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Glenn Fallows and Mark Treffel released their first album, 'The Globeflower Master Vol. 1', on Mr Bongo in September 2021. With it's lush, warm and timeless productions paying homage to classic 60s and 70s soundtrack composers, it was very well received and struck a chord with the scene's connoisseurs. Louder Than War emphatically stated, "It's impossible not to like The Globeflower Masters Vol. 1.", with Gigwise echoing that praise "slickly compelling retro vibes". The Globeflower Master Vol. 2 is the slightly edgier and more grown-up sequel to Mark and Glenn's 2021 debut album. For this excursion, the Brighton-based duo wanted to lean a little further into their European film soundtrack influences, with particular inspiration mined from the works of Stefano Torossi, David Shire, and Roger Webb. This expansion of their sound builds upon the rich tapestry of cinematic funk à la David Axelrod, Serge Gainsbourg and Morricone that fashioned Vol. 1. Here the arrangements, melodies, and harmonies have been refined; only what is needed is left. Pulled into it's vortex for the ride. This record doesn't pull any punches.The recordings are drenched in visual imagery; they stimulate the senses and invite the imagination to roam. Ethereal, hazy memories of lost summers are triggered; the beauty of listening to music when driving along a deserted road in the Italian countryside lined with cypress trees heading towards the sun, and beyond. As the musical journey progresses, we even take a voyage to another planet. Whether these memories are real or constructed recollections of scenes from film and television, the tracks evoke a feeling of nostalgia and comfort. Like all the best music, 'The Globeflower Masters Vol. 2' takes us out of ourselves even if it's only temporarily. To consolidate the shape of the sound, drummers Timmy Rickard and Ollie Boorman (who also featured on Vol. 1) and John Maiden (Tricky collaborator) sprinkled their magic and forged their stamps onto the recordings. Collaborating with other talented musicians contributed to the picture Mark and Glenn wanted to paint. The 'Globeflower Master Vol. 2' is a fitting tribute to the music they love and care deeply about and a glorious addition to their musical world.
Glenn Fallows and Mark Treffel released their first album, 'The Globeflower Master Vol. 1', on Mr Bongo in September 2021. With it's lush, warm and timeless productions paying homage to classic 60s and 70s soundtrack composers, it was very well received and struck a chord with the scene's connoisseurs. Louder Than War emphatically stated, "It's impossible not to like The Globeflower Masters Vol. 1.", with Gigwise echoing that praise "slickly compelling retro vibes". The Globeflower Master Vol. 2 is the slightly edgier and more grown-up sequel to Mark and Glenn's 2021 debut album. For this excursion, the Brighton-based duo wanted to lean a little further into their European film soundtrack influences, with particular inspiration mined from the works of Stefano Torossi, David Shire, and Roger Webb. This expansion of their sound builds upon the rich tapestry of cinematic funk à la David Axelrod, Serge Gainsbourg and Morricone that fashioned Vol. 1. Here the arrangements, melodies, and harmonies have been refined; only what is needed is left. Pulled into it's vortex for the ride. This record doesn't pull any punches.The recordings are drenched in visual imagery; they stimulate the senses and invite the imagination to roam. Ethereal, hazy memories of lost summers are triggered; the beauty of listening to music when driving along a deserted road in the Italian countryside lined with cypress trees heading towards the sun, and beyond. As the musical journey progresses, we even take a voyage to another planet. Whether these memories are real or constructed recollections of scenes from film and television, the tracks evoke a feeling of nostalgia and comfort. Like all the best music, 'The Globeflower Masters Vol. 2' takes us out of ourselves even if it's only temporarily. To consolidate the shape of the sound, drummers Timmy Rickard and Ollie Boorman (who also featured on Vol. 1) and John Maiden (Tricky collaborator) sprinkled their magic and forged their stamps onto the recordings. Collaborating with other talented musicians contributed to the picture Mark and Glenn wanted to paint. The 'Globeflower Master Vol. 2' is a fitting tribute to the music they love and care deeply about and a glorious addition to their musical world.
7119691286020

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Format: CD
Label: MR BONGO
Rel. Date: 12/02/2022
UPC: 7119691286020

Globeflower Masters Vol. 2
Artist: Glenn Fallows / Mark Trefel Present
Format: CD
New: Available $12.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Vibe Sharp
2. Echo the Oread
3. Remember Empathy
4. Calico Suite
5. Ely to Chi
6. Orquesta Es Vedrà
7. A Voyage North
8. Moogs Over Jupiter
9. Convention IV
10. Darkness Beneath
11. Walked for Days

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Glenn Fallows and Mark Treffel released their first album, 'The Globeflower Master Vol. 1', on Mr Bongo in September 2021. With it's lush, warm and timeless productions paying homage to classic 60s and 70s soundtrack composers, it was very well received and struck a chord with the scene's connoisseurs. Louder Than War emphatically stated, "It's impossible not to like The Globeflower Masters Vol. 1.", with Gigwise echoing that praise "slickly compelling retro vibes". The Globeflower Master Vol. 2 is the slightly edgier and more grown-up sequel to Mark and Glenn's 2021 debut album. For this excursion, the Brighton-based duo wanted to lean a little further into their European film soundtrack influences, with particular inspiration mined from the works of Stefano Torossi, David Shire, and Roger Webb. This expansion of their sound builds upon the rich tapestry of cinematic funk à la David Axelrod, Serge Gainsbourg and Morricone that fashioned Vol. 1. Here the arrangements, melodies, and harmonies have been refined; only what is needed is left. Pulled into it's vortex for the ride. This record doesn't pull any punches.The recordings are drenched in visual imagery; they stimulate the senses and invite the imagination to roam. Ethereal, hazy memories of lost summers are triggered; the beauty of listening to music when driving along a deserted road in the Italian countryside lined with cypress trees heading towards the sun, and beyond. As the musical journey progresses, we even take a voyage to another planet. Whether these memories are real or constructed recollections of scenes from film and television, the tracks evoke a feeling of nostalgia and comfort. Like all the best music, 'The Globeflower Masters Vol. 2' takes us out of ourselves even if it's only temporarily. To consolidate the shape of the sound, drummers Timmy Rickard and Ollie Boorman (who also featured on Vol. 1) and John Maiden (Tricky collaborator) sprinkled their magic and forged their stamps onto the recordings. Collaborating with other talented musicians contributed to the picture Mark and Glenn wanted to paint. The 'Globeflower Master Vol. 2' is a fitting tribute to the music they love and care deeply about and a glorious addition to their musical world.
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