JONATHAN COLECLOUGH / TIM HILL – Beech For John And Miho

(Sea Pool)

Originally published as an extremely limited edition CDR, this gorgeous release is finally seeing the light of officiality thanks to the Japanese Sea Pool label. A single, beautiful droning mantra – born from a 15 minute segment made for a private wedding CD – by the ever deep-digging Coleclough, whose sound sources are not revealed (like those who belong to the Ora/Mirror/Organum/Monos circle often do, for the better) even if one could guess that there are a lot of strings and bowed metals à la David Jackman. “Beech for John and Miho” is more consonant than Organum, though; its vibrating force can be thoroughly enjoyed at high volume in a large room, the body completely absorbed in the natural reverb of your place; nevertheless, this 74 minute piece can also work finely as a lower-volume soundtrack for mental abandon, that very moment in which you might want to shut everything (and everyone) else off your existence. There aren’t excuses to miss it, now.

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