Location: Athens, TN. Hi Dreamcatcher, Sonically, it's a dog turd. This has a lot of limiter splatter in places. RVG really pushed the limiter hard on this especially on percussion. Kent Teffeteller , Mar 23, Location: Hawthorne CA. Location: Detroit, Michigan. I have it. It's not unlistenable at all, IMO, but then again, this is the only version of this album I have ever heard. For me, at least, ignorance is bliss.
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Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. More from Matt Redman. Here For You Matt Redman. Jesus Only Jesus Matt Redman. Gracefully Broken Matt Redman. Upon Him Live Matt Redman. Never Once Matt Redman. I remember the engineer, Michael Leary, shared that he was deeply moved by the experience of recording the album and felt he was blessed to have been part of such a spiritual experience.
That was exactly the point of it! Praise God! David Karasek: We listened to a lot of music. Balinese music was perhaps the biggest influence on us. I think we were first inspired to sing after a visit to a church where the choir was rehearsing and they gathered around us and sang to us.
Then we just kept singing ourselves. The track ends in a Balanese Monkey Chant. Traditionally a whole village performs it. Some church groups still sing the hymn. Did you self-release your album? How many copies of the first album were pressed? Katheryn Krupa: Yes, we released the first pressing ourselves and we pressed 2, copies. Mexican: Sanctus Bell Wheel.
How would you describe your sound and what were some of the influences, meaning what cultures, what places and what inspiration did you take? I especially loved the way Aaron Copeland and Mark Isham would weave in melodies one over the other, and I did that a lot in the parts I wrote for many of our songs.
Those pieces would evolve and change from performance to performance. They might have a certain free form structure, but we let those songs play out differently each time we did them. As for the group…. We had just moved out of the monastery in Pecos, New Mexico and gone on tour. The album was recorded toward the end of that long tour. So after we finished the recording, we finished up our tour and moved back to New York City, to live and work at the Cathedral of St.
John the Divine. We set up weekly Saturday concerts there, began baking sourdough bread and selling it around the city, and started to prepare for future concert tours. Finally, after six years together we decided to leave the Cathedral. We sublet our apartment there and our community 5 of us then moved to a new apartment we renovated down at General Seminary.
With our new home base at General Seminary, we then did some concerts around the New York City area, then packed up our instruments back onto our bus and did a three month tour of the Midwest. We lost our lease at General so we packed up everything and moved to Michigan. It was time to formally disband the community. The two of us sold the bus and worked to pay off all the debts there were.The album features both studio and live recordings recorded in April with an all-star band including Michael Bloomfield and Paul Butterfield of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Donald "Duck" Dunn of Booker T. & the M.G.'s, Otis Spann, and Sam Lay in Chicago, Illinois.