Labradford ‎– E Luxo So

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krank 037 Labradford E Luxo So(CD, Album) Kranky krank 037 US 1999 Sell This Version
BFFP157cd Labradford E Luxo So(CD, Album) Blast First BFFP157cd UK 1999 Sell This Version
BFFP157CD, BFFP157cd, bffp157cd Labradford E Luxo So(CD, Album) Blast First, Blast First, Blast First BFFP157CD, BFFP157cd, bffp157cd UK 1999 Sell This Version
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abffp157cd Labradford E Luxo So(CD, Album, Promo) Blast First abffp157cd UK 1999 Sell This Version
krank 037 Labradford E Luxo So(CD, Album, Promo) Kranky krank 037 US 1999 Sell This Version
krank 037 Labradford E Luxo So(LP, Album) Kranky krank 037 US 1999 Sell This Version
BFFP 157 Labradford E Luxo So(LP, Album) Blast First BFFP 157 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
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m50

m50

September 20, 2016
referencing E Luxo So, LP, Album, krank 037
I think there may be some sort of mastering / cutting issue with this version, some loud sections seem to have strange distortions
notec

notec

March 10, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing E Luxo So, CD, Album, krank 037
WITH RECORDINGS AS soothing as this - once you allow yourself to slip into E luxo so - the trance of the first song - you'll be surprised at how quickly 39 minutes goes floating by. Truly one of the most finely sculpted sounds in modern music today.

LABRADFORD do one thing right - Everything. Chris Johnson returns playing strings as this trio from Richmond, Virginia not only expand their sound - they benchmark it. Six timeless non-titled tracks (no names per se) explore and reveal a sensory world with infinite boundaries. And as climatologists - it's the meditative sound that LABRADFORD have pinpointed: layering juxtaposed elements of orchestral ambience into a dynamic audio/visual experience. Carter Brown's piano solo's are a thing of simplistic elegance. Using found sounds as on track 3 LABRADFORD impart to the listener an audio metaphor half way into the piece stopping the piano/string section docu-drama with what sounds like the entering of a railcar - an imprint for us to climb aboard - without disrupting the flow. Mark Nelson's guitar swirls about intercellular. Here we find a "page-turner" easy to read with many great stories inside....