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I stood in front of an austere set of closed doors and listened to a young pianist play Gurdjieff's Hymns.
Robin Williamson Trusting In The Rising Light Robin Williamson vocals, Celtic harp, guitar, hardanger fiddle, whistles Mat Maneri viola Ches Smith vibraphone, drums, gongs, percussion Recorded January 2014, Rockfield Studios, Monmouth Engineer: Steve Lowe Assistant engineer: Tim Lewis Mastering: Christoph Stickel and Steve Lake Produced by Steve Lake Robin Williamson, perhaps the last true bard on earth, returns with .
Following a string of intimate programs setting the words of famous poets to music (among them Dylan Thomas, Walt Whitman, and William Blake), he now dips a quill into his own inkwell and scrawls a masterful new ream of originals.
It struck me as a good idea since I knew that Ches had formed a new trio with Mat and Craig Taborn.
So inside the Williamson line-up there were two proven associations, Robin/Mat and Ches/Mat.