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At the Dimming of the Day

Artist: Chris Garrick

Date of Release: 22/09/2006

Catalogue no: 1007

Label: Flying Blue Whale

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Track Listing

No

 

Title

Duration

1

 

Dimming Of The Day

3.51

2

 

Touch Her Soft Lips And Part

4.54

3

 

Cinema Paradiso

6.29

4

 

The Londonderry Air

2.50

5

 

I'll Never Be The Same

4.02

6

 

Invierno Porteno

4.26

7

 

The Gentle Rain

7.34

8

 

Stormy Weather

4.42

9

 

Love Me Tender

2.32

10

 

Don't Worry 'Bout Me

3.31

11

 

Come Sunday

3.39

12

 

Absinthe Minded

5.37

13

 

Tennessee Waltz

4.07

 

 

 

 

Appearances by

John Etheridge

Recorded over Easter 2006, At the Dimming of the Day sees the first duo album release from Chris and John Etheridge - a pair who have been associated for a mind-numbing 27 years! Lauded by The Times, Superb interplay - Gorgeous stuff, the duo of Chris Garrick and John Etheridge has stunned audiences with its range, dynamism, flexibility and spirit of adventure. Covering ground from Reinhardt - Grappelli to modern multi-layered texturing these two musicians weave a colourful tapestry of brilliant sounds.

 

Reviews

 

01/10/2006 Dave Gelly, Observer

Thirteen violin-and-guitar duets may not sound like an exciting proposition, but this is a most remarkable album. The range of expression, originality of ideas and boldness of execution puts it in a class of its own. Etheridge has been called 'one of the best guitarists in the world ' by no less a figure than Pat Metheny, and on this showing that's the plain truth. Garrick, a former child prodigy, can swing with the best of them, but there's also warmth, lyricism and a lot of wit. The programme is inspired, too, with themes by everyone from Duke Ellington to William Walton, by way of Ennio Morricone.


 

01/10/2006 Dave Gelly, Observer

Thirteen violin-and-guitar duets may not sound like an exciting proposition, but this is a most remarkable album. The range of expression, originality of ideas and boldness of execution puts it in a class of its own. Etheridge has been called 'one of the best guitarists in the world ' by no less a figure than Pat Metheny, and on this showing that's the plain truth. Garrick, a former child prodigy, can swing with the best of them, but there's also warmth, lyricism and a lot of wit. The programme is inspired, too, with themes by everyone from Duke Ellington to William Walton, by way of Ennio Morricone.


 

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