John Henry Lambert | Gone Away

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Gone Away

by John Henry Lambert

Deeply atmospheric acoustic songs from a true English eccentric songwriter, a mix of the folk tradition with the atmosphere of late night ambient jazz.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. City Skies
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2. The Torn Days of Winter
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3. Swallows
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4. Gone Away
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5. 'Till I Get Home
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6. Better Days
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7. The Winter of '85
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8. White Horses
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9. Lost Sight of the Way
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Gone Away is John Lambert's first solo album, in a long music career that has included the folk rock outfit Schrodingers Cat and experimental ambient house pioneers Shen. In a departure from previous recordings, Gone Away is a deep and brooding acoustic recording, imbued with a sense of quiet stillness and sensitivity. Recorded on location at John's Dartmoor farmhouse, it captures the unembellished truth of his songs, a reflection on loss, like shadows cast across a waters surface. The sessions spanned two years, capturing some almost transcendental moments of mood and musicianship, from an amazing team of contributors, including saxophonist Ian Ritchie (currently touring with Roger Waters), singers Natalie Williams and Kathleen Willison, and his wife, Isabel Lambert.

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