The Burden Of Hope [remastered]

by Grails

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Fiori I heard Grails maybe 5 or so years back on KFJC--- a great station to find what many may be looking for My intro was the Black Tar, (of course/lesson of life) and a few others.. I knew this album existed but dont recall if I checked it out. Great stuff here. interior processing tool here if that makes any sense to ya. Would love to hear more performed and recorded in similar vein (violin too!) While I was at it I picked up Take Refuge & Deep Politics as well.
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Remastered by Carl Saff in 2010.

Originally released by Neurosis’ Neurot Recordings label in 2003 and 2004, Burden and Redlight together represent “phase one” of the band that would go on to become one of the world’s most acclaimed instrumental/experimental rock outfits. Still considered to be fan favorites of many, these first albums were recorded in a live studio setting with minimal overdubbing, an approach far from the dense psychedelic production of the records that would follow (e.g. Burning Off Impurities, Doomsdayer‘s Holiday). This early material offers an intriguing glimpse of the genre-colliding experiments around the corner, with covers of tunes by Sun City Girls and Richard Thompson, as well as a guest appearance from Steve Mackay (The Stooges).

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released October 7, 2003

Alex Hall ~ guitar
William Slater ~ piano/bass/Rhodes/guitar
Emil Amos ~ drums/lap steel
Zak Riles ~ guitar
Timothy Horner ~ violin

Recorded by Jason Powers at Type Foundry, PDX, 2002~03

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