No More Lamps In The Morning
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'No More Lamps In the Morning' is a new folk route, a stripped down starsailor vector connecting heller to highwater.
Foster, on nylon string guitar, and husband Victor Her- rero, accompanying on Portuguese guitar, together weave intimate readings of songs spanning Foster's songwriting career including selections from recent albums "This Coming Gladness" (2008) and "I'm a Dreamer" (2013) and back to Born Heller (2004).
Foster's new route is a free, chromatic music, a tuneful montana of mind--an expansive harmonic space dominated by Rif mountain on the horizon. As highwater as the music is, as broad the stylistic palette of the musicians, the music really exists in service of the lyrics.
Two of the songs on No More Lamps are poems by Rudyard Kipling and James Joyce given musical settings by Foster. The rest arguably are musical settings
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Music Genre Primary||Folk|