Foxx, John: Avenham

Foxx, John SKU: 43458172
Foxx, John: Avenham

Foxx, John: Avenham

Foxx, John SKU: 43458172

Format: CD

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Title: Avenham
Artist: Foxx, John
Label: Metamatic
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 5060446128343
Genre: Electronic

Avenham is about a feeling. It's a place John Foxx knew as a young man but it's more than a location. It's less defined, more dispersed and mysterious than that. As Foxx says: "I think the point of music is to remain open enough for everyone to invest with their own experiences and memories, so I'm not going to explain too much,' he says of the album which has echoes of his own London Overgrown recordings but also Drift Music with Harold Budd, his My Lost City album and the Ghost Harmonic project. "Avenham is always a mystery, anyway - even to me - and I've been going there for over sixty years. It's a real place, that's also as mythical as the gates of Eden. So the music is likewise nebulous and impressionistic - I hope not simply nostalgic, but redolent of myriad memories and sensations, and of the view from here to a time which occurs in almost everyone's life, when the world becomes a radiant place of infinite mystery and promise - and everything seems possible."

Tracks:
1.1 On Waking
1.2 Ampurias To Ithaka
1.3 Dream Through Trees
1.4 The Best Of Us
1.5 A Murmuration
1.6 Avenham
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