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A Room for the Night

a Single or EP release
John Orsi

Release Year: 2012

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Added To Proggnosis Database on: 9/6/2012 12:00:00 AM
Entry Last Updated on: 12/11/2016 9:22:00 AM by: DBSilver
  1. Crescent Park - 2:36
  2. Hodges' Lodge - 4:17
  3. Jaldi - 2:25
  4. Togetherness - 2:30
  5. Companion Wheel - 1:39
  6. Two Trains Passing in the Night (Not That Many Trains Pass in My Nights Anymore) - 9:39

John Orsiz
all instruments

Reviewed by Marc on 06 Sep 2012

Yet another classy album put out by "it's Twilight Time". This time it's an EP by John Orsi called A Room for the Night. Those familiar with "it's Twilight Time" will know that they are recognisable for their dark ambient instrumental music, somewhat inspired by King Crimson/Robert Fripp, and A Room for the Night does fit in that mold.

Compared to other CDs I have heard from this label, I would qualify the music as more experimental and even psychedelic at times and perhaps... a little harder to digest. For example the last track, "Two Trains Passing in the Night" pretty much sounds like two trains passing in the night, but in a musical sort of way. Very interesting and original, but not a toe tapper for sure.

As usual for albums from "it's Twilight Time", the production is excellent, including the album sleeve. For the more adventurous music lovers and fans of Robert Fripp, A Room for the Night is highly recommended.