To say that Lena Griffin plays the cello on “The Ghosts of Pretty Cello Girls” is to only tell half the track’s story. This is because half the track isn’t cello. Half of “The Ghosts of Pretty Cello Girls” is the heavy, reverberant, spacious echo through which the cello is treated. It’s a slow-moving, piece, and perhaps without the echo these spaces between the notes would be distracting, but instead the track takes on a feeling along the lines of a very simple John Fahey recording, the repetition an invitation to consider the slight variations in the phrasing.
Track originally posted at soundcloud.com/moxiegriffin.