Label: Glitterhouse Musikverlag - GRLP 822 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album CD • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Indie Pop
Songwriters Micah Rabwin and Sean Ogilvie constructed the ten songs with a journey in In Qontrol Anthem 2006 - Mark EG - Music For A Harder Generation Volume 4. The result is a concept album described on its crowdsourcing web page as "a story of sails and shorelines, seas and dreams.
Employing a wide range of instruments, including electric guitars, synths, strings, woodwinds, glockenspiel, French horn, and more -- even sounds of water "The Open Sea" and gulls "Along the Shore" -- the colorful but not cluttered sound is diligently arranged by Ogilvie and Rabwin and mixed by studio veteran Tony Lash Elliott SmithHellogoodbye.
They achieve lushness with a still tangible, folky substance; ghosts of traditional music creep through, as on the stomping rhythms and distinct saw and accordion sounds in "A Wish We Spoke. The relatively sparser "Along the Shore" centers on arpeggiated piano and acoustic guitar, though they're never alone; the ambient, vibrating seascape is always near.
Musically symbolic water on occasion, literal, A Wish We Spoke - Musée Mécanique - From Shores Of Sleep recordings carries the listener on waves from track to track, making for an accomplished symphonic poem, or at least an indie pop version of one.
Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Imagination Introspection Long Walk Daydreaming. Track Listing. The Lighthouse and the Hourglass. The Open Sea. The Man Who Sleeps. A Wish We Spoke. Castle Walls. The World of Silence. Along the Shore. Cast in the Brine. The Shaker's Cask.
Somethings Coming - Oscar Peterson Trio* - West Side Story, THANK U VERY MUCH - Bestie - Thank U Very Much, Ombligo - Bareto - Boleto, Bläsergedichte Für Bläserquintett (6. Limerick) - Erhard Karkoschka - Komponistenporträt I & II, 11. Bogeymans Coming - Schumann*, Cristina Ortiz - Carnaval, Papillons, Kinderscenen