Despite having to remonstrate with the security guards who were letting RF’s performance get in the way of their loud chinwagging, this polite middle-aged man from Wimborne still manages to produce over one and half hours of music that moves from blissful wonder to the downright ominous. Highlights include RF’s introduction of a rippling arpeggio at around the thirty minute mark and the dramatic clarion call of church-organ chords that herald the end of the world as we know it towards the end of the set. If you wanted to compare it to one of the previous released Soundscapes (for orientation purposes only) then if you liked A Blessing Of Tears you’ll certainly appreciate this performance. Brimming with concentrated layers of harmony and longing melody, it’s delivered with a deceptive but nevertheless devastating simplicity.

AUDIO SOURCE: Dat Direct From Rack

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TRACK
TIME
01
Hartford I
41:38
02
Hartford II
06:15
03
Hartford III
05:45
04
Hartford IV
08:09
05
Hartford V
02:02
06
Hartford VI
16:06
01
Hartford VII
08:15
02
Hartford VIII
18:31
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