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Mystery Lights/Nightflower

modern british jazzby Clive Bell and David ross

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2008


Artists:

Clive Bell


David Ross



Record Label
Metier

Genre:

Jazz / Ragtime & Blues




Total Time - 59:56
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Mystery Lights/Nightflower

 

CLIVE BELL & DAVID ROSS

Select Complete Single Disc for
     
1 

Mystery Lights 1

2:29
     
2 

Mystery Lights 2

1:42
     
3 

Mystery Lights 3

1:34
     
4 

Mystery Lights 4

5:07
     
5 

Mystery Lights 5

1:05
     
6 

Mystery Lights 6

3:42
     
7 

Mystery Lights 7

2:35
     
8 

Mystery Lights 8

2:35
     
9 

Mystery Lights 9

1:18
     
10 

Mystery Lights 10

1:41
     
11 

Mystery Lights 11

1:56
     
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Mystery Lights 12

2:17
     
13 

Nightflower

31:55
     
 Clive Bell
 David Ross


Clive Bell is Britain’s leading player of the Japanese shakuhachi, and a founder member of Jah Wobble’s Deep Space project. DAVID ROSS was drummer for the instrumental combo Kenny Process Team. But none of this would prepare you for Mystery Lights, their first duo recording. This is a spacious, intimate music, full of colour and melody, exploratory but highly accessible. Many instruments, both acoustic and electronic, familiar and unfamiliar, weave a spell hard to resist. This album was made in collaboration with Walter & Donald the budgerigars. Recorded live at "The Earl of Kilgorlin".

“This is a lovely record. Intimate and unassuming, it sounds like nothing else and imparts a warmth that deepens with each listen. It’s music to furnish the secluded corners and secret recesses of the mind, catering from quiet times.”

Julian Cowley
 

The Wire



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