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Howe & Seaman - Minor Distance (2014)

Howe & Seaman - Minor Distance (2014)

Artist: Howe & Seaman
Title Of Album: Minor Distance
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Cotton Goods Records
Genre: Electroacoustic, Ambient, Neoclassical
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 78:12 min
Total Size: 188 MB
WebSite: boomkat


CD 1: by Bill Seaman and Daniel Howe

01. Improbability (04:52)
02. Minor Distance (04:58)
03. Theoretical Archictectures & Scratched Films (05:08)
04. Transduction (04:07)
05. From The Sevens (04:01)
06. Thanatopsis (03:26)
07. TreBucher (Trap) (04:54)
08. Entropy Restructure (04:44)
09. Dialogics (05:07)
10. Zorns Lemma (04:56)
11. Entanglement (02:58)

CD 2: remixes from The Humble Bee

01. Improbability (08:12)
02. Theoretical Archictectures & Scratched Films (07:22)
03. Dialogics (07:01)
04. Zorns Lemma (06:28)

Edition of 95 individually numbered copies, only 70 available for sale. Double CD edition housed in bespoke book packaging with fold-out print insert - each copy is completely unique, no two are alike. This Edition includes a second CD of remixes from Cotton Goods head honcho The Humble Bee as well as an instant download for both discs when purchased* This collaboration between Bill Seaman and Daniel Howe came about after the pair exchanged ideas and recordings while both where travelling separately - in effect making for an album recorded between North Carolina, Seoul, Bremen, Frankfurt, Berlin, Hong Kong, Thailand, Mainland China and New York - covering a bit more than the "Minor Distances" referred to in the title. The recordings began life with Howe's improvised guitar recordings and Seaman's simple Piano loops - before being dissected and manipulated into the kind of delicate electro-accoustic arrangements synonymous with the whole Cotton Goods aesthetic. The album also features Trumpet parts recorded by Robert Ellis-Geiger (who also mastered the album), and an additional disc of re-works by Craig Tattersall, aka The Humble Bee, who does a typically wonderful job of imbuing proceedings with delicate wonder. His version of "Improbability" in particular sounds like an extract from The Remote Viewer's gorgeous "Let Your Heart Draw A Line" - a thing rent with so much delicate beauty as to make this whole package required listening for any of you who have followed Tattersall, or indeed Cotton Goods in the past.

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jojo5   User offline   28 June 2014 06:53

Thank you very much!!!!!!!!!!

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