The Space Between Us is the debut solo album by Craig Armstrong, originally released in 1998 on Melankolic Records. Elizabeth Fraser of Cocteau Twins contributes vocals to the track "This Love", and The Blue Nile's Paul Buchanan appears on "Let's Go Out Tonight", which is a rework of the song of the same name by Blue Nile. The first track, "Weather Storm", is a reworking of a song by the same name which appears on Massive Attack's 1994 album, Protection, to which Armstrong contributed.
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Can we sail to Spain, just me and you? Open ocean and the bright blue sky above Well do you want, do you want the moon? I'll get it for you. From the top so high to the valley low I wanna give you whatever you need so just let me know 'Cause all I want is more of you All I want is you. Give me a dance she says, just take my hand she says I don't want anything Let's make our getaway just me and you, babe The rest of the world can wait 'Cause I've been waiting for you, I've been waiting for you. With the world we know waiting on hold.
RELEASE: The Space Between The Trees. RELEASE DATE: February 9th 2019. RECORD COMPANY: Morningside Young Team Records. For those of you new to this blog, Edinburg-based ‘Wozniak’ have been thrilling us with their musical incantations since way back in 2013, subtly changing and morphing their collective sound with each individual release and building something that is much more akin to an experimental sonic journey than it is to a definite generic specification. Bone Caves’ is sublime and a definite album highlight for me. The albums lead track, ‘Twin Sirens’, arrives with a menacing edge. Catchy lines of guitar bellow on top of swirling instrumental drones as woozy lines of bass tip toe in between the lines and we glide on swirling waves of reverb.
The Space Between Us is impeccably produced, from the redos of Massive Attack's "Weather Storm" and the music from the balcony scene of Romeo + Juliet to the new ballad "This Love," with vocals by Cocteau Twins' Elizabeth Fraser. If there is a problem with the album, it's that the other tracks have that vague feel of a soundtrack or original score that sounds pleasant enough but doesn't make for diverting listening.
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