The Golden Apples of the Sun Radio Show


Nature and Organisation
June 16, 2016, 11:25 am
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Featuring a repeated vocal motif (“loneliness”) spoken by an female speaker identified only as “Oriental girl” (somehow managing to be sublimely creepy and moving at the same time) and spoken lyrics by David Tibet, Michael Cashmore plays the rest of the instruments on the song, ranging from acoustic/electric guitars, keyboards, tubular bells, and glockenspiel. The song continues to expand majestically for about seven minutes, until only the repeated vocal returns, at which point a jarring cacaphony of highly distorted guitar and drum soloing crashes into the forefront, continuing for five minutes before finally fading back to give the final line: “A dozen Winters of Loneliness, and the dozen summers against the world”.

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