FLOATING POINTS - Late Night Tales: Unmixed (Vinyl)

Floating Points

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LATE NIGHT TALES

Date of release: Mar 29 2019


Pressed on double 180 gram virgin vinyl & includes a 30cm art print + download codes for the Floating Points mix and full unmixed tracks as MP3 / FLAC / WAV.

Floating Points' personal collection of global soul, ambient, jazz and folk treasures form the latest in the warmly revered Late Night Tales series.

Sam Shepherd aka Floating Points' music taste is notoriously tricky to define, ranging from ethereal classical at one end to coruscating techno at the other, united only in a firm belief in the transcendental power of music to move hearts, minds and - yes - feet. Similarly, his production career has ranged from early experiments in dance music with breakout records such as the 'Shadows EP' and collaborating with legendary Gnawa master Mahmoud Guinia to his expansive album 'Elaenia', which met with critical acclaim upon its release in 2015.

This Late Night Tales excursion into the depths of the evening reflects his broad tastes. The globally-travelled producer has collected untold treasures on his travels from dusty stores in Brazil to market stalls near his hometown. There's the gorgeous 'Via L ctea', culled from Carlos Walker's debut album, Abu Talib's (Bobby Wright) plaintive 'Blood Of An American' and Robert Vanderbilt's gospel reworking of Manchild's 'Especially For You'. Raw soul and feeling oozing from each song's pores.

At the other end of the music scale are the modernists, such as Qu b coise Kara-Lis Coverdale who weighs in with the indelible 'Moments In Love', Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith whose 'Milk' is an exercise in tranquility, while Sarah Davachi's meditative mix-opener offers respite from a weary world.

We have some exclusive tracks for Late Night Tales; alongside Davachi's offerings there is also Toshimaru Nakamura's 'Nimb #59', as well as the now traditional cover version. hepherd delved into his childhood memory for this one, a track taken from the first album his parents bought him, Kenny Wheeler's 'Music For Large & Small Ensembles': Sam offers up his interpretation of 'Opening Part 1'. Wheeler also contributes horns to Azimuth track The Tunnel, written and performed by Norma Winstone and John Taylor who, coincidentally, are the parents of Floating Points' drummer Leo Taylor. Closing the album, Lauren Laverne reads the suitably nocturnal poem 'Ah! Why, Because The Dazzling Sun' by Emily Bront .

"I tried to find music that reflects the stillness of night. And because my musical interests lie all over the place, it's quite difficult to distil that notion down to just a few songs. I was quite keen to have some electronic music in there but I also really wanted to have some soul music mixed in, so I had to try and find a pathway between all of this different music." - Sam Shepherd (Floating Points) March 2019


Tracklisting:
1.Sarah Davachi - Untitled, Live In Portland (Excerpt) (Exclusive Track) - Sarah Davichi
2.Carlos Walker - Via L Ctea - Carlos Walker
3.The Rationals - Glowin' - The Rationals
4.William S. Fischer - Chains - William S. Fischer
5.Max Roach - Equipoise - Max Roach
6.Abu Talib (Bobby Wright) - Blood Of An American - Bobby Wright
7.Sweet & Innocent - Express Your Love - Sweet & Innocent
8.Robert Vanderbilt & The Foundation Of Souls - A Message Especially From God - Robert Vanderbilt & The Foundation Of Souls
9.The Defaulters - Gentle Man - The Defaulters
10.Alain Bella Che - Sun Blues - Alain Bella Che
11.Alain Bella Che - Sea Fluorescent - Alain Bella Che
12.Kara-lis Coverdale - Moments In Love (Excerpt) - Kara-lis Coverdale
13.Azimuth - The Tunnel - Azimuth
14.Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - Milk (Excerpt) - Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
15.Toshimaru Nakamura - Nimb#59 (Exclusive Track) - Toshimaru Nakamura
16.Floating Points - The Sweet Time Suite, Part I - Opening (Exclusive Kenny Wheeler Cover Version) - Floating Points
17.Lauren Laverne - Ah! Why, Because The Dazzling Sun (Exclusive Spoken Word Piece) - Lauren Laverne

Vinyl release of Floating Points - Late Night Tales: Unmixed (Vinyl). Released through LATE NIGHT TALES and available on 2LP (180g).


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FLOATING POINTS - Late Night Tales: Unmixed (Vinyl) (2LP (180g))
Cat No: ALNLP52
Barcode: 5060391092010
Packaging: 2LP (180g)
SKU 5212213
Barcode # 5060391092010
Artist Floating Points
Artist/Author FLOATING POINTS
Shipping weight 0.8500kg
Format 2LP (180g)

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