The White Ox

by Unwed Sailor

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    6 songs of ambience and mysticism.
    Ambient, New Age, Dreamscape
    Artwork by James Marsh (Talk Talk)

    The White Ox
    1. Shadows
    2. Gila
    3. Numbers
    4. Night Diamond
    5. Pelican
    6. The End

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1.
Shadows 07:17
2.
Gila 07:26
3.
Numbers 05:05
4.
5.
Pelican 02:57
6.
The End 04:40

about

The White Ox continues on from where The Marionette and the Music Box left off with “Shadows” echoing those staccato melodies, but channeling them through a dark dream of ambient effects. Here, Ford and Burton are challenging their audience, the fans who loved the upbeat melodies of The Faithful Anchor and were charmed by the sweet fairy-tale aspects of Marionette. The White Ox is brooding, washed in the night air darkness to which “Shadows” alludes. Surprisingly, for the traditionally instrumental Unwed Sailor, both “Gila” and “Numbers” feature Burton’s vocals, with Ford’s murmuring falsetto providing the haunting background for “Gila’s” almost gothic melody. Johnathon Ford grew up in Oklahoma and there are hints of Native American imagery in the album’s themes and spacious sensation, and “Night Diamond’s” shimmering countermelody evoking nocturnal sounds in open country, culminating in “Pelican’s” airy, birdlike penny whistle melodies. These music elements all connect to the cover images of both the Circles Ep and The White Ox album. UK artist James Marsh was enlisted for the cover artwork for both. His distinct mystical images have also graced the album covers of every one of legendary band Talk Talk’s releases.

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released April 2, 2006

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Unwed Sailor Tulsa, Oklahoma

The instrumental post rock ambience of Unwed Sailor has been guided by the vision of Johnathon Ford (Pedro the Lion/Roadside Monument).
Since starting the band in Seattle in 1998, Ford has combined elements of post rock, new age, new wave, ambient, shoegaze & film music to create the unique sound and vision of Unwed Sailor.

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