This is the part that gives me the most trouble. What is it, really, that he manages then? Gives in? Gives way to... uninvention? Well, however anything ever gets done (it amazes me!) it was by way of stealing the title of a certain piece of music (following the lead of a certain playwright) that the good old piece of nomenclature was resuscitated and brought to connote the three of them! That's it. The end of (the beginning of the) story! Ghost Trio played their first show consisting of arrangements of a few of Giuse's solo numbers as an acoustic act at Samettiklubi, Helsinki (you shouldn't have missed that one, but you did!).
In late January 2005 the Trio whiled away a few days at Harju Studios and produced their first record that featured the first three songs they had put together jointly. From these sessions featured here are two songs, 'Nocturne', a serene piece of Satiean subtlety and charm, and 'Dare go on', a miniature epic in the once popular Virgilian vein. By the late summer of the same year Ghost Trio had worked through another five songs to the point of their begging to be executed (lest they get away) and subsequently exposed to the public ear (to ensure they do, the right way)! The "Key EP" turned out as autumnal in its mood as anything since Beethoven and it soon became apparent that everything in the natural realm would work against any premature release of such a pestilence-stricken assortment of end-of-the-yearly sonorities. Patiently they waited, and waited, for the weather to catch up, for the bitter cold and the endless dark, for the last long weeks of yet another year. Eventually, in November 2005, the record was made available.
Here featured is the opening track, 'Circuit of Possession', a theme song, if you like. More recently, after losing track of their drummer for a period of time, Ghost Trio has gone through another round of creation, rehearsals and recording. From the four songs that were recorded in December 2006, here are featured: 'Air Out', 'Voces Intimae', and 'Piecemeal'. - Die Geister Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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