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Lambwool Post album cover
4.90 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Sea of Wheels (7:07)
2. The End of Light (7:55)
3. Buildings (8:08)
4. The Wind Machine (4:31)
5. Factories (6:03)
6. Only Fields (7:11)
7. Air (7:56)

Total Time : 48:51

Line-up / Musicians

- Cyril Laurent / instruments, electronics, effects
- Nicolas Dick / instruments, electronics, effects, mastering
- Bertrand Schacre / additional guitars on "Factories"

Releases information

Released 04 april 2014

Mastered by Nicolas DICK at Le Puits Sonore Studios
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Review by admireArt
5 stars Deep dream like dronescapes flowing through sky level highs and expansive earthly widths.

Lambwool & Nicholas Dick- "POST", 2014.

This release shamelessly shows out how high Lambwool's music composition talents are evolving. Maybe the addition of well known Nicolas DICK (Kill The Thrill/ Stream of Consciousness) atmospheric guitar adds up an electric/earthly touch, enhancing the perfect structuring of each track and their explosive outbursts. (Featuring also Bertrand Schacre / additional guitars on "Factories", track 5).

A seven track release in the electronic music tenor of the Fripp & Eno's, or better yet, Fayman & Fripp's experimental cosmic music recordings, to place it somewhere in the collective progressive electronic minds, but only as a reference in its music-geographical location.

Each track is increasingly hypnotic but above all they are full spirited, energetic and endlessly creative. Beautiful without vanity, deep and spiritual to the core in any shade it comes.

Each track travels its own route and as the perfect vacation, each place outdoes the other and so on, until you just want to start the whole trip again, from the beginning.


*****5 -FULL- PA stars.

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