Vinyl LP pressing. Spittle Records present a reissue of The Durutti Column's Dry, originally released in 1991 on Materiali Sonori. Dry is conceived as a new journey among Vini inventions, through rarefied moods and subterranean streams of sound. The fifteen songs (lasting fifty-five minutes) were recorded in Manchester in 1990. Vini sits in on guitar and piano, while Mitchell is on electronic and acoustic percussion, other instruments such as the clarinet (played by Zinnia Mitchell-Williams, Bruce's daughter), harmonica, viola and keyboards are also featured on the session. Here, once again, Durutti Column's music could be defined as half-way between melancholy rock and "progressive" new age.
Vinyl LP pressing. Spittle Records present a reissue of The Durutti Column's Dry, originally released in 1991 on Materiali Sonori. Dry is conceived as a new journey among Vini inventions, through rarefied moods and subterranean streams of sound. The fifteen songs (lasting fifty-five minutes) were recorded in Manchester in 1990. Vini sits in on guitar and piano, while Mitchell is on electronic and acoustic percussion, other instruments such as the clarinet (played by Zinnia Mitchell-Williams, Bruce's daughter), harmonica, viola and keyboards are also featured on the session. Here, once again, Durutti Column's music could be defined as half-way between melancholy rock and "progressive" new age.
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Format: Vinyl
Rel. Date: 07/30/2021
UPC: 8056099004766

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Vinyl LP pressing. Spittle Records present a reissue of The Durutti Column's Dry, originally released in 1991 on Materiali Sonori. Dry is conceived as a new journey among Vini inventions, through rarefied moods and subterranean streams of sound. The fifteen songs (lasting fifty-five minutes) were recorded in Manchester in 1990. Vini sits in on guitar and piano, while Mitchell is on electronic and acoustic percussion, other instruments such as the clarinet (played by Zinnia Mitchell-Williams, Bruce's daughter), harmonica, viola and keyboards are also featured on the session. Here, once again, Durutti Column's music could be defined as half-way between melancholy rock and "progressive" new age.