CD £10.49 SL07
CD in foldy package with bonus 3" remix CD (ft. Declining Winter, Epic 45 etc.) on Second Language.
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This extraordinarily lovely CD is the 7th release on Glen Johnson's Second Language imprint. Sarah Kemp plays violin for Last Harbour, Fieldhead & Leeds' cherished Declining Winter amongst others. This solo project sees her create evocative & moving instrumental music that prominently features her sweet, wistful, longing violin embellished with tenor acoustic guitar & occasional piano. It largely falls into the realms of neo-classical loveliness but I think I'd describe this beauty more as pastoral chamber folk. It sounds distinctly English, conjuring images of dusty country lanes, woodland nature, fields and trees being buffered by strong breezes. There shouldn't be a soul about to disturb a thing as you sink into the majestic warmth of these tunes. There is a slight air of melancholy to the music but also a wide-eyed wonderment. Snippets of playful, crackly dialogue can suddenly interrupt a song, there the playing becoming more jaunty & innocent. 'For Every Day You Lost' is a modern treasure. It really warms my cockles that we sell music like this. A cherishable escape from the modern world, tenderly played, expertly crafted. Lovely packaging too & we have an EXCLUSIVE bonus 3" CD with remixes by Epic 45, Declining Winter & many others. It's called 'Woodwork' and won't be about for long. Definitely one for fans of Rachels et al.
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