records as Bobby Marie and Map of Africa for WWW) and Eddie Ruscha (who spent time in Medicine, Maids of Gravity and Future Pigeon). "The Rose" is simply one of the most splendid tracks of the summer. Opening with a mélange of bells and infinitely sustained piano chords that might be out of a Pharaoh Sanders early '70s jazz effort, and adding on a guitar lick that percolates like Mr. Coffee, it only takes off from there. Once Ruscha's voice comes in talking about "electric shadow, a full moon in my bed," the song elevates somewhere between spiritual jazz, a bananas disco dance floor cut and the Alan Parsons Project. The piano stutters, the bass slides down and then the whole thing bursts forth anew with ping-ponging squelches and other sorts of analog orgasmic madness,making for one of the most satisfying 12-inches of the year.Click On Right Hand Arrow To Download...

The Laughing Light of Plenty - The Rose by piece together music


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