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    Max de WardenerWhere I Am Today

    Label:Accidental – AC11CD
    Format:
    CD, Album, Canvas covered book-style packaging
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Modern Classical, IDM, Ambient

    Tracklist

    1Luster4:37
    2Automata
    Other [Tin Toys Supplied By]Virginia Ironside
    2:58
    3Until My Blood Is Pure
    Organ [St. Margarets Church, Putney]Dorian Ford
    2:52
    4Noises From A Small Planet
    Singing Bowls [Cloud Chamber Bowls]Rowan Oliver
    5:05
    5Minutia
    French HornEd Corn
    RecorderLeo Chadburn
    3:27
    6Wire
    Percussion [Wires]Tim Giles
    3:05
    7Snowflakes
    DrumsLeo Taylor
    French HornEd Corn
    Other [Transistor Radios]Rowan Oliver
    Piano, Bass, Other [Transistor Radios]Max de Wardener
    4:42
    8Americaca1:53
    9Hundreds And Thousands
    Organ [St. Margarets Church, Putney]Dorian Ford, Max de Wardener
    4:28
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    Notes

    CD is held by a card inner which is glued along one edge to back inside cover of a canvas-finished book format package. The CD therefore flips along with the 6-page booklet stapled into the "book".

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 827884000922

    Other Versions (1)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Where I Am Today (CD, Album, Promo)AccidentalAC11CD PROMOUK2004

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    scoundrel
    Max de Wardener's debut, WHERE I AM TODAY, starts with the twinkling of "Luster" before switching to the more sonically dense "Automata," which spins around like a gleeful robot. The pipe organ of "Until My Blood Is Pure" brings in a delicacy that's almost reverent in its structure, a feeling that extends into the melancholy ringing and static of "Noises From A Small Planet." "Minutia" returns to a major key, and "Snowflakes" stays understated with its lower tones. The album closes with the growing grandeur of "Hundreds And Thousands," which mixes the electronics with the pipe organ to great effect. This is definitely where my ears are today.