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Philip Jeck
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October 2015
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It’s been five, long years since the last full LP from masterful sound-artist and loop-pioneer Philip Jeck. If you’re new to this name, now is the time to get acquainted. Jeck uses a primitive rig of junk-shop record players, Casio keyboards, Ibanez bass guitar, MiniDisc, Ibanez and Zoom effects pedals, assorted percussion fed into a Behringer mixer. With these tools he carves a burnished sound of arcing loop-trails, ambient sludge and transcendent drone: gleaming like dew on Autumn’s morning grass. This record is apparently inspired by Jeck’s reading of American author Marilynne Robinson who wrote about the importance of imagination to communal progress, love of humanity, and deep existential thinking. A divine double record and, as usual, a handsome Touch presentation that houses it.

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  1. 1 Fleeing 3:08 Philip Jeck Buy
  2. 2 Saint Pancras 2:41 Philip Jeck Buy
  3. 3 Barrow in Furness (Open Thy Hand Wide) 4:17 Philip Jeck Buy
  4. 4 Reverse Jersey 4:52 Philip Jeck Buy
  5. 5 ... Bend the Knee, Pt. 1 7:12 Philip Jeck Buy
  6. 6 Called In 9:23 Philip Jeck Buy
  7. 7 Brief 1:46 Philip Jeck Buy
  8. 8 Broke Up 6:54 Philip Jeck Buy
  9. 9 ... Bend the Knee, Pt. 5 6:37 Philip Jeck Buy
  10. 10 Called Again 2:55 Philip Jeck Buy
  11. 11 And over Again 3:02 Philip Jeck Buy
  12. 12 The Station View 6:18 Philip Jeck Buy
  13. 13 Saint Pancras (The One That Holds Everything) 4:10 Philip Jeck Buy
  14. 14 Live in Caen 280215 40:24 Philip Jeck

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