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|1.||"6,000 Drunks Clinging To A Landslip" (part 1) (1:43)|
|2.||"Morning Walk" (5:05)|
|3.||"Pool In The Rose" (6:02)|
|4.||"The Upturned Glass" (part 1) (5:26)|
|1.||"The Upturned Glass" (part 2) (7:49)|
|2.||"Evening Song" (4:40)|
|3.||"6,000 Drunks Clinging To A Landslip" (part 2) (4:02)|
Since first joining forces in 2017, Warren Hampshire and Greg Foat have released some of the most magical albums of recent times - sets that cannily combine their mutual love of pastoral music, jazz-funk, library jazz, soundtracks and heady downtempo grooves. The Upturned Glass, the pair's sixth collaborative full-length, is another genuine gem. Highlights come thick and fast, from the skewed, lo-fi jazz-funk warmth of 'Pool In The Rose' and the string-drenched beauty of opener '6,000 Drunks Clinging to a Landslip' (an amusing title for a genuinely moving track), to the chiming, low-slung brilliance of the two-part title track and the emotive, slow-motion ambient-folk beauty of 'Evening Song'.
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