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Noon Hill Wood - Richard Skelton - The Complete Landings (File)

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  1. It was s ambitious and absorbing Landings that represented a full realization of Skeltons sound and ethos. Pieces such as Noon Hill Wood and Green Withins Brook were laced with such irrepressible honesty, conviction, and understated drama that the album demanded nothing less .
  2. Listen to music from Richard Skelton like Noon Hill Wood, Threads Across the River & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Richard Skelton.
  3. Listen to Richard Skelton Radio featuring songs from Landings free online. Listen to free internet radio, sports, music, news, talk and podcasts. Noon Hill Wood. Richard Skelton. Scar Tissue. Richard Skelton. Threads Across the River. Richard Skelton.
  4. Landings, an Album by Richard Skelton. Released 15 January on Type (catalog no. TYPE ; CD). Genres: Ambient, Drone.
  5. In addition to the same-titled track within the “woodland” theme, Skelton includes an unreleased piece, titled “Larch Light”, as well as a “revisited” version of “Noon Hill Wood” [a whopping minute version] which previously appeared on his critically acclaimed album, Landings (Sustain-Release / Type, ).
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  7. Winter Hill Diary 3: a walk with Richard Skelton The majority of the diary entry below was written over the space of a fortnight following on from my 7 March walk close to Winter Hill with the multi-instrumentalist, writer and artist Richard Skelton.
  8. Richard Skelton Landings. superb. Review by StrangerofSorts EMERITUS December 16th, | 8 replies. Noon Hill Wood is fantasticcc. StrangerofSorts Emeritus March 10th Comments. Album Rating: yeah it's still awesome. Verse of Birds is hugely underrated here, too.
  9. Are drones supposed to be this shiny? Shouldn't they be somber and fuzzy, foggy and ghostly? Even the cover of Landings leans heavily in that direction, with its half-trees/half-clouds shapes barely emerging from a thick fog. And yet Richard Skelton's drones are anything but all that: luminous, sharp, soaring, heavenly. The man has a firm grasp of the instruments he uses (violins and cellos 8/

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