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The musicianship is splendid in this production. It is a great soundtrack to those cold winter nights in the cabin alone in the woods.

Wonderful Album

I gave this album a listen because I heard "Torchlight" on NPR's All Songs Considered, and the main reason I bought the whole album was because the Valerie Project refers to their music as "acid folk". However, now that I've listened to the whole thing, I must say that this is a truly wonderful album. This music may not be for everyone (I find the track "Machine Room" a bit hard to listen to, for instance); the album is discordant at times, ethereal at others, but the talent of the musicians involved is consistently astounding. One thing I find particularly appealing is that a good portion of the tracks flow directly into the next track without a discernible break, marked only by a change in instrumentation or mood. This gives the album an overall feel of a grand orchestral masterwork divided into movements. All in all, a delightfully bizarre album, worth buying if you like expanding your musical horizons.


Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s

A psych-folk supergroup, the Valerie Project is headed by Espers' Greg Weeks and includes that band's Brooke Sietinsons and Helena Espvall, as well as Fern Knight's Margaret Wienk, Jesse Sparhawk, and Jim Ayre; Fürsaxa's Tara Burke; and Grass' Jessica Weeks; along with Mary Lattimore and Charles Cohen. The Valerie Project's lavish sound -- which incorporates harp, cello, analog synths, woodwinds, chimes, bells, and Jew's harp -- is inspired by the 1970 Jaromil Jires film Valerie and Her Week of Wonders,...
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