Album Review: Riding the Way Back by Knitting By Twilight

Album Name: Riding the Way Back
Artist: Knitting By Twilight
Year/Label: 2009 / Independent

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Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds

In December of 2008 I reviewed their previous release called [An Evening Out of Town]. This is much the same. Lovely, kind of ambient chill music, though there are some rock guitars too.

It’s repetitive, but that’s sort of the thing with this kind of music. Generally a song will start out with a beat, then a guitar gets added, then another instrument. Kind of like a loop station.

This is kind of hard for me because I don’t know how much else I can say seeing as I’m not a musician and I don’t know all the intricacies of the way the songs are put together or what went into them, but I know it sounds fantastic.

It’s certainly stuff that’s perfect as a film score or soundtrack. Think dream sequences. Really cool.

Track Listing
1 Shiver
2 Mik’s Glacier
3 She’s Here
4 Blue Ink for Fountain Pens Alternate Version
5 Twirling Guitars and Glad Tambourines

[Knitting By Twilight Official Site]

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