Rhys Marsh And The Autumn Ghost ‎– The Blue Hour

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Termo Records ‎– TERMOCD010
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1 And I Wait
Bass – Jo Fougner SkaansarBass Clarinet – Henning Aschim WienBassoon – Jørgen VieClarinet – Kirsti JacobsenDrums, Effects [Space Echo] – Iver SandøyOboe – Tuva Hatlelid MortensenTuba – Kristoffer LoVoice – Trude EidtangVoice, Guitar – Rhys Marsh
6:59
2 Read The Cards
Bass – Jo Fougner SkaansarDrums [Left], Tambourine, Bells – Martin HorntvethDrums [Right] – Iver SandøyTrombone – Erik JohannessenTrumpet – Hayden PowellTuba – Kristoffer LoVoice, Guitar, Bells – Rhys Marsh
3:25
3 The Movements Of Our Last Farewell
Bass – Jo Fougner SkaansarBass Clarinet – Henning Aschim WienBassoon – Jørgen VieClarinet – Kirsti JacobsenDrums – Iver SandøyOboe – Tuva Hatlelid MortensenTuba – Kristoffer LoVoice, Guitar, Vibraphone – Rhys Marsh
2:24
4 Broken Light
Bass Clarinet – Henning Aschim WienBassoon – Jørgen VieClarinet – Kirsti JacobsenDrums – Iver SandøyOboe – Tuva Hatlelid MortensenTrombone – Erik JohannessenTrumpet – Hayden PowellTuba – Kristoffer LoVoice – Trude EidtangVoice, Guitar, Bass, Mellotron – Rhys Marsh
7:20
5 Wooden Heart
Bass – Jo Fougner SkaansarBass Clarinet – Henning Aschim WienChamberlin – Lars Fredrik FrøislieClarinet – Kirsti JacobsenDrums – Martin HorntvethOboe – Tuva Hatlelid MortensenTrombone – Erik JohannessenTrumpet – Hayden PowellTuba – Kristoffer LoVoice – Trude EidtangVoice, Guitar – Rhys Marsh
3:30
6 Further From The Truth
Bass Clarinet – Henning Aschim WienBassoon – Jørgen VieChamberlin – Lars Fredrik FrøislieClarinet – Kirsti JacobsenDrums – Iver SandøyOboe – Tuva Hatlelid MortensenVoice, Guitar, Bass, Glockenspiel – Rhys Marsh
4:30
7 The Place Where You Lay
Bass – Jo Fougner SkaansarBass Clarinet – Henning Aschim WienBassoon – Jørgen VieClarinet – Kirsti JacobsenDrums – Iver SandøyOboe – Tuva Hatlelid MortensenTimpani – Martin HorntvethTuba, Flugabone – Kristoffer LoVoice, Guitar, Vibraphone – Rhys Marsh
5:26
8 One More Moment
Bass – Jo Fougner SkaansarBass Clarinet – Henning Aschim WienBassoon – Jørgen VieClarinet – Kirsti JacobsenDrums – Iver SandøyOboe – Tuva Hatlelid MortensenTuba, Flugabone – Kristoffer LoVoice – Trude EidtangVoice, Guitar, Zither, Organ [Hammond Organ], Mellotron, Pedal Steel Guitar – Rhys Marsh
9:40

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Packaged in a three panel cardboard sleeve incl. 8 page booklet.

Written, arranged and produced at Autumnsongs Recording Studio.
Recorded at Autumnsongs Recording Studio (Trondheim), Solslottet STudio (Bergen), LFF Studio (Oslo) & Wallpaper (Oslo)

℗ & © 2012 Autumnsongs, licensed to Termo Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 7041880441029
  • Barcode: 7 041880 441029
  • Matrix / Runout: 12-07/3566-0004

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Piotrlerouge

Piotrlerouge

October 31, 2012
This is the third album by the English musician based in Trondheim, Norway. Trondheim is known among other things for its very active musical scene, especially the jazz one. So it's not a wonder that someone like Rhys Marsh has settled down there. What I am more curious about is to find out if its location played a major role in the feelings expressed by our man. Because delicate and thoughtful, melancholic atmospheres habit this new album, quite close to No-Man's climates; even the leader's voice somehow evokes Tim Bowness; semi orchestral arrangements with a predilection for *lesser often used* brass and wind instruments (bass clarinet, oboe, bassoon) are a true pleasure, associated to plaintive other (pedal steel, zither) and a lot more. You will even be able to hear the difference between the mellotron and its forerunner the Chamberlin. A great album with plenty of subtle touches and fragile, languish musical drops of meditative and nostalgic, laid back character!