Konstantin Baranov & Vladimir Kruglov – “House on the Hill”


Musical analogues: League of Crafty Guitarists, Terje Rypdal, Ralph Towner, Michael Brooks, Penguin Cafe Orchestra

Album genres: New Age, world music, ECM

Written and arranged by Konstantin Baranov and Vladimir Kruglov

Record participants: Konstantin Baranov – guitars, programming; Vladimir Kruglov – guitars, keyboards; Vladimir Osinsky – keyboards (1, 4, 6); Igor Javad-zade – percussion (3, 6)

Recorded in 2003, remastering in 2012 / Released in 2012

Catalogue number: AB-CD-09-2012-028

Barcode: 1977721673303

1 CD

Languages o the booklet: Russian, English

Publishing House: OOO “ArtBeat”, 127051, Moscow, Trubnaya st., 32, building 4

Sales Department: + 7.903.2090450

Anytime you look for tranquility and an atmosphere of light blues (why not) – listen to this CD.

Album review

“Played in two guitars with slight addition of percussion and keyboards the album by Baranov and Kruglov is simple in its melodica but exquisite in its implementation. It does not have complex sizes but does have beautiful performance. Its music pacifies you and - as it is seen from the title- “relaxes you in the good meaning of the word.” It has visual effect: as soon as you close your eyes while listening to “Grandma’s clock” you see an old pendulum clock, imagine its work, you are hypnotized by tick-tack sounds, but…




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