We've been lucky enough to hear this and it is super chill.The Saxophones began as the solo project of Erenkov...
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We've been lucky enough to hear this and it is super chill.
The Saxophones began as the solo project of Erenkov - a project that was loosely started over a decade ago but gained full momentum and dedication in recent years - he wanted to bring in some primitive drum and percussion playing and couldn’t think of anyone more suited than his wife. “I wanted to share the band with her,” he says. “Plus, I would be devastated if I had to leave for weeks at a time to tour without her.” The songs which make up the debut album were formed and written during a period in which the pair were living on a boat during a very wet winter in the San Francisco Bay Area.
“Much of the music was written over rainy mornings on acoustic guitar inside the cabin of our boat and outside of the city in a little guesthouse in Pt. Reyes,” he reflects. It was then recorded in Portland over ten days, the recording was an intense and occasionally tense process.
Taking inspiration from 1950s exotica and Hawaiian albums (Edhen Abhez, Buddy Fo, and Martin Denny), 1970s outsider Italian songwriter Vittorio Impiglia, and a host of third-stream and West coast jazz records, the result is a unique offering.
1. Time Is Like a River 2. Picture 3. Aloha 4. Singing Desperately 5. Just Give Up 6. Alone Again 7. Work Music 8. Mysteries Revealed 9. Find I Forget 10. Afterglow