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This Lush Garden Within
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This Lush Garden Within", the title track is a comparatively simple piece built mainly on acoustic guitar & voice, a heartfelt song from PADRAIC OGL. "The Christ In The Desert" is a gentle dreamsong, a journey through darkness & varous images, like sea washing against a pebble shore. A dark composition which seems to utilise. a myriad natural sounds as it's music, all moulded into one specific mood, a mood both dark & dread. Despite the beauty & mood they create, a BTFABG album is never an easy listen, but always rewarding to explore. If I were to compare them to anyone, it would be THIS MORTAL COIL, although they are musically fairly diverse. If you don't know their sound I'd recommend them as both ethereal & experimental.

Black Tape for a blue girl can be judged from differing view points, be it basic emotionally charged poetic liscense or cerebral statements, however you percieve them the ultimate analysis is they create a spellbinding masterpiece everytime they enter a studio. Once again full marks and more - God! Don't you just loathe perfectionists. If you like Black Tape For A Blue Girl, you may also like: Before The Buildings Fell by Sam Rosenthal. supported by 17 fans who also own This lush garden within.

I see this lush garden within Your womb like the center of the earth The origin of all The vaulted ceilings of heaven and earth Totality of me From which my life originates I see our love reside (for awhile) A universe of me rushing to become one with. of all Unrealized Never to be realized Never to take form and emerge unique. This Lush Garden Within" Track Info. This Lush Garden Within Black Tape For A Blue Girl. 5. This Lush Garden Within.

This Lush Garden Within. Black Tape For A Blue Girl. This Lush Garden Within Tracklist. 1. Left, Unsaid Lyrics. This Lush Garden Within Lyrics.

The Turbulence And The Torment - Black Tape for a Blue Girl (дарквейв). 04 - Overwhelmed, Beneath Me - Black Tape for a Blue Girl - This Lush Garden Within (1993). 07 - The Turbulence And The Torment - Black Tape for a Blue Girl - This Lush Garden Within (1993). 01 - Left, Unsaid - Black Tape for a Blue Girl - This Lush Garden Within (1993). 06 - The Christ In The Desert - Black Tape for a Blue Girl - This Lush Garden Within (1993). 13 - Our Future Imagined - Black Tape for a Blue Girl - This Lush Garden Within (1993). 03 - We Exist Entwined - Black Tape for.

Lush Garden, Los Angeles, CA. Submit Corrections. As This Mortal Coil did with the 4AD label roster, here Black Tape draws in a wide number of Projekt labelmates, including Padraic Ogl of Thanatos, Mike Vanportfleet of Lycia and Ryan Lum of Love Spirals Downwards.

Tracklist: 1. Left, Unsaid, 2. The Broken Glass, 3. We Exist, Entwined, 4. Overwhelmed, Beneath Me, 5. This Lush Garden Within, 6. The Christ In The Desert, 7. The Turbulence And The Torment, 8. The Flow Of Our Spirit, 9. Into The Garden, 10. Decomposed By The Fire Of The Firmament, 11. Gravity’s Angel, 12. On Broken Shells Of Crystal Dreams, 13. Our Future Imagined. More albums from black tape for a blue girl: Mesmerized By The Sirens by black tape for a blue girl. 10 Neurotics by black tape for a blue girl. As One Aflame Laid Bare By Desire by black tape for a blue girl. These Fleeting Moments by black tape for a blue girl. Ashes In The Brittle Air by black tape for a blue girl. The Scavenger Bride by black tape for a blue girl. Halo Star by black tape for a blue girl. Remnants Of A Deeper Purity by black tape for a blue girl. View all albums . 6. The Christ in the Desert. 7. The Turbulence and the Torment. 8. The Flow of our Spirit. 10. Decomposed by the Fire of the Firmament. 12. On Broken Shells of Crystal Dreams. 13. Other productions from Black Tape For A Blue Girl.

Tracklist

Left, Unsaid 4:37
The Broken Glass 3:38
We Exist, Entwined 5:17
Overwhelmed, Beneath Me 3:20
This Lush Garden Within 1:49
The Christ In The Desert 6:29
The Turbulence And The Torment 5:44
The Flow Of Our Spirit 3:28
Into The Garden 4:10
Decomposed By The Fire Of The Firmament 4:14
Gravity's Angel 1:50
On Broken Shells Of Crystal Dreams 6:40
Our Future Imagined 3:21

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PRO 38 black tape for a blue girl This Lush Garden Within ‎(CD, Album) Projekt PRO 38 US 1993
39100622 62, PRO38 black tape for a blue girl This Lush Garden Within ‎(CD, Album) Hyperium Records, Projekt 39100622 62, PRO38 Germany 1993
PRO 38 black tape for a blue girl This Lush Garden Within ‎(CD, Album) Projekt PRO 38 US 1993
PRO 38 black tape for a blue girl This Lush Garden Within ‎(CD, Album) Projekt PRO 38 US 1993
PRO 38 black tape for a blue girl This Lush Garden Within ‎(Cass, Album) Projekt PRO 38 US 1993


Reviews:
  • Livina
"Left, Unsaid" sets the scene - mysterious, slowly drifting music with piano & cello-like keyboards swelling over the ambient sounds of nocturnal insects. SAM ROSENTHAL sings & talks his words over the odd beauty while fanfares punctuate the air in celebration (of some ritual). "The Broken Glass" is a more composed thing with guitar sounds mixing with violin-like rhythm while the vocalists (OSCAR BERRERA, LUCIAN CASSELMAN & SAM ROSENTHAL) add the strange elements of beauteous mystery which makes so many of the releases on this label so desirable. "We Exist, Entwined" is one of their more odd experimental pieces, starting like something by POPUL VUH, it soon changes, becoming an Eastern, Arabian Night fantasy with a seemingly looped rhythm over which the vocalist layers his voice, creating a haunting piece of music which briefly breaks for an ambient interlude before kicking back into life - a very clever little composition indeed. In the second part the vocalist sings half-hidden words. It has a certain tension to it, an eager readiness to slice the air into silence like a simitar through the relately feeble material of human flesh, "Overwhelmed, Beneath Me" returns to a more dreamlike, gentle mood music which still has an edge to it. "This Lush Garden Within", the title track is a comparatively simple piece built mainly on acoustic guitar & voice, a heartfelt song from PADRAIC OGL. "The Christ In The Desert" is a gentle dreamsong, a journey through darkness & varous images, like sea washing against a pebble shore. A dark composition which seems to utilise.a myriad natural sounds as it's music, all moulded into one specific mood, a mood both dark & dread. "The Turbulence And The Torment" returns to a more musical area with gently rippling sequencer amidst which multiple layers of electronics are woven, more gentle than the most mellow New Ager, this drifts in a cataleptic dreamstate, roiling in tiny eddys as whispered voice gently breaks the delicate air, "The Flow Of Our Spirit" is a gentle, barely-tuned hymn of sadness & beauty, a pastoral glance into another human's soul. "Into The Garden" again uses a certain discrete drama, dark theme from some arcane religious ceremony with fanfares & chanting. It reminds me a lot of GRAEME REVELL's music on SPK's milestone "Zamia Lehmanni" album, doomy & gloomy yet full of rich colourful beauty. "Decomposed By The Fire Of The Firmament" heads even deeper, even darker, into the shadows of the human mind, a dramatic groundswell of elecltronics over which the vocalists agonise their words, reaching for human emotion through the ether. "Gravity's Angel" is apparently a cover version of a LAURIE ANDERSON piece - SUSAN JENNINGS singing over simple but dramatic music which creeps like nightmarish spiders. "On Broken Shells Of Crystal Dreams" opens to harmonised voices before becoming a heavily-weighted slow-dance, a theme from hidden caverns, a song of heartfelt loss. It moves along to an almost ambient, drifting instrumental theme. "Our Future Imagined" closes the album, chiming through muted sounds, it becomes another slow, reflective, timeless song with almost operatic leanings (held fast by it's obvious Avant Garde roots), it's another song from the land of dreams & fantasies, a theme from wherever childhood imagination emerges from. BLACK TAPE FOR A BLUE GIRL are not easy to pigeon-hole or to describe, always ready to do something different it only to upset (or offset) what we have come to regard as their 'Sound'. Despite the beauty & mood they create, a BTFABG album is never an easy listen, but always rewarding to explore. If I were to compare them to anyone, it would be THIS MORTAL COIL, although they are musically fairly diverse. If you don't know their sound I'd recommend them as both ethereal & experimental. Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.