Caul | Let the Stars Assume the Whole of Night

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Let the Stars Assume the Whole of Night

by Caul

Let the Stars Assume the Whole of Night is a wonderful mix of sounds and atmospheres: dark without being spooky, melodic but not pretty, listenable, but too nervous and somber to ever become predictable.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. A Clear Eye Loves the Shadows As Well
3:32 album only
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2. Radiance Falls
4:48 album only
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3. The Sparkling Snow Is Full of Roses
3:26 album only
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4. The Silent Road to Your Pillars
4:27 album only
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5. Upon the Vines
4:34 album only
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6. Just One Autumn for Ripe Songs
4:15 album only
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7. We Are Like Heartless Shadows
5:34 album only
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8. Words of Praise Arise, Like Flowers
4:23 album only
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9. Oblivion and Holy Drunkenness
3:23 album only
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10. She Is Holy to Those Who Are Lost or Dead
2:11 album only
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11. Bells Ring Softly in the Twilight Air
6:15 album only
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12. The Kindness of Exalted Night
4:46 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Caul has released an array of incredible dark, cinematic ambient music, but much of it has been self-released in small quantities, so many listeners who might potentially enjoy his work might be unfamiliar with it. His collaboration with Numina, Inside the Hollow Realm, did receive a fair bit of attention five or six years ago, but Caul has mostly flown under the radar. As I mentioned, most of his work has been self-released, often in elegant, artisanal hand-made packaging. See his Discogs Page for more information about his work, or his own site at http://caul.org/

Let the Stars Assume the Whole of Night is a wonderful mix of sounds and atmospheres: dark without being spooky, melodic but not pretty, listenable, but too nervous and somber to ever become predictable. These pieces are more composed and structured than most ambient music, more akin to the soundtrack for some dark and moody piece of cinema. Imagine the score to an undiscovered work by David Lynch or Andrei Tarkovsky and you have the idea.

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