At the Dam

Mary Lattimore - At the Dam
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 18 ratings
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March 4, 2016 / Release Date
LP / Format
Ghostly / Label
Ambient / Genres
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She looked into our eyes and we knew she was dying... I wish I could remember our last walk in the woods; or feel the stillness in the air as we drove to the hospital. My golden beacon...
Very enjoyable and subtle, but at the same time surprising. Perfect choice for every activity, which fits the description of "relaxing".
A charming, seductive ambient album based around the otherworldly harp improvisations from Mary Lattimore, whose career has, up until now, consisted of impressive collaborations and backing instrumental works for artists like Thurston Moore, Kurt Vile and even experimentalists like Jeff Zeigler. Recording solo in direct contact with nature and beautiful landscapes, Lattimore manages to bring out all her creative power to craft this awe-inspiring set of loops and textures coming from her harp ... read more
A very tender dialogue between Mary and her harp that soon leaves its emotional frame and flies to the sky with a wide open heart.
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Track List

  1. Otis Walks into the Woods
  2. Jimmy V
  3. The Quiet at Night
  4. Jaxine Drive
  5. Ferris Wheel, January
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Added on: March 7, 2016