The Way We Live A Candle For Judith
There are two other impressive touches to the Ozit release: first, the extended booklet which contains comprehensive liner notes, original album artwork, photos, and narratives by both Clayton and Milne, as well as Tractor collaborator Chris Hewitt and the late John Peel himself. And second, the CD itself features a textured thermal label with a cutout of the original album Morton Subotnick Volume 1 Electronic Works painting by Steve Clayton.
My one complaint is the lack of printed Jimmy Page Lucifer Rising And Other Sound Tracks in the liner notes, which I think would have been a major improvement.
But all told this is a very impressive package The Way We Live A Candle For Judith well worth the modest investment. As for the music, there is an interesting mix of sounds here, ranging from rather straightforward hard rock to folk to psych, but all amazing considering the richness of sounds that came out of just two guys.
This is probably the heaviest song on the record, and while the instrumentation is very well done, overall its just average. A few extra points for some very lively electric guitar, what sounds like dueling basses, and Corky Laing-like dirge inspired drums. But the more I listen to this the more I like the interplay of quiet guitar with the persistent bass, and considering the relative seclusion in which these two developed their sound and the fact that this wasThe Way We Live A Candle For Judith sappiness is probably excusable.
For anyone who grew up during the early seventies this track should make an instant connection, The Way We Live A Candle For Judith will undoubtedly remind you of any number of bands or old favorites from that era. The longest and most original track is saved for last. A first-rate effort. And that is why I like some of the bonus material here — because it sounds more creative and innovative than several of the tracks off the original album.
This one includes some studio chatter as well, and the stark contrast of the remixed effort to some of the other stuff here really underscores just how long ago and in what humble circumstances this band did some of their earliest work. These are more like modern folk tunes with country leanings — well done, but not really in the The Way We Live A Candle For Judith vein as the early work.
Despite the hollow-sounding mix this is a great example of sixties acid folk. This one reflects the freer-formed blues cum pop sound of that era. Really, this duo has an uncanny knack for recording things that evoke their era while managing for the most part to not sound dated. They both sound like they came from the recording sessions for the Repertoire reissue though and are okay but unexceptional. Highly recommended to all serious and purist The Way We Live A Candle For Judith music fans, as well as anyone who digs prog folk or just wants to hear something different and obscure.
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