Tim blake blakes new jerusalem - Blake’s Cottage | The Blake Society
The styling is never less than assured, and [director] Ruben knows how to put bland, unruffled surfaces to sinister Hitchcockian uses.
But there’s tentative, transparent spiritual triumph to the titular epic whose organ tops zoned-out synthesizers with baroque eloquence and stitches together an ever-shifting tapestry that takes “And did those feet in ancient time” towards eras-to-come. Progressive in its every twist and turn, “New Jerusalem” is one of criminally overlooked classics – forged in the crosshairs of symphonic intent and technical innovation and, when reassessed years later, demonstrating no sign of deterioration. Maybe this is because so much thought went into it, as documented on expansive home recordings “From Outta Space” and “Jupiter To Jerusalem” which add little to the overall experience yet expose experimental aspect of Tim’s method to bare Blake’s creative process.
Tim followed his debut album “Crystal Machine” with arguably his finest work, “Blake’s New Jerusalem”. Unlike his previous work, the album featured songs and the lengthy title-track would dominate the album’s second side.
- Various Vision Of The Emortion
- Red Machete Pull The Rope
- Andrew Thomas Wilson The Chain Reaction Original Soundtrack Music
- Spellbound Rockin Reckless
- Winston James Janet Ferron Prison Sentence Darling I Need You
- Rocky Roberts Et Les Airedales The Bird Is The Word
- Jan Akkerman Oil In The Family
- The Temptations Aint Too Proud To Beg Youll Lose A Precious Love
- The Saints Best Of The Saints
- Bach Vivaldi Baroque Double Concertos
- Guadalcanal Diary Watusi Rodeo
- Man Jumping Jumpcut
- Live Skull Pusherman
- Boogie Boys The Rappin Aint No Thing
- Various Jazz In Czechoslovakia 3
- O De Filippi Favole Per Ogni Eta
- Various Pordenone The Great Complotto
- Le Macchie Rosse Il Vento Della Notte La Mia Stagione
- James Brown And The Famous Flames Cold Sweat Part 1 2
- Mike Oldfield North Star Platinium Finale