Aidan Baker - Lamentation

>> Tuesday, July 22, 2008


[2003 / Canada / Nulll / lim.300]

"Lamentation" is so beautiful, his deep strength makes me quiver with the resurrection of unconventional memories. Baker's guitars are layered in a total haze, moving slowly across the room to reveal bits of frosty landscapes; no melody, only a slope of muffled, easing frequencies: fans of Klaus Wiese's masterpieces like "Space" or "Neptun" will surely find a lot to dig in this great record, as the Canadian's sound palette here is incredibly near to those fantastic recordings, without bearing influences or derivations. Aidan's a musician whose goal of giving refuge to emotions is obtained through numbing clouds of murmuring electric voices.
Review taken from Touching Extremes

Lamentation (55.10)

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Murphy August 26, 2008 at 3:57 PM  
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Murphy August 26, 2008 at 4:21 PM  

Thanks a lot for posting this album, the soundscapes are pretty much like Serge Sunne or Robert Rich, very surrounding atmospheres, space solitude.

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