In the care of Jónsi, Mary Lattimore's Hundreds of Days opener “It Feels Like Floating” suspends further. Plucks of harp dissolve as washes of synth glisten softly at the surface; its runtime stretches to 23 minutes, its ending sequence now isolated, acting as a bridge between his piece and the original. The Sigur Rós singer's unmistakable voice appears briefly, enraptured by the circuitous current of this quiet organ hymn.
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Mary Lattimore is a longtime favorite of mine. Her harp playing is often tagged as 'ambient' because it's enhanced by subtle delay and looping experimental treatments and is almost always instrumental, but here it finely is garnished with Meg Baird's achingly wondrous voice, and it is a perfect pairing. There is magical fairy dust in this record I'm pretty certain. Enter the Ghost Forest and be prepared to be enchanted. Joe Borreson
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I wish i had an empty ballroom or music hall to listen to this in. I love the reoccuring Heartache and the big brass sounds and distortion. It feels so terrifying. My heart goes out to those suffering from dementia or knows anyone whos suffering. discount-teeth