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Antony & The Johnsons – Everglade

November 23, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

This is the final track from the weird Chichesterian’s latest album, The Crying Light. A typically eclectic and ultimately melancholic album but now on the subject of environmentalism, not with his confusions on his own sexuality.

Antony & The Johnsons is exceptionally good at orchestration and this track is a fine example of this. There is beautiful flute playing and orchestral accompaniment throughout. I particularly like the track from 1:37 where the oboe has a solo melody, intertwining with horns and strings. It’s so heartbreakingly beautiful – at times uplifting, and then other times the mood drops, for example, the low strings and brass from 2:26 until the end. A great finish to the album.

Everglade by massime

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