microphones in the trees: the lamb called light

Thursday, June 12, 2008

the lamb called light

"The Lamb Called Night is for now like a one-night inspiration musical project by Theresa Behnen and Clay Ruby. Both had a late night musical vision, seeing and provoking the lamb, the lamb called night. In the shadows of that late night a semi-religious ritual was set up. With hum Hum the Om-drone vocals, plucked strings and campfire-reminiscent percussion the invitation is expressed. Like former churchvisitors on poison, they now sing for a different holy place, preferably with nature. The female vocals are whispery ; the vocal harmonies are from harmonious to very odd. Some combinations of its kind of religious song inspiration sounds in its sphere, as something in between a very tempered Spires That In the Sunset Rise, with a devotional aspect of course, and Long Live Death, with something of the mystical aspects of the Finnish Lau Nau & Islaja. The second track, listed as “Alleluia”, is a most recognisable song, with drums and percussion, electric bass, acoustic guitar. "Part of The Plan" is done in a semi-Middle Eastern mode, with droning plucked strings. Of course this is also a psychedelic (folk) song. Very good and very enjoyable." psychedelic folk

foto: tanaken

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gran disco!!!

David Tibet said...

Muchas gracias por el disco y mucha suerte a Rafa, para que pueda rescatar cuando antes al pobre gatito.

rafa said...

gracias!!

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Anonymous said...

sorry to bother but it seems the file has since become unavailable. if possible it would be appreciated if it could be re-uploaded, if anyone could. really want to hear this. thank you