Current 93 - Some Soft Black Stars Seen Over London

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Release date: 2002
Style: Dark ambient , Neofolk , Post-industrial , Experimental music


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01. Larkspur And Lazarus
02. Mockingbird
03. Anti-Christ And Barcodes
04. The Signs In The Stars
05. Whilst The Night Rejoices Profound And Still
06. A Gothic Love Song
07. The Sings In The Stars

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"I saw the back of the stars tremble and fall
While seahorses played on the slope of your breast…

It was 1998 when "Soft Black Stars" saw the light of a romantic dawn, an album that was filled with utter lyricism, a romantic/poetic aesthetic, wishes and feelings of love, melancholy and sorrow.

Three years later, Tibet, accompanied by the man who composed most of the music of "Soft Black Stars", Michael Cashmore, on the guitar and Maja Elliott on the piano, recorded live some versions of songs coming from that album and released the acoustic live album bearing the name "Some Soft Black Stars Seen Over London".

published 26.11.2005 | Comments (0)

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