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Mark Lanegan - Scraps At Midnight (2017 Re-Issue)

The single 'Netsanet' (feat. Mulatu Astatke) is a deep exploration of Mulatu's trademark Ethio-jazz, while Crushing Lactic, composed by Tom Rogerson (fresh from a recent collaboration with Brian Eno) has a frenzied flow, with big horns and driving rhythm section.

Elsewhere, Pete Wareham (stalwart of the London jazz revival) lends his free-flowing sax to What’s Gone Before, leading us into a powerful communion of jazz and brass as Mulatu Astatke’s Derashe takes the listener down a vibrating rhythmic path while accompanied by blasts of horns and Mulatu’s trademark vibraphone. Two spoken word compositions ('Why Yellow' and 'Climbing Up My Own Life Until I Die') featuring York-born writer and comedian Rob Auton lend an introspective voice to 'Collaborations: Volume One'.

TRACKLISTING

Hospital Roll Call
Hotel Stay
Bell Black Ocean
Last One In The World
Praying Ground
Wheels
Waiting On A Train
Day And Night
Because Of This

PRODUCT DETAILS

Artist:  Mark Lanegan
Label:  Sub Pop
Condition:  New 
Genre:  Indie & Alternative
Format:  Vinyl LP
Cat Number:  SP 419
Released:  25 August 2017

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