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- Glad Hours In The Green Lanes Volume One by Sedayne
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Big news for all you Reverb Worship fans this week as the label hit us with six new releases. Sedayne's 'Glad Hours In The Green Lane' is just one and sees folky experimentalist (and master storyteller) Sean Breadin wiggin' out on seven epic tunes composed and recorded at the back end of 2009. Each of these tracks clock in at around the eight minute mark (with some as long as sixteen minutes) so you most definitely get your money's worth, especially if you are a fan of medieval musings, jazz and experimental folk. Opener 'Preludium & Suibhne Tertius Auris' sets the tone for what's to come, combining elements of drone, psych and jazz whilst invoking the British countryside and times past. The didgeridoo makes a little appearance as well as the saxophone, a variety of string instruments, hand drums and organ type devices. The resulting sound is one of absolute musical freeness without shirking on the melodies, an aspect often neglected in improvised music. Excellent and (as with all Reverb Worship releases) limited stuff.
Roger Linney said:
After releasing the Venereum Arvum 'A Pentacle Of Pips' cd a few years ago, I really wanted to do another release with Sean.So here it is.This is 'Glad Hours In The Green Lanes ~ Volume 1' by Sedayne.This cd clocks in at almost 70 minutes and features seven tracks.At first Sean considered releasing this music as four seperate EP's.He eventually chose to release the music as two seperate cds which in my opinion is a great idea.It goes without saying that the music contained on this cd (and on Volume 2 which will be released at a later date) is totally superb.Mostly recorded using acoustic instrumentation composed and performed in november 2009.The cd comes in a limited hand numbered edition of 50 copies with artwork by Sean himself.
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