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[ambient, art pop, dream-pop] (2019) Natalie Rose LeBrecht - Man
Audio > FLAC
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2020-03-26 22:05:33 GMT
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(2019) Natalie Rose LeBrecht - Mandarava Rose

…The largely self-taught (a couple of years were spent working for and studying under LaMonte Young) has spent the years since 2016 exploring “extraordinary inter- dimensional spheres” (her words). In light of that, it wouldn’t be wrong to broach the fifty-four-minute Mandarava Rose as a physical manifestation of that inner experience. The project’s spiritual dimension even brings Alice Coltrane into the picture, LeBrecht having dedicated the opening piece, “Rishi Stars,” to Turiyasangitananda, Coltrane’s spiritual name. To help realize the project, LeBrecht invited Martin Bisi and David Lackner aboard, the former to engineer and co-produce and the latter to augment her pianos, organ, and vocals with flute, saxophones, bells, and synthesizer. Instrumentally, the recording satisfies, especially when her billowing keyboard runs are joined by woodwinds and bells, and the music rises and falls dreamily in a manner true to the meditative, somewhat zoned-out character of the project. It’s LeBrecht’s singing that I suspect could be the deal-breaker for some. When multiplied into a hushed choir, her husky voice is effective (see “Rishi Stars”); there are times, however, during the eleven-minute “Rosebud & Lotus” when its wobble might leave you queasy. Stated otherwise, her singing definitely has personality, but it’s also something of an acquired taste. Thankfully, the compositions and the instrumental performances are compelling enough to largely counter reservations about the vocalizing. And don’t get the wrong impression: many a piece isn’t compromised by the singing. Intoning as an angelic mini-choir, it blends well with keyboards and woodwinds during the entrancing “Ocean of Ah” and dirge “In the Beginning.” It’s even possible to hear a little bit of Julee Cruise and the Twin Peaks universe seeping from Mandarava Rose, during the closing “Hear Today,” for instance. With LeBrecht’s piano sprinkling these weird, organ- and woodwinds-slathered New Age drones like some bizarre riff on Lawrence Welk, Mandarava Rose sounds like few other recordings out there, which, some would argue, legitimizes the release’s existence all by itself.

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Genre: ambient, art pop, dream-pop
Source: CD
Format: FLAC
Format/Info: Free Lossless Audio Codec, 16-bit PCM
Bit rate mode: Variable
Channel(s): 2 channels
Sampling rate: 44.1 KHz
Bit depth: 16 bits


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