Posts Tagged: Quiet World

Banks Bailey ~ Entrances

When I first visited Arizona a number of years ago, I was naive.  I figured I’d be able to pick up some great music in Phoenix for my drive to the Grand Canyon: something evocative and distinctly desert in feel.  I

Banks Bailey ~ Entrances

When I first visited Arizona a number of years ago, I was naive.  I figured I’d be able to pick up some great music in Phoenix for my drive to the Grand Canyon: something evocative and distinctly desert in feel.  I

Ian Holloway ~ These Clockwork Tides

Ian Holloway goes the solo route on his tribute to the Gower Peninsula in South Wales, where he makes his home.  One can imagine him walking the beach, picking up driftwood, righting an upside-down turtle, searching the tidal pools for octopi

Ian Holloway ~ These Clockwork Tides

Ian Holloway goes the solo route on his tribute to the Gower Peninsula in South Wales, where he makes his home.  One can imagine him walking the beach, picking up driftwood, righting an upside-down turtle, searching the tidal pools for octopi

Ian Holloway, Rhodri Thomas & Stephen Jones ~ Simple Ghosts & Lazy Old Bones

Simple Ghosts & Lazy Bones sounds just like its title.  It’s a tiny bit haunted, but the ghosts are benign; and it took three years to complete, but it did get done.  The album sets it own pace, like a colorful

Ian Holloway, Rhodri Thomas & Stephen Jones ~ Simple Ghosts & Lazy Old Bones

Simple Ghosts & Lazy Bones sounds just like its title.  It’s a tiny bit haunted, but the ghosts are benign; and it took three years to complete, but it did get done.  The album sets it own pace, like a colorful

Sujo ~ Eilat

Let’s get the obvious observation out of the way first.  Sujo‘s Eilat may be a Quiet World release, but it sure ain’t quiet.  After a minute of low end hum, cascading crumbles of radio interference begin to crash the party.

Sujo ~ Eilat

Let’s get the obvious observation out of the way first.  Sujo‘s Eilat may be a Quiet World release, but it sure ain’t quiet.  After a minute of low end hum, cascading crumbles of radio interference begin to crash the party.