L. Pierre* ‎– Touchpool

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Melodic ‎– MELO 027 CD
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1 Crush 4:11
2 Rotspots From The Crap Map 6:09
3 Jim Dodge Dines At The Penguin Cafe
Performer [Guest Musician] – Dave McGowan
6:53
4 Baby Breeze
Performer [Guest Musician] – Malcolm Middleton
7:50
5 Fan-Dance 3:28
6 Velbon 2:26
7 Total Horizontal
Performer [Guest Musician] – Alan Wylie
9:46

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Credits

  • Artwork By [Hammock Drawing By] – M. J. Godsal
  • Artwork By [Layout By] – Graphicalhouse
  • Mastered ByCarim Classman*
  • Photography – Nadia Bradley
  • Recorded ByCalum Maclean

Notes

Published by Rykomusic Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 666017097725
  • Matrix / Runout: MELO027CD SP 60816 01

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
melo 027 L. Pierre* Touchpool(LP, Album) Melodic melo 027 UK 2005 Sell This Version
melo 027cd L. Pierre* Touchpool(CDr, Album, Promo) Melodic melo 027cd UK 2005 Sell This Version

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delirium303

delirium303

February 20, 2015

Very nice artworks: CD and Vinyl!
...and very good smooth groove chilled music.

Special release! Great work!
scoundrel

scoundrel

August 3, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

Former Arab Strap member Aidan Moffet resumes his Lucky Pierre guise for TOUCHPOOL, helping the Melodic label live up to its name. “Crush” smothers the atmosphere in melancholy strings and static crackle, melding the modern and classical in what will be a recurring theme on the album. “Baby Breeze” blows in on a shoegazing string-laden cloud, while “Velbon” takes loops a Beethoven sonata. But Moffat also draws from a wide range of influences: the spirit of Ennio Morricone emerges for a showdown at sunset on “Rotspots from the Crap Map,” while “Jim Dodge Dines at the Penguin Café” ventures even further into country-western territory. “Fan-Dance” leaves the continent entirely and becomes a beguiling backdrop for one of Scherazade’s stories. “Total Horizontal” ends the album on a mellow note, reminiscent of the Lemon Jelly track “His Majesty King Raam,” but with a bucolic flavor all of its own.