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  • Vibration Black Finger - Acting for Liberation, Pt. 2 Audio

    1:30

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    Album: Can You See What I'm Trying to Say [ALBUM]
    Track: 7 of 12
    Title: Acting for Liberation, Pt. 2
    Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Label: Jazzman
    Cat#: JMANLP121
    Formats: CD Album/Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 19th June 2020
    Physical Release: 19th June 2020

    About This Release:

    Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon - the driving force behind Vibration Black Finger – astonishes us yet again with a magnificent second album. Once more his inspiration is drawn from the obscure spiritual jazz collectives of the 1970s where he employs a vast array of like-minded collaborators to create a listening experience infused with an ever-present undercurrent of personal expression and cultural empowerment that's as enriched with ideas as it is progressive in its form.

    Having earned his chops as founding member of the Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet and Heliocentric World, Lascelle's latest album Can You See What I'm Trying to Say bursts with energy and vivid contrasts, flowing effortlessly between beat-laden grooves, oscillating improvisations, soulful recitations, audio verité and moody atmospherics. The album drops like a post-hip-hop reimagining of foundational genres, with a prayer to the future.

    ''Can You See What I'm Trying to Say' is a quote from Marion Brown, the great alto saxophonist' explains Gordon. 'The album was put together over the last three years, not in the conventional way of going into the recording studio with musicians, but starting from ideas I had on various formats (cassettes, mini disc, DATs & reel to reel). I also used field recordings. I did a lot of home recording with long time musical friends Ben Cowen & Diana Gutkind, some of them going back 20 years. The voices of my nieces (heard on Law of the Universe) were recorded 25 years ago. 'Only in a Dream' and 'Empty Streets' are the only songs that were recorded live in the studio.'

    'I was blown away by the New Life Trio 'Empty Streets' (from 1978) and was fascinated by the vocals' continues Lascelles. 'I always thought it would be great to cover this tune'. Such is the power of this song, it's used to open the album, with vocalist Ebony Rose turning in a thoroughly haunting vocal performance. While not a concept album as such, Lascelles has nonetheless conceived and presented Can You See What I'm Trying to Say to be heard as a complete listening experience, with each track blending into the next, resulting in a seamless expression of music.

    Following 'Empty Streets', some instrumental interludes segue into a dimensional drift of beats, space synths, horns and electronics; there's a vocal reprise of 'Acting For Liberation', sung with gusto by Maggie Nichols, and then there's the album's momentous finale, 'Only In A Dream', which takes off as an ominous drone before a delicious bassline from the late Ken Kambayashi transforms it into an intense, soaring epic which finally descends onto another world.

    In a career spanning several decades, Lascelle Gordon remains an omnivorous musical force, whether as DJ, collaborator or radio broadcaster. As amply demonstrated on Can You See What I'm Trying to Say, he refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to impress with music that is as rich, vital and contemporary as anything he's done before, covering an incredible amount of musical ground in the process.


    'As always I've made a conscious move towards making deep, heavy music' he says, 'Music without meaning seems pointless.'

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  • Vibration Black Finger - Empty Streets Audio

    4:57

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    Album: Can You See What I'm Trying to Say [ALBUM]
    Track: 1 of 12
    Title: Empty Streets
    Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Label: Jazzman
    Cat#: JMANLP121
    Formats: CD Album/Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 19th June 2020
    Physical Release: 19th June 2020

    About This Release:

    Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon - the driving force behind Vibration Black Finger – astonishes us yet again with a magnificent second album. Once more his inspiration is drawn from the obscure spiritual jazz collectives of the 1970s where he employs a vast array of like-minded collaborators to create a listening experience infused with an ever-present undercurrent of personal expression and cultural empowerment that's as enriched with ideas as it is progressive in its form.

    Having earned his chops as founding member of the Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet and Heliocentric World, Lascelle's latest album Can You See What I'm Trying to Say bursts with energy and vivid contrasts, flowing effortlessly between beat-laden grooves, oscillating improvisations, soulful recitations, audio verité and moody atmospherics. The album drops like a post-hip-hop reimagining of foundational genres, with a prayer to the future.

    ''Can You See What I'm Trying to Say' is a quote from Marion Brown, the great alto saxophonist' explains Gordon. 'The album was put together over the last three years, not in the conventional way of going into the recording studio with musicians, but starting from ideas I had on various formats (cassettes, mini disc, DATs & reel to reel). I also used field recordings. I did a lot of home recording with long time musical friends Ben Cowen & Diana Gutkind, some of them going back 20 years. The voices of my nieces (heard on Law of the Universe) were recorded 25 years ago. 'Only in a Dream' and 'Empty Streets' are the only songs that were recorded live in the studio.'

    'I was blown away by the New Life Trio 'Empty Streets' (from 1978) and was fascinated by the vocals' continues Lascelles. 'I always thought it would be great to cover this tune'. Such is the power of this song, it's used to open the album, with vocalist Ebony Rose turning in a thoroughly haunting vocal performance. While not a concept album as such, Lascelles has nonetheless conceived and presented Can You See What I'm Trying to Say to be heard as a complete listening experience, with each track blending into the next, resulting in a seamless expression of music.

    Following 'Empty Streets', some instrumental interludes segue into a dimensional drift of beats, space synths, horns and electronics; there's a vocal reprise of 'Acting For Liberation', sung with gusto by Maggie Nichols, and then there's the album's momentous finale, 'Only In A Dream', which takes off as an ominous drone before a delicious bassline from the late Ken Kambayashi transforms it into an intense, soaring epic which finally descends onto another world.

    In a career spanning several decades, Lascelle Gordon remains an omnivorous musical force, whether as DJ, collaborator or radio broadcaster. As amply demonstrated on Can You See What I'm Trying to Say, he refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to impress with music that is as rich, vital and contemporary as anything he's done before, covering an incredible amount of musical ground in the process.


    'As always I've made a conscious move towards making deep, heavy music' he says, 'Music without meaning seems pointless.'

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  • Vibration Black Finger - The Glory Audio

    4:47

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    Album: Can You See What I'm Trying to Say [ALBUM]
    Track: 9 of 12
    Title: The Glory
    Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Label: Jazzman
    Cat#: JMANLP121
    Formats: CD Album/Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 19th June 2020
    Physical Release: 19th June 2020

    About This Release:

    Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon - the driving force behind Vibration Black Finger – astonishes us yet again with a magnificent second album. Once more his inspiration is drawn from the obscure spiritual jazz collectives of the 1970s where he employs a vast array of like-minded collaborators to create a listening experience infused with an ever-present undercurrent of personal expression and cultural empowerment that's as enriched with ideas as it is progressive in its form.

    Having earned his chops as founding member of the Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet and Heliocentric World, Lascelle's latest album Can You See What I'm Trying to Say bursts with energy and vivid contrasts, flowing effortlessly between beat-laden grooves, oscillating improvisations, soulful recitations, audio verité and moody atmospherics. The album drops like a post-hip-hop reimagining of foundational genres, with a prayer to the future.

    ''Can You See What I'm Trying to Say' is a quote from Marion Brown, the great alto saxophonist' explains Gordon. 'The album was put together over the last three years, not in the conventional way of going into the recording studio with musicians, but starting from ideas I had on various formats (cassettes, mini disc, DATs & reel to reel). I also used field recordings. I did a lot of home recording with long time musical friends Ben Cowen & Diana Gutkind, some of them going back 20 years. The voices of my nieces (heard on Law of the Universe) were recorded 25 years ago. 'Only in a Dream' and 'Empty Streets' are the only songs that were recorded live in the studio.'

    'I was blown away by the New Life Trio 'Empty Streets' (from 1978) and was fascinated by the vocals' continues Lascelles. 'I always thought it would be great to cover this tune'. Such is the power of this song, it's used to open the album, with vocalist Ebony Rose turning in a thoroughly haunting vocal performance. While not a concept album as such, Lascelles has nonetheless conceived and presented Can You See What I'm Trying to Say to be heard as a complete listening experience, with each track blending into the next, resulting in a seamless expression of music.

    Following 'Empty Streets', some instrumental interludes segue into a dimensional drift of beats, space synths, horns and electronics; there's a vocal reprise of 'Acting For Liberation', sung with gusto by Maggie Nichols, and then there's the album's momentous finale, 'Only In A Dream', which takes off as an ominous drone before a delicious bassline from the late Ken Kambayashi transforms it into an intense, soaring epic which finally descends onto another world.

    In a career spanning several decades, Lascelle Gordon remains an omnivorous musical force, whether as DJ, collaborator or radio broadcaster. As amply demonstrated on Can You See What I'm Trying to Say, he refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to impress with music that is as rich, vital and contemporary as anything he's done before, covering an incredible amount of musical ground in the process.


    'As always I've made a conscious move towards making deep, heavy music' he says, 'Music without meaning seems pointless.'

  • Holy Moly

    5:09

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    Holy Moly · Cathy Davey

    Something Ilk

    ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Engineer, Mixer: Alexis Smith
    Engineer, Keyboards, Mixer, Producer, Programmer: Ben Hillier
    Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals: Cathy Davey
    Keyboards: Diana Gutkind
    Drums: Justin Pritchard
    Bass Guitar: Simon Jones
    Mastering Engineer: Geoff Pesh
    Masterer: Geoff Pesh
    Engineer: Jason Harris
    Engineer, Programmer: Richard Morris
    Bass: Simon Jones
    Guitar: Simon Tong
    Composer: Cathy Davey

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  • Cold Mans Nightmare

    3:40

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    Cold Man's Nightmare · Cathy Davey

    Something Ilk

    ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Engineer, Mixer: Alexis Smith
    Engineer, Mixer, Producer, Programmer: Ben Hillier
    Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Vocals: Cathy Davey
    Keyboards, Percussion: Diana Gutkind
    Drums, Percussion: Justin Pritchard
    Bass Guitar: Simon Jones
    Mastering Engineer: Geoff Pesh
    Masterer: Geoff Pesh
    Engineer: Jason Harris
    Engineer, Programmer: Richard Morris
    Bass: Simon Jones
    Guitar: Simon Tong
    Composer: Cathy Davey

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  • About Time

    4:15

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    About Time · Cathy Davey

    Something Ilk

    ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Engineer, Mixer: Alexis Smith
    Engineer, Mixer, Percussion, Producer, Programmer: Ben Hillier
    Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals: Cathy Davey
    Keyboards, Piano: Diana Gutkind
    Drums, Percussion: Justin Pritchard
    Bass Guitar: Simon Jones
    Mastering Engineer: Geoff Pesh
    Masterer: Geoff Pesh
    Engineer: Jason Harris
    Engineer, Programmer: Richard Morris
    Bass: Simon Jones
    Guitar: Simon Tong
    Composer: Cathy Davey

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  • Come Over

    3:28

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    Come Over · Cathy Davey

    Come Over

    ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Engineer, Mixer: Alexis Smith
    Engineer, Mixer, Producer: Ben Hillier
    Guitar, Vocals: Cathy Davey
    Vocals: Diana Gutkind
    Engineer: Jason Harris
    Engineer, Programmer: Richard Morris
    Bass Guitar: Simon Jones
    Mastering Engineer: Geoff Pesh
    Masterer: Geoff Pesh
    Vocals: Guy Garvey
    Drums: Justin Pritchard
    Vocals: Shaun Davey
    Bass: Simon Jones
    Composer: Cathy Davey

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  • Swing It

    3:22

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    Swing It · Cathy Davey

    Something Ilk

    ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Engineer, Mixer: Alexis Smith
    Engineer, Mixer, Producer, Programmer: Ben Hillier
    Claps, Percussion, Vocals: Cathy Davey
    Claps, Percussion, Piano: Diana Gutkind
    Claps, Drums, Percussion: Justin Pritchard
    Bass Guitar: Simon Jones
    Mastering Engineer: Geoff Pesh
    Masterer: Geoff Pesh
    Engineer: Jason Harris
    Engineer, Programmer: Richard Morris
    Bass, Claps, Percussion: Simon Jones
    Guitar: Simon Tong
    Composer: Cathy Davey

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  • Go Make It

    4:12

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    Go Make It · Cathy Davey

    Something Ilk

    ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Engineer, Mixer, Producer, Programmer, Shaker: Ben Hillier
    Engineer: Ben Mason
    Guitar, Vocals: Cathy Davey
    Piano: Diana Gutkind
    Engineer, Programmer: Richard Morris
    Bass Guitar: Simon Jones
    Mastering Engineer: Geoff Pesh
    Masterer: Geoff Pesh
    Drums: Justin Pritchard
    Bass: Simon Jones
    Guitar: Simon Tong
    Composer: Cathy Davey

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  • Song for Enid

    5:19

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    Song for Enid · Vibration Black Finger

    Sweet Nothing (feat. Ebony Rose)

    ℗ Enid Records

    Released on: 2019-02-08

    Main Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Music Publisher: Copyright Control
    Composer: Diana Gutkind
    Composer: Lascelle Gordon
    Composer: Mat Ducasse

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  • Save Button

    3:48

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    Save Button · Cathy Davey

    Come Over

    ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Keyboards: Cathy Davey
    Guitar, Percussion, Vocals: Cathy Davey
    Bass Guitar: Simon Jones
    Miscellaneous: Simon Jones
    Percussion: Simon Jones
    Drums: Justin Pritchard
    Miscellaneous: Justin Pritchard
    Electric Guitar: Simon Tong
    Miscellaneous: Simon Tong
    Miscellaneous: Diana Gutkind
    Engineer, Mixer, Producer, Programmer, Synthesizer: Ben Hillier
    Miscellaneous: Ben Hillier
    Engineer, Programmer: Richard Morris
    Engineer: Jason Harris
    Engineer: Alexis Smith
    Mixer: Alexis Smith
    Mastering Engineer: Geoff Pesh
    Composer: Cathy Davey

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  • Vibration Black Finger - Acting for Liberation, Pt. 1 Audio

    10:56

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    Album: Can You See What I'm Trying to Say [ALBUM]
    Track: 4 of 12
    Title: Acting for Liberation, Pt. 1
    Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Label: Jazzman
    Cat#: JMANLP121
    Formats: CD Album/Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 19th June 2020
    Physical Release: 19th June 2020

    About This Release:

    Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon - the driving force behind Vibration Black Finger – astonishes us yet again with a magnificent second album. Once more his inspiration is drawn from the obscure spiritual jazz collectives of the 1970s where he employs a vast array of like-minded collaborators to create a listening experience infused with an ever-present undercurrent of personal expression and cultural empowerment that's as enriched with ideas as it is progressive in its form.

    Having earned his chops as founding member of the Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet and Heliocentric World, Lascelle's latest album Can You See What I'm Trying to Say bursts with energy and vivid contrasts, flowing effortlessly between beat-laden grooves, oscillating improvisations, soulful recitations, audio verité and moody atmospherics. The album drops like a post-hip-hop reimagining of foundational genres, with a prayer to the future.

    ''Can You See What I'm Trying to Say' is a quote from Marion Brown, the great alto saxophonist' explains Gordon. 'The album was put together over the last three years, not in the conventional way of going into the recording studio with musicians, but starting from ideas I had on various formats (cassettes, mini disc, DATs & reel to reel). I also used field recordings. I did a lot of home recording with long time musical friends Ben Cowen & Diana Gutkind, some of them going back 20 years. The voices of my nieces (heard on Law of the Universe) were recorded 25 years ago. 'Only in a Dream' and 'Empty Streets' are the only songs that were recorded live in the studio.'

    'I was blown away by the New Life Trio 'Empty Streets' (from 1978) and was fascinated by the vocals' continues Lascelles. 'I always thought it would be great to cover this tune'. Such is the power of this song, it's used to open the album, with vocalist Ebony Rose turning in a thoroughly haunting vocal performance. While not a concept album as such, Lascelles has nonetheless conceived and presented Can You See What I'm Trying to Say to be heard as a complete listening experience, with each track blending into the next, resulting in a seamless expression of music.

    Following 'Empty Streets', some instrumental interludes segue into a dimensional drift of beats, space synths, horns and electronics; there's a vocal reprise of 'Acting For Liberation', sung with gusto by Maggie Nichols, and then there's the album's momentous finale, 'Only In A Dream', which takes off as an ominous drone before a delicious bassline from the late Ken Kambayashi transforms it into an intense, soaring epic which finally descends onto another world.

    In a career spanning several decades, Lascelle Gordon remains an omnivorous musical force, whether as DJ, collaborator or radio broadcaster. As amply demonstrated on Can You See What I'm Trying to Say, he refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to impress with music that is as rich, vital and contemporary as anything he's done before, covering an incredible amount of musical ground in the process.


    'As always I've made a conscious move towards making deep, heavy music' he says, 'Music without meaning seems pointless.'

  • Sugar

    5:45

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    Sugar · Cathy Davey

    Something Ilk

    ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Engineer, Mixer: Alexis Smith
    Engineer, Keyboards, Mixer, Producer, Programmer, Synthesizer: Ben Hillier
    Guitar, Vocals: Cathy Davey
    Piano: Diana Gutkind
    Drums: Justin Pritchard
    Bass Guitar: Simon Jones
    Mastering Engineer: Geoff Pesh
    Masterer: Geoff Pesh
    Engineer: Jason Harris
    Engineer, Programmer: Richard Morris
    Bass: Simon Jones
    Guitar: Simon Tong
    Composer: Cathy Davey

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  • Vibration Black Finger - Persia & Cornelius Audio

    3:29

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    Album: Can You See What I'm Trying to Say [ALBUM]
    Track: 8 of 12
    Title: Persia & Cornelius
    Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Label: Jazzman
    Cat#: JMANLP121
    Formats: CD Album/Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 19th June 2020
    Physical Release: 19th June 2020

    About This Release:

    Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon - the driving force behind Vibration Black Finger – astonishes us yet again with a magnificent second album. Once more his inspiration is drawn from the obscure spiritual jazz collectives of the 1970s where he employs a vast array of like-minded collaborators to create a listening experience infused with an ever-present undercurrent of personal expression and cultural empowerment that's as enriched with ideas as it is progressive in its form.

    Having earned his chops as founding member of the Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet and Heliocentric World, Lascelle's latest album Can You See What I'm Trying to Say bursts with energy and vivid contrasts, flowing effortlessly between beat-laden grooves, oscillating improvisations, soulful recitations, audio verité and moody atmospherics. The album drops like a post-hip-hop reimagining of foundational genres, with a prayer to the future.

    ''Can You See What I'm Trying to Say' is a quote from Marion Brown, the great alto saxophonist' explains Gordon. 'The album was put together over the last three years, not in the conventional way of going into the recording studio with musicians, but starting from ideas I had on various formats (cassettes, mini disc, DATs & reel to reel). I also used field recordings. I did a lot of home recording with long time musical friends Ben Cowen & Diana Gutkind, some of them going back 20 years. The voices of my nieces (heard on Law of the Universe) were recorded 25 years ago. 'Only in a Dream' and 'Empty Streets' are the only songs that were recorded live in the studio.'

    'I was blown away by the New Life Trio 'Empty Streets' (from 1978) and was fascinated by the vocals' continues Lascelles. 'I always thought it would be great to cover this tune'. Such is the power of this song, it's used to open the album, with vocalist Ebony Rose turning in a thoroughly haunting vocal performance. While not a concept album as such, Lascelles has nonetheless conceived and presented Can You See What I'm Trying to Say to be heard as a complete listening experience, with each track blending into the next, resulting in a seamless expression of music.

    Following 'Empty Streets', some instrumental interludes segue into a dimensional drift of beats, space synths, horns and electronics; there's a vocal reprise of 'Acting For Liberation', sung with gusto by Maggie Nichols, and then there's the album's momentous finale, 'Only In A Dream', which takes off as an ominous drone before a delicious bassline from the late Ken Kambayashi transforms it into an intense, soaring epic which finally descends onto another world.

    In a career spanning several decades, Lascelle Gordon remains an omnivorous musical force, whether as DJ, collaborator or radio broadcaster. As amply demonstrated on Can You See What I'm Trying to Say, he refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to impress with music that is as rich, vital and contemporary as anything he's done before, covering an incredible amount of musical ground in the process.


    'As always I've made a conscious move towards making deep, heavy music' he says, 'Music without meaning seems pointless.'

  • Vibration Black Finger - Soul Fire Audio

    3:11

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    Album: Can You See What I'm Trying to Say [ALBUM]
    Track: 10 of 12
    Title: Soul Fire
    Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Label: Jazzman
    Cat#: JMANLP121
    Formats: CD Album/Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 19th June 2020
    Physical Release: 19th June 2020

    About This Release:

    Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon - the driving force behind Vibration Black Finger – astonishes us yet again with a magnificent second album. Once more his inspiration is drawn from the obscure spiritual jazz collectives of the 1970s where he employs a vast array of like-minded collaborators to create a listening experience infused with an ever-present undercurrent of personal expression and cultural empowerment that's as enriched with ideas as it is progressive in its form.

    Having earned his chops as founding member of the Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet and Heliocentric World, Lascelle's latest album Can You See What I'm Trying to Say bursts with energy and vivid contrasts, flowing effortlessly between beat-laden grooves, oscillating improvisations, soulful recitations, audio verité and moody atmospherics. The album drops like a post-hip-hop reimagining of foundational genres, with a prayer to the future.

    ''Can You See What I'm Trying to Say' is a quote from Marion Brown, the great alto saxophonist' explains Gordon. 'The album was put together over the last three years, not in the conventional way of going into the recording studio with musicians, but starting from ideas I had on various formats (cassettes, mini disc, DATs & reel to reel). I also used field recordings. I did a lot of home recording with long time musical friends Ben Cowen & Diana Gutkind, some of them going back 20 years. The voices of my nieces (heard on Law of the Universe) were recorded 25 years ago. 'Only in a Dream' and 'Empty Streets' are the only songs that were recorded live in the studio.'

    'I was blown away by the New Life Trio 'Empty Streets' (from 1978) and was fascinated by the vocals' continues Lascelles. 'I always thought it would be great to cover this tune'. Such is the power of this song, it's used to open the album, with vocalist Ebony Rose turning in a thoroughly haunting vocal performance. While not a concept album as such, Lascelles has nonetheless conceived and presented Can You See What I'm Trying to Say to be heard as a complete listening experience, with each track blending into the next, resulting in a seamless expression of music.

    Following 'Empty Streets', some instrumental interludes segue into a dimensional drift of beats, space synths, horns and electronics; there's a vocal reprise of 'Acting For Liberation', sung with gusto by Maggie Nichols, and then there's the album's momentous finale, 'Only In A Dream', which takes off as an ominous drone before a delicious bassline from the late Ken Kambayashi transforms it into an intense, soaring epic which finally descends onto another world.

    In a career spanning several decades, Lascelle Gordon remains an omnivorous musical force, whether as DJ, collaborator or radio broadcaster. As amply demonstrated on Can You See What I'm Trying to Say, he refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to impress with music that is as rich, vital and contemporary as anything he's done before, covering an incredible amount of musical ground in the process.


    'As always I've made a conscious move towards making deep, heavy music' he says, 'Music without meaning seems pointless.'

  • Seven Vibes to Add

    3:59

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    Seven Vibes to Add · Woven Entity / Woven Entity

    Two

    ℗ Enid Records

    Released on: 2018-07-27

    Main Artist: Woven Entity / Woven Entity
    Composer: Diana Gutkind / Diana Gutkind
    Composer: Julie Kjaer / Julie Kjaer
    Composer: Lascelle Gordon / Lascelle Gordon
    Composer: Patrick Dawes / Patrick Dawes
    Composer: Paul May / Paul May
    Composer: Peter Marsh / Peter Marsh
    Music Publisher: Reservoir Reverb Music Publishing / Reservoir Reverb Music Publishing
    Music Publisher: Touch Tones Music Publishing / Touch Tones Music Publishing

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  • Vibration Black Finger - Only in a Dream Audio

    7:45

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    Album: Can You See What I'm Trying to Say [ALBUM]
    Track: 12 of 12
    Title: Only in a Dream
    Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Label: Jazzman
    Cat#: JMANLP121
    Formats: CD Album/Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 19th June 2020
    Physical Release: 19th June 2020

    About This Release:

    Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon - the driving force behind Vibration Black Finger – astonishes us yet again with a magnificent second album. Once more his inspiration is drawn from the obscure spiritual jazz collectives of the 1970s where he employs a vast array of like-minded collaborators to create a listening experience infused with an ever-present undercurrent of personal expression and cultural empowerment that's as enriched with ideas as it is progressive in its form.

    Having earned his chops as founding member of the Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet and Heliocentric World, Lascelle's latest album Can You See What I'm Trying to Say bursts with energy and vivid contrasts, flowing effortlessly between beat-laden grooves, oscillating improvisations, soulful recitations, audio verité and moody atmospherics. The album drops like a post-hip-hop reimagining of foundational genres, with a prayer to the future.

    ''Can You See What I'm Trying to Say' is a quote from Marion Brown, the great alto saxophonist' explains Gordon. 'The album was put together over the last three years, not in the conventional way of going into the recording studio with musicians, but starting from ideas I had on various formats (cassettes, mini disc, DATs & reel to reel). I also used field recordings. I did a lot of home recording with long time musical friends Ben Cowen & Diana Gutkind, some of them going back 20 years. The voices of my nieces (heard on Law of the Universe) were recorded 25 years ago. 'Only in a Dream' and 'Empty Streets' are the only songs that were recorded live in the studio.'

    'I was blown away by the New Life Trio 'Empty Streets' (from 1978) and was fascinated by the vocals' continues Lascelles. 'I always thought it would be great to cover this tune'. Such is the power of this song, it's used to open the album, with vocalist Ebony Rose turning in a thoroughly haunting vocal performance. While not a concept album as such, Lascelles has nonetheless conceived and presented Can You See What I'm Trying to Say to be heard as a complete listening experience, with each track blending into the next, resulting in a seamless expression of music.

    Following 'Empty Streets', some instrumental interludes segue into a dimensional drift of beats, space synths, horns and electronics; there's a vocal reprise of 'Acting For Liberation', sung with gusto by Maggie Nichols, and then there's the album's momentous finale, 'Only In A Dream', which takes off as an ominous drone before a delicious bassline from the late Ken Kambayashi transforms it into an intense, soaring epic which finally descends onto another world.

    In a career spanning several decades, Lascelle Gordon remains an omnivorous musical force, whether as DJ, collaborator or radio broadcaster. As amply demonstrated on Can You See What I'm Trying to Say, he refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to impress with music that is as rich, vital and contemporary as anything he's done before, covering an incredible amount of musical ground in the process.


    'As always I've made a conscious move towards making deep, heavy music' he says, 'Music without meaning seems pointless.'

  • Vibration Black Finger - Twelve Wire Byrd Audio

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    Album: Can You See What I'm Trying to Say [ALBUM]
    Track: 11 of 12
    Title: Twelve Wire Byrd
    Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Label: Jazzman
    Cat#: JMANLP121
    Formats: CD Album/Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 19th June 2020
    Physical Release: 19th June 2020

    About This Release:

    Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon - the driving force behind Vibration Black Finger – astonishes us yet again with a magnificent second album. Once more his inspiration is drawn from the obscure spiritual jazz collectives of the 1970s where he employs a vast array of like-minded collaborators to create a listening experience infused with an ever-present undercurrent of personal expression and cultural empowerment that's as enriched with ideas as it is progressive in its form.

    Having earned his chops as founding member of the Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet and Heliocentric World, Lascelle's latest album Can You See What I'm Trying to Say bursts with energy and vivid contrasts, flowing effortlessly between beat-laden grooves, oscillating improvisations, soulful recitations, audio verité and moody atmospherics. The album drops like a post-hip-hop reimagining of foundational genres, with a prayer to the future.

    ''Can You See What I'm Trying to Say' is a quote from Marion Brown, the great alto saxophonist' explains Gordon. 'The album was put together over the last three years, not in the conventional way of going into the recording studio with musicians, but starting from ideas I had on various formats (cassettes, mini disc, DATs & reel to reel). I also used field recordings. I did a lot of home recording with long time musical friends Ben Cowen & Diana Gutkind, some of them going back 20 years. The voices of my nieces (heard on Law of the Universe) were recorded 25 years ago. 'Only in a Dream' and 'Empty Streets' are the only songs that were recorded live in the studio.'

    'I was blown away by the New Life Trio 'Empty Streets' (from 1978) and was fascinated by the vocals' continues Lascelles. 'I always thought it would be great to cover this tune'. Such is the power of this song, it's used to open the album, with vocalist Ebony Rose turning in a thoroughly haunting vocal performance. While not a concept album as such, Lascelles has nonetheless conceived and presented Can You See What I'm Trying to Say to be heard as a complete listening experience, with each track blending into the next, resulting in a seamless expression of music.

    Following 'Empty Streets', some instrumental interludes segue into a dimensional drift of beats, space synths, horns and electronics; there's a vocal reprise of 'Acting For Liberation', sung with gusto by Maggie Nichols, and then there's the album's momentous finale, 'Only In A Dream', which takes off as an ominous drone before a delicious bassline from the late Ken Kambayashi transforms it into an intense, soaring epic which finally descends onto another world.

    In a career spanning several decades, Lascelle Gordon remains an omnivorous musical force, whether as DJ, collaborator or radio broadcaster. As amply demonstrated on Can You See What I'm Trying to Say, he refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to impress with music that is as rich, vital and contemporary as anything he's done before, covering an incredible amount of musical ground in the process.


    'As always I've made a conscious move towards making deep, heavy music' he says, 'Music without meaning seems pointless.'

  • Vibration Black Finger - Law of the Universe Audio

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    Album: Can You See What I'm Trying to Say [ALBUM]
    Track: 5 of 12
    Title: Law of the Universe
    Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Label: Jazzman
    Cat#: JMANLP121
    Formats: CD Album/Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 19th June 2020
    Physical Release: 19th June 2020

    About This Release:

    Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon - the driving force behind Vibration Black Finger – astonishes us yet again with a magnificent second album. Once more his inspiration is drawn from the obscure spiritual jazz collectives of the 1970s where he employs a vast array of like-minded collaborators to create a listening experience infused with an ever-present undercurrent of personal expression and cultural empowerment that's as enriched with ideas as it is progressive in its form.

    Having earned his chops as founding member of the Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet and Heliocentric World, Lascelle's latest album Can You See What I'm Trying to Say bursts with energy and vivid contrasts, flowing effortlessly between beat-laden grooves, oscillating improvisations, soulful recitations, audio verité and moody atmospherics. The album drops like a post-hip-hop reimagining of foundational genres, with a prayer to the future.

    ''Can You See What I'm Trying to Say' is a quote from Marion Brown, the great alto saxophonist' explains Gordon. 'The album was put together over the last three years, not in the conventional way of going into the recording studio with musicians, but starting from ideas I had on various formats (cassettes, mini disc, DATs & reel to reel). I also used field recordings. I did a lot of home recording with long time musical friends Ben Cowen & Diana Gutkind, some of them going back 20 years. The voices of my nieces (heard on Law of the Universe) were recorded 25 years ago. 'Only in a Dream' and 'Empty Streets' are the only songs that were recorded live in the studio.'

    'I was blown away by the New Life Trio 'Empty Streets' (from 1978) and was fascinated by the vocals' continues Lascelles. 'I always thought it would be great to cover this tune'. Such is the power of this song, it's used to open the album, with vocalist Ebony Rose turning in a thoroughly haunting vocal performance. While not a concept album as such, Lascelles has nonetheless conceived and presented Can You See What I'm Trying to Say to be heard as a complete listening experience, with each track blending into the next, resulting in a seamless expression of music.

    Following 'Empty Streets', some instrumental interludes segue into a dimensional drift of beats, space synths, horns and electronics; there's a vocal reprise of 'Acting For Liberation', sung with gusto by Maggie Nichols, and then there's the album's momentous finale, 'Only In A Dream', which takes off as an ominous drone before a delicious bassline from the late Ken Kambayashi transforms it into an intense, soaring epic which finally descends onto another world.

    In a career spanning several decades, Lascelle Gordon remains an omnivorous musical force, whether as DJ, collaborator or radio broadcaster. As amply demonstrated on Can You See What I'm Trying to Say, he refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to impress with music that is as rich, vital and contemporary as anything he's done before, covering an incredible amount of musical ground in the process.


    'As always I've made a conscious move towards making deep, heavy music' he says, 'Music without meaning seems pointless.'

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    Released on: 2018-07-27

    Main Artist: Woven Entity / Woven Entity
    Composer: Ben Cowen / Ben Cowen
    Composer: Christopher Williams / Christopher Williams
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    Composer: Paul May / Paul May
    Composer: Peter Marsh / Peter Marsh
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    Something Ilk

    ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Engineer, Mixer: Alexis Smith
    Engineer, Mixer, Percussion, Producer, Programmer: Ben Hillier
    Guitar, Kazoo, Percussion, Vocals: Cathy Davey
    Keyboards: Diana Gutkind
    Vocals: Guy Garvey
    Engineer: Jason Harris
    Drums: Justin Pritchard
    Engineer, Programmer: Richard Morris
    Bass Guitar: Simon Jones
    Bass: Simon Jones
    Guitar: Simon Tong
    Composer: Cathy Davey

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  • Vibration Black Finger - Gutkinds Dream Audio

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    Album: Can You See What I'm Trying to Say [ALBUM]
    Track: 3 of 12
    Title: Gutkind's Dream
    Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Label: Jazzman
    Cat#: JMANLP121
    Formats: CD Album/Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 19th June 2020
    Physical Release: 19th June 2020

    About This Release:

    Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon - the driving force behind Vibration Black Finger – astonishes us yet again with a magnificent second album. Once more his inspiration is drawn from the obscure spiritual jazz collectives of the 1970s where he employs a vast array of like-minded collaborators to create a listening experience infused with an ever-present undercurrent of personal expression and cultural empowerment that's as enriched with ideas as it is progressive in its form.

    Having earned his chops as founding member of the Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet and Heliocentric World, Lascelle's latest album Can You See What I'm Trying to Say bursts with energy and vivid contrasts, flowing effortlessly between beat-laden grooves, oscillating improvisations, soulful recitations, audio verité and moody atmospherics. The album drops like a post-hip-hop reimagining of foundational genres, with a prayer to the future.

    ''Can You See What I'm Trying to Say' is a quote from Marion Brown, the great alto saxophonist' explains Gordon. 'The album was put together over the last three years, not in the conventional way of going into the recording studio with musicians, but starting from ideas I had on various formats (cassettes, mini disc, DATs & reel to reel). I also used field recordings. I did a lot of home recording with long time musical friends Ben Cowen & Diana Gutkind, some of them going back 20 years. The voices of my nieces (heard on Law of the Universe) were recorded 25 years ago. 'Only in a Dream' and 'Empty Streets' are the only songs that were recorded live in the studio.'

    'I was blown away by the New Life Trio 'Empty Streets' (from 1978) and was fascinated by the vocals' continues Lascelles. 'I always thought it would be great to cover this tune'. Such is the power of this song, it's used to open the album, with vocalist Ebony Rose turning in a thoroughly haunting vocal performance. While not a concept album as such, Lascelles has nonetheless conceived and presented Can You See What I'm Trying to Say to be heard as a complete listening experience, with each track blending into the next, resulting in a seamless expression of music.

    Following 'Empty Streets', some instrumental interludes segue into a dimensional drift of beats, space synths, horns and electronics; there's a vocal reprise of 'Acting For Liberation', sung with gusto by Maggie Nichols, and then there's the album's momentous finale, 'Only In A Dream', which takes off as an ominous drone before a delicious bassline from the late Ken Kambayashi transforms it into an intense, soaring epic which finally descends onto another world.

    In a career spanning several decades, Lascelle Gordon remains an omnivorous musical force, whether as DJ, collaborator or radio broadcaster. As amply demonstrated on Can You See What I'm Trying to Say, he refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to impress with music that is as rich, vital and contemporary as anything he's done before, covering an incredible amount of musical ground in the process.


    'As always I've made a conscious move towards making deep, heavy music' he says, 'Music without meaning seems pointless.'

  • Mine For Keeps

    5:00

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    Mine For Keeps (Contains Hidden Track 'Honk') · Cathy Davey

    Something Ilk

    ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Engineer, Mixer: Alexis Smith
    Vocals: Ali Davey
    Engineer, Mixer, Percussion, Producer, Programmer: Ben Hillier
    Guitar, Horn, Keyboards, Percussion, Piano, Vocals: Cathy Davey
    Piano: Diana Gutkind
    Masterer: Geoff Pesh
    Engineer: Jason Harris
    Drums, Percussion: Justin Pritchard
    Engineer, Programmer: Richard Morris
    Bass Guitar: Simon Jones
    Mastering Engineer: Geoff Pesh
    Bass: Simon Jones
    Composer: Cathy Davey
    Composer: Non Music Work

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  • Vibration Black Finger - Adrianna Audio

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    Track: 2 of 12
    Title: Adrianna
    Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Label: Jazzman
    Cat#: JMANLP121
    Formats: CD Album/Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 19th June 2020
    Physical Release: 19th June 2020

    About This Release:

    Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon - the driving force behind Vibration Black Finger – astonishes us yet again with a magnificent second album. Once more his inspiration is drawn from the obscure spiritual jazz collectives of the 1970s where he employs a vast array of like-minded collaborators to create a listening experience infused with an ever-present undercurrent of personal expression and cultural empowerment that's as enriched with ideas as it is progressive in its form.

    Having earned his chops as founding member of the Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet and Heliocentric World, Lascelle's latest album Can You See What I'm Trying to Say bursts with energy and vivid contrasts, flowing effortlessly between beat-laden grooves, oscillating improvisations, soulful recitations, audio verité and moody atmospherics. The album drops like a post-hip-hop reimagining of foundational genres, with a prayer to the future.

    ''Can You See What I'm Trying to Say' is a quote from Marion Brown, the great alto saxophonist' explains Gordon. 'The album was put together over the last three years, not in the conventional way of going into the recording studio with musicians, but starting from ideas I had on various formats (cassettes, mini disc, DATs & reel to reel). I also used field recordings. I did a lot of home recording with long time musical friends Ben Cowen & Diana Gutkind, some of them going back 20 years. The voices of my nieces (heard on Law of the Universe) were recorded 25 years ago. 'Only in a Dream' and 'Empty Streets' are the only songs that were recorded live in the studio.'

    'I was blown away by the New Life Trio 'Empty Streets' (from 1978) and was fascinated by the vocals' continues Lascelles. 'I always thought it would be great to cover this tune'. Such is the power of this song, it's used to open the album, with vocalist Ebony Rose turning in a thoroughly haunting vocal performance. While not a concept album as such, Lascelles has nonetheless conceived and presented Can You See What I'm Trying to Say to be heard as a complete listening experience, with each track blending into the next, resulting in a seamless expression of music.

    Following 'Empty Streets', some instrumental interludes segue into a dimensional drift of beats, space synths, horns and electronics; there's a vocal reprise of 'Acting For Liberation', sung with gusto by Maggie Nichols, and then there's the album's momentous finale, 'Only In A Dream', which takes off as an ominous drone before a delicious bassline from the late Ken Kambayashi transforms it into an intense, soaring epic which finally descends onto another world.

    In a career spanning several decades, Lascelle Gordon remains an omnivorous musical force, whether as DJ, collaborator or radio broadcaster. As amply demonstrated on Can You See What I'm Trying to Say, he refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to impress with music that is as rich, vital and contemporary as anything he's done before, covering an incredible amount of musical ground in the process.


    'As always I've made a conscious move towards making deep, heavy music' he says, 'Music without meaning seems pointless.'

  • Clean & Neat

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    Clean & Neat · Cathy Davey

    Clean & Neat

    ℗ 2004 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Engineer, Mixer: Alexis Smith
    Engineer, Mixer, Percussion, Producer, Programmer: Ben Hillier
    Guitar, Vocals: Cathy Davey
    Piano: Diana Gutkind
    Engineer: Jason Harris
    Drums, Percussion: Justin Pritchard
    Engineer, Programmer: Richard Morris
    Bass Guitar: Simon Jones
    Bass: Simon Jones
    Guitar: Simon Tong
    Composer: Cathy Davey

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  • Out of the Blues

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    Out of the Blues · Woven Entity / Woven Entity

    Two

    ℗ Enid Records

    Released on: 2018-07-27

    Main Artist: Woven Entity / Woven Entity
    Composer: Diana Gutkind / Diana Gutkind
    Composer: Julie Kjaer / Julie Kjaer
    Composer: Lascelle Gordon / Lascelle Gordon
    Composer: Patrick Dawes / Patrick Dawes
    Composer: Paul May / Paul May
    Composer: Peter Marsh / Peter Marsh
    Music Publisher: Reservoir Reverb Music Publishing / Reservoir Reverb Music Publishing
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  • Vibration Black Finger - Can You See What Im Trying to Say Audio

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    Album: Can You See What I'm Trying to Say [ALBUM]
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    Title: Can You See What I'm Trying to Say
    Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Label: Jazzman
    Cat#: JMANLP121
    Formats: CD Album/Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 19th June 2020
    Physical Release: 19th June 2020

    About This Release:

    Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon - the driving force behind Vibration Black Finger – astonishes us yet again with a magnificent second album. Once more his inspiration is drawn from the obscure spiritual jazz collectives of the 1970s where he employs a vast array of like-minded collaborators to create a listening experience infused with an ever-present undercurrent of personal expression and cultural empowerment that's as enriched with ideas as it is progressive in its form.

    Having earned his chops as founding member of the Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet and Heliocentric World, Lascelle's latest album Can You See What I'm Trying to Say bursts with energy and vivid contrasts, flowing effortlessly between beat-laden grooves, oscillating improvisations, soulful recitations, audio verité and moody atmospherics. The album drops like a post-hip-hop reimagining of foundational genres, with a prayer to the future.

    ''Can You See What I'm Trying to Say' is a quote from Marion Brown, the great alto saxophonist' explains Gordon. 'The album was put together over the last three years, not in the conventional way of going into the recording studio with musicians, but starting from ideas I had on various formats (cassettes, mini disc, DATs & reel to reel). I also used field recordings. I did a lot of home recording with long time musical friends Ben Cowen & Diana Gutkind, some of them going back 20 years. The voices of my nieces (heard on Law of the Universe) were recorded 25 years ago. 'Only in a Dream' and 'Empty Streets' are the only songs that were recorded live in the studio.'

    'I was blown away by the New Life Trio 'Empty Streets' (from 1978) and was fascinated by the vocals' continues Lascelles. 'I always thought it would be great to cover this tune'. Such is the power of this song, it's used to open the album, with vocalist Ebony Rose turning in a thoroughly haunting vocal performance. While not a concept album as such, Lascelles has nonetheless conceived and presented Can You See What I'm Trying to Say to be heard as a complete listening experience, with each track blending into the next, resulting in a seamless expression of music.

    Following 'Empty Streets', some instrumental interludes segue into a dimensional drift of beats, space synths, horns and electronics; there's a vocal reprise of 'Acting For Liberation', sung with gusto by Maggie Nichols, and then there's the album's momentous finale, 'Only In A Dream', which takes off as an ominous drone before a delicious bassline from the late Ken Kambayashi transforms it into an intense, soaring epic which finally descends onto another world.

    In a career spanning several decades, Lascelle Gordon remains an omnivorous musical force, whether as DJ, collaborator or radio broadcaster. As amply demonstrated on Can You See What I'm Trying to Say, he refuses to rest on his laurels and continues to impress with music that is as rich, vital and contemporary as anything he's done before, covering an incredible amount of musical ground in the process.


    'As always I've made a conscious move towards making deep, heavy music' he says, 'Music without meaning seems pointless.'

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    Got to Believe (feat. Maggie Nicols) · Vibration Black Finger · Maggie Nicols

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    ℗ Enid Records

    Released on: 2017-09-15

    Featured Artist: Maggie Nicols
    Main Artist: Vibration Black Finger
    Composer: L Gordon
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