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Jim Gehdi - In The Furrows Of Common Place

Jim Gehdi - In The Furrows Of Common Place

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Released 22/01/21 via Basin Rock / SRD

  • 180g copper/bronze coloured vinyl *
  • Risograph art print designed by David Hand *
  • Poem written by Jim Ghedi *
  • Heavyweight linen grain sleeve
  • Signed & hand numbered *
  • Printed inner sleeve & lyric sheet insert
  • Limited 300 pressing *

*Exclusive to this Dinked Edition!

“Instead of landscape sketches I wanted to go into more personal areas of my reality,” says Jim Ghedi of his third album In The Furrows Of Common Place. “To hold up certain aspects of society that were laying bare in front of me.”
Whilst Ghedi’s previous idiosyncratic take on folk has often been instrumental, exploring the natural world and his relationship to it through his music as seen on 2018's A Hymn For Ancient Land. His new album In The Furrow Of Common Place is a deeper plunge inside himself to offer up more of his voice to accompany his profoundly unique and moving compositions. “There were things I was seeing around me and being affected by in my daily life,” he says. “Socially and politically I saw defiance but also hopelessness. I wanted to be honest with the frustration and turmoil I was experiencing.”
The decision to include more of Ghedi’s vocals was a conscious one and driven by a need to say something. However, this isn’t a brash raging political polemic. As is now customary with Ghedi’s work, it is rich in nuance, history, poetry and allegory. Musically, the album is equally locked into this ongoing sense of evolution. Ghedi’s
intricate yet deft guitar playing still twists and flows its way through the core, weaving in and out of gliding double bass, sweeping violin, gentle percussion and vocals that shift from tender solos to overlapping harmonies. As with much of Ghedi’s work, there’s a rich connection between the past and the current. Musically, he continues to
sit in a singular position of sounding distinctly contemporary yet also with a touch of traditional flair.