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Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album
Packaged in a triple-disc jewel case with a hand-cut corrugated cardboard insert, a 3x3" matte cover photo sticker (printed by David Tagg), custom text sticker work, two 4x4" glossy photographic print inserts and three in-house duplicated/printed white CD-Rs.
Includes unlimited streaming of Silver Horns Heard Over Green Hills [Expanded Reissue]
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Silver Horns was recorded during a very hot Spring & Summer in Columbia, South Carolina, 2010. It feels now more distant in the past than it actually is, somehow, and perhaps that is a testament to the sense of disconnection present throughout many of this double-album's pieces. Assembled from two or three sessions of guitar improvisation, with a few tracks using a Lowrey organ for additional harmonic support or pedal bass, it was issued in a limited run of 100 silver tin boxes at Lunar Testing Lab's excellent Secret Station imprint, and has since been out of print. Deep, green and pastoral music, for wide-frame country vistas like the one I photographed on the cover, which brings to mind images of warm sunshowers, wild forestry and rolling hills of farmland. A very elemental record that is less music in parts and more atmospheric condition, supported by two hours of deep-country field recordings captured at my father's home in Loris, South Carolina. In addition to the original double-album being reinstated here, I've included a third disc, which contains "Dustwreck" (a digital-only promo piece given to patrons who bought the Secret Station edition) and a recently recorded 51-minute Coppice Halifax "excavation" of "Blue Country Rain", built using the original session tapes (back when the album was in a more embryonic form, bearing a totally different title). While this 3xCD-R reissue is not quite as lavish as the silver tin box the album was originally released in, I feel that this version makes up for it in completeness.
released May 30, 2017
W/P by Brian Grainger. Recorded at 114RKD, Spring-Summer 2010. Field recordings captured at 857WHR, Loris, SC, March 2010. Mastered by The Analog Botanist. An alternate mix of "Moraine" was previously released on the album A Giant Hand (MML046B). The title of the album is taken from a track on Noxious Variations (MML063). David Tagg played additional guitars on "A Glass Arch". Photography by Brian, somewhere on the interstate between SC and OH, 2010. This is Milieu Music number AD24, and issue #24 in the Arboreal Digest reissue catalog.