Small good things to w katalogu Leaf pozycja szczególna: z jednej strony wpisująca się ciekawie w nurt neo-country, jednocześnie zanurzona w melodycznej tradycji soundtracków Ennio Morricone czy Angelo Badalamentiego. Efekt niezwykle intrygujący ? jak jam Calexico z Barrym Adamsonem pośrodku pustyni.
it won't come for you first
it'll come for what you love.
Slim Westerns Vol II is the long awaited companion to the first Slim Westerns album, originally released in 1994 on the US Soleilmoon label. A highly evocative soundtrack to an imaginary Western, its musical touchstones include Morricone, Badalamenti, Adamson, Cooder, Calexico and The KLF's Chill Out. It'll get under your skin, and you won't want it to leave.
A Small Good Thing's slow and steady history is now bookended by these maps and explorations of the Wild West, shaped by the gauzy iconography of half-remembered Saturday afternoon TV movies and reinforced by the lonely literary landscapes of Raymond Carver, Richard Brautigan, Cormac McCarthy and Flannery O'Connor. A world of wandering lost souls, damaged cowboys, bad preachers - thems what don't fit in. Disengaged by sheer distance from the heat of the desert, ASGT's music glides into the cool slipstream of ambient space, returning frontier America to its source in ghostly form.
Slim Westerns began as a musical score to the mythical adventures of an outlaw character by the name of Gerry Melody. The 12-page fake pulp western novel accompanying the CD continues this thematic thread of Gerry's unraveling tale.
As well as the regular CD edition of Slim Westerns Vol II, there's a limited edition of 2,000 double CDs in special packaging including the first volume of Slim Westerns, which until now has not been released outside of the US. Furthermore, the very limited ....... więcej