The Tear Garden : The Last Man To Fly

“Is that the man for whom you watch and fear?”
“For whom you watch and pray?”

Hard to believe that this was released roughly ten years ago, as it has aged remarkably well and retains a timeless quality, which is one of the characteristic elements prevalent in almost every project Edward Ka-Spel is involved in. As it is frequently mentioned elsewhere, there is a definite nod to Pink Floyd, but more along the lines of a lucid Barrett-helmed Floyd, with glimpses of the future directions of Download and The Legendary Pink Dots: psychedelic kaleidoscopes of love and loss, within a universe both captivating and cruel.

~ by John Lithium on October 25, 2011.

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