The Rest, I Leave To The Poor by Plinth/Textile Ranch

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The Rest, I Leave To The Poor by Plinth/Textile Ranch
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9/10 Phil 30 October 2008
Got some nice stuff to review this week. The Textile Ranch/ Plinth CD on Make Mine Music is up next and I'm taken by the cover. Nice brown cardboard affair with some crazy whacked out picture of bird man on there smothered with embossed red text. Doesn't sound very interesting I'm sure but the words aren't flowing today. I can assure you it looks lovely.... Textile Ranch is Glen Johnson and Plinth is a chap called M Tanner. This also features the guy from Klima doing his thing all over the place (not entirely sure what that is but it does sound nice...) Tanner and Johnson lobbed ideas, files and tracks through our very Royal Mail to each other til this 44 minute beast was spawned from their collective brain organ. It's not a split CD then... more of a collaboration. It's called 'The Rest I Leave To The Poor' by the way. I always forget to do the title thing. Worra goon. This is probably one of the best things I've heard on the label. It starts off all xmassy and seasonal with it's ample twinkles and then it traverses a more haunting style with wierd ethereal sounding vocals shitting my ears up. The twinkles re appear though and they continue along a neo clasical train of beauty picking up electronic passengers playing acoutic guitars. This is seriously a very lovely thing as it's just so damned good from start to end. Highly recommended!!

8/10 richard g

Rather nice one big long track, some vocal samples, some nice strings, some scratchy sounds. suprisingly good to work to or lay around looking at clouds and stuff. like the old Piano Magic stuff before they turned into the rather good rock band that they are.


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