Bing And Ruth – City Lake

Label:
Rvng Intl.
Art.Nr.:
09533695
Kat.Nr.:
RVNGNL31

Released:
2010
Cover:
Picture
Format:
2LP
Pressung:
US - Original
Zustand:
Neu
Vinyl:
Cover:
Genre:
Broken Beats / Headz + Electronic + Rock / Indie + Beat Art + Classic Rock + Klassik + Pop & Various
Stichworte:
tim hecker, oneohtrix point never, nils frahm, cocteau twins
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Bing And Ruth - City Lake
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Includes Free Digital Download Code (incl. three bonus tracks!)

2015 Reissue / Repress - Standard Black Double Vinyl.

Before Bing & Ruth’s halcyonic opus Tomorrow Was the Golden Age, there was City Lake. Initially pressed in an unusually limited edition five years ago, the ensemble’s stunning full-length debut is now released in simultaneously refined and expanded form. With bonus tracks and new, visceral mastering, the album gleams all the more and signals a spree of live performances this fall revisiting the material.
As the principal leader of Bing & Ruth, David Moore assembles his orchestral roster according to the scope of each piece and recording setting. For City Lake, Bing & Ruth consisted of eleven members: two clarinetists (Jeremy Viner and Patrick Breiner), two cellists (Greg Heffernan and Leigh Stuart), two vocalists (Becca Stevens and Jean Rohe), a bassist (Jeff Ratner), a lap-steel player (Myk Freedman), a faithful tape-delay engineer (Mike Effenberger), a percussionist (Chris Berry), and Moore on piano.
City Lake is shepherded into concrete pastures by Moore’s weightless piano melodies, immersed as they are in grand shapes of breath-like horn, string and voice phrases. Augmented with more percussive proclivity than TWTGA, City Lake establishes Bing & Ruth’s ambient brand through a greater gamut of material mediums. If TWTGA opened its shutter to the imperceptible shifts of transitions between darkness and light, City Lake was composed to be less ethereal, instead embodying a group-oriented musicality and physicality.
On City Lake, there are instances of Reich-ian excitement with the hand clapped rhythms of “Rails” and a seance of sorts excorsized by the brush-tapped “Put Your Weight Into It.” Dual track “City Lake / Tu Sei Uwe” culminates the urbanized form of ambience with tonal elements in free-fall, piling-up in a harsh denouement of the album’s title piece. Further into the program David Moore’s intrigue with Gavin Bryars and Thomas Newman finds delicate voice in the hibernative “Here’s What Your Missin,” a track redolent of all the narcotic power of which Bing & Ruth are capable.
City Lake sets the standard met by Bing & Ruth’s sonorous sophomore journey Tomorrow Was The Golden Age. In this earlier portrait, the ensemble graces its listeners with gail-force movements from the wake of Bing & Ruth’s gliding wings leaving trails in the skyline. City Lake was RVNG’s chance introduction to Bing & Ruth, mistakenly handed off as unmarked test pressings by the vinyl manufacturer.

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TitelFeaturingProducingLänge
A1. Broad ChannelBrian Bende...05:56
A2. Put Your Weight Into ItBrian Bende...12:02
B1. And Then It RainedBrian Bende...04:52
B2. RailsBrian Bende...08:02
C1. City Lake?/?Tu Sei UweBrian Bende...15:09
D1. Broad Channel?/?A Little Line...Brian Bende...10:07
D2. Here's What You're MissinBrian Bende...07:42
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