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Extra Patience (After Sebald)

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mon1ka
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mon1ka I'm yet to watch the film this music is from, but it's nice to hear more of patience's OST.

If you like the film or the original album, give this a try. Favorite track: So run down.
Mr.BlueBeart
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Mr.BlueBeart very bad quality. the noise drowns out the music. no listening pleasure. a pity. not recommendable. shame about the money
Dylan Zayas
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Dylan Zayas There's something about hearing the manipulated voice of a musician that has long since sung their last note that never ceases to send chills down my spine.
"Extra Patience (After Sebald" has the most vocal loops out of The Caretaker's discography, and because of that, was the most uncanny to listen to.
I love this record, but I really have to be in the right mindset to want to be haunted by it. Favorite track: Of grace and providence.
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June 2020
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A lot of people have been asking me for this one.
So it's been made available again for free for a short time.
Bonus tracks not on the Patience album.
Take care.
xx

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Available for free for a limited time. Extra tracks taken from the soundtrack of the Grant Gee film "Patience (After Sebald). The source material for 'Patience' was sourced from Franz Schubert's 1827 piece 'Winterreise' and subjected to his perplexing processes, smudging and rubbing isolated fragments into a dust-caked haze of plangent keys, strangely resolved loops and de-pitched vocals which recede from view as eerily as they appear.

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released February 12, 2012

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“The advantage of a bad memory is that one enjoys several times the same good things for the first time.”

― Friedrich Nietzsche

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