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Belvedere Mountain Express & Juliet Wilson | Unthinkable Skies

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Unthinkable Skies

by Belvedere Mountain Express & Juliet Wilson

Thought-provoking spoken-word poetry accompanied by electronic/accordion music
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. Unthinkable Skies
Belvedere Mountain Express & Juliet Wilson
7:30 album only
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2. City Empire
Belvedere Mountain Express & Juliet Wilson
9:32 album only
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3. In the Blue Bell-tower
Belvedere Mountain Express & Juliet Wilson
5:21 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
About Belvedere Mountain Express: “… explore a strain of playful, nostalgic electronica overlaid with accordion … whirrs and bleeps scattered liberally throughout the mix create a sense of teeming, intermingling activity, with synth washes completing the sense of fantastical, cinematic magic … a genuinely haunting, unearthly atmosphere not quite like anything else out there” [from the review of the album Cauldstane Slap at theskinny.co.uk]

About Juliet Wilson: “… takes us gently through her vision of a world that is slipping away from the fingertips of its occupants … a patient recorder of the beauty that is disappearing from the world and a meticulous observer of the natural in the urban … The culminative effect of these poems is of a soul that feels the loss deeply but still actively works with hope that she can make a difference.” [from the review of her poetry booklet Unthinkable Skies at calderwoodpress.co.uk]

In the title track of this EP, Howard Goodman accompanies three poems from Juliet Wilson’s book with a cycle of three compositions for accordion and electronics. For the other two tracks, Juliet Wilson has fitted some specially chosen poetry around two of Howard Goodman’s earlier electronic compositions.

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