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Daniel Lanois — Goodbye To Language (September 9th, 2016)

Daniel Lanois — Goodbye To Language (September 9th, 2016)

  Daniel Lanois — Goodbye To Language (Septh. 9th, 2016)  Daniel Lanois — Goodbye To Language (September 9th, 2016)•••  Daniel Lanois is a name that deserves to be mentioned alongside the finest sonic experimenters of the 20th century — and the 21st century too. Whatever you’re listening to — whether it be acoustic or electronic, roots or futurist, underground or pop — if you listen closely you’ll hear traces of the sonic signatures of Daniel Lanois. And what’s more he’s still experimenting as eagerly as he ever has, creating music as beautiful and new as ever before.
•••  It is a refusal to sit still, a constant hunger for new ideas and techniques, that has defined both his work as a world renowned producer and his solo works. Most recently, he has hit a rich creative seam, so apparent on the gorgeous, weightless album Goodbye to Language, which is available now.
••••    Někdy je dobré vědět, odkud umělec pochází. Geografie může ko–definovat zvuk, ale zatímco Daniel Lanois je z Ontaria, mohl by také pocházet ze Saturnu. Jeho nové album “Goodbye To Language” vzdoruje kategorizaci; nemá žádné písně se slovy, dokonce už ani nedisponuje lidskými hlasy, sloužícími pouze k zajištění textury..., tak, jako tomu bylo na předcházejícím albu “Flesh and Machine”.
••••    Exquisite, lush singer–songwriter whose famed production style mirrors his solo work.
Born: September 19, 1951, Hull, Quebec, Canada
Origin: Ancaster, Ontario, Canada
Location: Hull, Quebec, Canada
Album release: September 9th, 2016
Record Label: Anti Records
Duration:     36:46
01 Low Sudden     2:39
02 Time On     5:07
03 Falling Stanley     2:22
04 Deconstruction     3:50
05 Satie     4:10
06 Three Hills     2:52
07 Heavy Sun     2:35
08 The Cave     1:36
09 East Side     1:54
10 Later That Night     4:53
11 Suspended     1:27
12 Blue Diamond     3:21Press:
• ≡  The album was constructed entirely from the sounds of the pedal steel guitar, Daniel on the steel and his mate Rocco Deluca on the lap steel with compositional rigour that recalls the 20th century dreamscapes of Ravel and Debussy merged with a sense of sonic futurism.
• ≡  “A deeply beautiful record that redefines the word meditative and shimmers with breathtaking passages of unhurried, received music” — Allaboutjazz.com
• ≡  “Reflects his early production work with Brian Eno (notably On Land and Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks), and nuances heard later as grace notes and sympathetic background ambience amid the productions he developed for Michael Brook, Jon Hassell, U2, and Bob Dylan, among others.” —  Disquiet.com
• ≡  “Deploying a variety of effects, Lanois conjures a veritable sonic mood board, with tracks like opener ‘Low Sudden’ proffering the same majestic chordal clouds he lent to Brian Eno’s celestial Apollo : Atmospheres & Soundtracks album, while ‘Three Hills’ is all crystalline glissando shimmers and ‘Heavy Sun,’ with its semi–industrial drones, might have fallen off an early David Lynch soundtrack.”  — Mojo
Label: http://www.anti.com/
Website: http://daniellanois.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/daniellanois/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lanoise Discography:
••  1989 Acadie
••  1993 For the Beauty of Wynona
••  1993 Waves of Air
••  1994 Cool Water
••  1996 Sweet Angel Mine
••  1996  Lost in Mississippi (soundtrack)
••  1996  Sling Blade (soundtrack)
••  2003 Shine
••  2004 Rockets
••  2005 Belladonna
••  2007 Here Is What Is
••  2008 The Omni Series (Box Set)
••  2008  Steel
••  2008  Purple Vista
••  2008  Santiago
••  2010 Black Dub
••  2014 Flesh and Machine
••  2016 Goodbye To Language 

 © Daniel Lanois by Marthe Vannebo

Daniel Lanois — Goodbye To Language (September 9th, 2016)


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