“I wondered whether music might not be the unique example of what might have been — if the invention of language, the formation of words, the analysis of ideas had not intervened — the means of communication between souls.”
From In Search Of Lost Time, Vol. 5: The Captive & The Fugitive (1913-27) by Marcel Proust.
Scary monsters of smooth jazz lay on the treacle
As background treacle Around the Horn works. Rick and his mates are simply being social serving up stylish lean cuts of major scale modalities without having to worry their heads over pesky switches in the dynamics or being adventurous. Trumpet star Till Brönner guests on the title track and yes he is often a tasteful player however much high gloss he ladles on. In all aptness Coldplay’s Yellow also receives the Brauny treatment. Out now