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Night of Your Ascension

Wrekmeister Harmonies

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
November 13th, 2015
Catalog ID:
Thrill 403
Version desc.:
Digisleeve
Label:
Thrill Jockey Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 73%)
1. Night of Your Ascension 32:00  
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2. Run Priest Run 16:47  
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Guest/Session
Mary Lattimore Harp
Dylan O'Toole Guitars
Ron DeFries Bass
Noah Leger Drums (track 1)
Billie Howard Strings (track 1)
Nora Barton Cello (track 1)
Bruce Lamont Electronics, Vocals (track 1)
Solomon Lee Walker Bass (track 1)
Eric Chaleff Guitars (track 1)
Miscellaneous staff
David Yow Photography, Design
Sheila Sachs Layout
Heba Kadry Mastering
(None)
Mary Lattimore Harp
Dylan O'Toole Guitars
Ron DeFries Bass
Noah Leger Drums (track 1)
Billie Howard Strings (track 1)
Nora Barton Cello (track 1)
Bruce Lamont Electronics, Vocals (track 1)
Solomon Lee Walker Bass (track 1)
Eric Chaleff Guitars (track 1)
David Yow Photography, Design
Sheila Sachs Layout
Heba Kadry Mastering
Read big arty thing that mostly... 73% caspian December 19th, 2015

“Night of Your Ascension” is built around a reworking of Don Carlo Gesualdo’s madrigal “Ahi Dispietata e Cruda.” Robinson re-structured the madrigal so that it could fit modally into the key of A and to extend into the rest of the composition.

“Run Priest Run” traces the death of Father John Geoghan, a priest convicted of molesting some 150 children who was violently executed by a fellow inmate while held in solitary confinement.

"Night of Your Ascension is a commentary on our own fascination with bloodlust and our seemingly insatiable appetite for lurid depictions of depravity."

Added by: Zaputzaldi Modified by: Zaputzaldi
Added on: 2015-11-18 10:17:42 Last modified on: 2015-11-24 10:01:28