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The Iron Stone

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: The Climber; Sir Patrick Spens; Wyatt

The Iron Stone

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: The Climber; Sir Patrick Spens; Wyatt

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Robin Williamson: The Iron Stone

Read "The Iron Stone" reviewed by John Kelman

Scottish singer/multi-instrumentalist Robin Williamson continues to mine the nexus of traditional song and free improvisation on The Iron Stone. Back from Skirting the River Road (ECM, 2002) are Mat Maneri (viola and Hardanger fiddle) and Swedish traditionalist Ale Möller (on a plethora of instruments plucked, pressed or blown), while renowned bassist Barre Phillips makes his first ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Robin Williamson: The Iron Stone

Read "The Iron Stone" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski

Singer/multi-instrumentalist Robin Williamson's The Iron Stone is one of his most unusual ones, because it is a careful blend between experimental, improvised music and poetry. Recorded in the Welsh countryside, Williamson's third outing for ECM continues to evolve and develop what began on 2002's Skirting The River Road. While previously he favored and looked for inspiration ...

The Iron Stone

Label: Pirouet
Released: 2006


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