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JONATHAN COLECLOUGH/BASS COMMUNION/COLIN POTTER

Bass Communion

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3.81 | 8 ratings | 1 reviews | 12% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD ONE

1. Passed (12.53)
2. Yossaria (24.13)
3. Raiser (8.48)
4. Pethidine (27.51)

CD TWO

1. Epidural (73.57)

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Line-up / Musicians

Jonathan Coleclough, Colin Porter, Bass Communication/electronics, mixes, composers, producers

Passed: Bass Communion, music, Colin Potter, mix
Yossaria: Potter & Coleclough, music, Bass Communion, mix
Raiser: Bass Communion, music, Colin Potter, mix
Pethidine: Bass Communion & Coleclough, music, Coleclough, mix
Epidural: Bass Communion, music, Coleclough, mix

Releases information

(ICR double CD - ICR39)
Limited to 500 copies. Second edition of 500 copies issued in January 2005

Collaboration with drone artists Jonathan Coleclough and Colin Potter that grew out of the Bass Communion remix project. Yossaria is Bass Communion remixing JC+CP, the other tracks are JC+CP remixing Bass Communion.

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BASS COMMUNION Jonathan Coleclough/Bass Communion/Colin Potter ratings distribution


3.81
(8 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(12%)
12%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(38%)
38%
Good, but non-essential (38%)
38%
Collectors/fans only (0%)
0%
Poor. Only for completionists (12%)
12%

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Review by The Truth
COLLABORATOR Post/Math Rock Team
4 stars Elegant yet simple. Not prog, but beautiful.

Steven Wilson's Bass Communion project is really an interesting one. You can hear various tatters of Porcupine Tree somewhere within the massive soundscapes but this is something completely different and the collaboration with Coleclough and Potter created one of the bands best albums.

On CD 1 we get four tracks, each very hypnotic and eargasm inducing. I could literally listen to this whole album just sitting somewhere staring into space, that's how beautiful this record is.

Passed is a very spacey track reminiscent of PT scented Tangerine Dream. (That was a good way to describe it hehe)

Yossaria is a more static-filled track, but all the same as hypnotic as the first. It sounds like alot of the older Bass Communion to me.

Raiser is a short little piece (compared to the rest of the album) that sounds the most like Porcupine Tree. Definitely a Steven Wilson work. Beautiful little track too, very inquisitive almost.

Pethidine is a long static filled track which gives you the illusion of water dripping and various other subtle noises. Kind of like Ghosts on Magnetic Tape if you've heard that, very almost scary at times.

Then we get Epidural. Man what a good track. Lasting over an hour long, this piece of pure bliss makes you feel somehow at ease. You mediate with it like no other. When you're done with it you feel somehow different, I can't really explain it but you feel almost looser. Strangely beautiful track.

Pure electronic bliss. Four stars at least, because this ain't prog.

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