Beth Orton: Weather Alive [Vinyl 1LP]

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Indie Pop / Avant Pop / Muzyka alternatywna
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kontynent: Ameryka Północna
kraj: USA
opakowanie: Singlefoldowe etui

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Weather Alive - Beth Orton's first album in over six years . CD housed in a cardboard wallet with foldout lyric poster.
Through the writing of these songs and the making of this music, I found my way back to the world around me – a way to reach nature and the people I love and care about. This record is a sensory exploration that allowed for a connection to a consciousness that I was searching for. Through the resonance of sound and a beaten up old piano I bought in Camden Market while living in a city I had no intention of staying in, I found acceptance and a way of healing.” - Beth Orton
Beth Orton describes Weather Alive, her most personal album to date, as “a collaboration with time – of someone struggling to make sense. And in that struggle, something beautiful got made.”
For Orton, music re-emerged in the past several years as a tethering force, even when her own life felt more tumultuous than ever. After wrestling with mysterious health issues for years, she turned a major corner in 2014 when at long last she received a correct diagnosis and was able to begin managing her condition with medication. However, Orton found this newfound clarity almost as disempowering as the mystery of her inexplicable illness because it waylaid her sense of self, and when strange occurrences persisted, she was only able to process them through long periods of making music at the upright piano installed in a shed in her garden.
These sessions in solitude turned into the eight-track Weather Alive, the first album Orton has self-produced in her 30-year career. The piano spoke to Orton, holding an emotional resonance she wasn’t able to explore with guitar. Indeed, the first notes of the album-opening title track usher the listener into an expansive, emotive and dream-like world of sound with little precedence in Orton’s prior work, and through the writing of these songs and the making of this music, Orton found her way back to the world around her.
Orton’s close collaborators on Weather Alive include Tom Skinner (Sons of Kemet, The Smile) on drums and Tom Herbert on bass, with additional players adding nuance and color to the music: Shahzad Ismaily on guitar, drums, harmonica, bass and Moog, Sam Beste on vibraphone, Francine Perry on synths, and Alabaster dePlume on saxophone.
Weather Alive - Beth Orton's first album in over six years - is out on 23rd September on Partisan Records.

Beth Orton: MIDI Controller, Electric Piano, Loops, Electronics, Body Percussion, Vocals, Piano
Body Percussion, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Electric Guitar, Harmonica, Percussion, Bass – Shahzad Ismaily
Backing Vocals, Electric Guitar – Grey McMurray
Synthesizer – Francine Perry
Piano, Vibraphone – Sam Beste
Synthesizer, Mellotron, Backing Vocals, Flute – Jesse Chandler
Saxophone – Alabaster DePlume
Bass – Tom Herbert
Drums, Drum Programming, Drums – Tom Skinner
Double Bass – Ali Friend
Drums, Bass – Chris Vatalaro
Synthesizer – Dustin O'Halloran
Trombone – Aaron Roche
Saxophone – Stuart Bogie

A1. Weather Alive
A2. Friday Night
A3. Fractals
A4. Haunted Satellite
A5. Forever Young
A6. Lonely
A7. Arms Around a Memory
A8. Unwritten

wydano: Sep 23, 2022



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Weather Alive [Vinyl 1LP]
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