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Review of original Important Records CD version of 'Basilica'

Please note 'Basilica Origins (Deluxe) does not include the remixes referenced here

Approaching atmospherics outside the glen, Rameses III, the UK trio of Spencer Grady (guitar and noise), Steve Lewis (guitar), and Daniel Freeman (keyboard and processing), are set to release a double album on Important. The collection pairs live Rameses recordings from the Red Rose Club on March 2, 2006 with remixes of that "source material" by Gregg Kowalsky, Robert Horton, Keith Berry, and Astral Social Club. The remixes are complexly riveting, but the purity of the live records are my favorite. For instance, the majestic "Origins II".

As far as the remixes go, the minimalist treatment by Keith Berry seems most in line with the group's regular, untouched presence.


additional comment on review

Loving Rameses III. I listened to "Origins II" before reading the post; it blew my mind to find out this was recorded live. Sounds like Apollo-era Eno...someone needs to send this to Danny Boyle.

Brandon
Monday 11 February 2008

recording

"Basilica Origins (Deluxe)" cover

Album released Friday 11 November 2016 on digital by the Blink In The Endless label.




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