"Moments of tender sweetness lead to bone crushing sweetness. This group of seven explores time signatures your Senegalese grandfather talked about, using instruments from before and after time, in the context of orchestrated rockopalyptic soundscapes."
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One of the best Post Rock albums of the last decade!
This album is a breathtaking journey all the way through, and is a pretty big tearjerker due to its subject matter.
Long live Post Rock and instrumental music!
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Post rock seems to be bonded to melancholie, but without just leaving you alone with sadness.
There is something more.
"One Is Glad To Be Of Service" offers this understanding, that some days might not be good at all, but also gives you the glimps that there is also the possibility for a warmer tomorrow.
This album offers the classic elements of post-rock songwriting, but April Rain also contributes some own bits and pieces and the Robin Williams tribute made me smile. Whisdoms End