Jozef Van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch - The Mystery Of Heaven FLAC album
Jozef Van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch: The Mystery of Heaven (Full Album) 00:00 - Etimasia 03:12 - Flowing Light of the Godhead 14:15 - The Mystery of Heaven.
The Mystery of Heaven is the second collaborative album by Jozef van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch. It was released on Sacred Bones Records in 2012. The track "The More She Burns the More Beautifully She Glows" features a guest appearance from actress Tilda Swinton. Bob Boilen of NPR said: "The album is gritty but not in-your-face; it's pretty, but there's nothing delicate about it. It's a rich, appropriately cinematic sound. Etimasia" on SoundCloud.
It's a story told through Jarmusch's feedback-addled guitar parts and the Dutch lutist's forlorn playing. The tracks on The Mystery of Heaven reach down to the same spot, as told through Van Wissem's forlorn lute playing and Jarmusch's feedback-addled guitar parts. Their only diversion is to employ actress (and Only Lovers star) Tilda Swinton to provide a stern spoken word passage over "The More She Burns the More Beautifully She Glows". Much of this record is a gentle advance on the ideas of Concerning the Entrance Into Eternity, with Jarmusch again taking a back seat to Van Wissem's lead.
The Mystery of Heaven is the second collaborative album between lute revivalist and innovator Jozef Van Wissem and guitarist Jim Jarmusch to appear in 2012. The first, Concerning the Entrance Into Eternity, appeared on Important in the spring. It showcased a seemingly natural intimacy and near instinctive rapport between the pair. This date on Sacred Bones is very much a continuation of the dialogue begun on the earlier album, but also stands on its own with a few key differences. The brief "Etimasia" opens with Van Wissem using an alternate tuning to execute a minor-key progression.
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The Mystery Of Heaven by Jozef van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch, released 13 November 2012 1. Etimasia 2. Flowing Light OF The Godhead 3. The Mystery Of Heaven (Long Version) 4. Jozef van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch feat. Tilda Swinton - The More She Burns The More Beautifully She Glows 5. Etimasia (Reprise) 6. Flowing Light Of The Godhead (Eternal Sun). Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Van Wissem is ‘both an avant-garde composer and a baroque lutenist, and thus no stranger to dichotomy,’ (New York Times).
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Van Wissem’s classical ties show most clearly on the album’s title track, the lute repeatedly parsing out a simple theme, waves of feedback-edge electric pushing forward as the theme devolves into dissonance. The bass-heavy riff of opening cut Etimasia oozes drama, its measured two-step smoldering into a dream. Not into lute-noise fusion? Perhaps a spoken word piece read by Tilda Swinton over some blaring feedback would be more up your alley. This dramatic route is one that requires expansive, slow-developing push and pull to work, and the 33 minutes of The Mystery of Heaven feels too compressed to soar. Swinton’s story only covers two minutes of the song’s 11. The entrancing Etimasia, despite a brief reprise to end the album, could easily spread from its three-minute incarnation here. An expanded look at this duo’s heady, cinematic interplay likely would make for even stronger results.