The Disposition Of Vibrant Forms

by John Somers & Liz Meredith

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  • The Disposition Of Vibrant Forms (5 LP Set) Limited Edition 12" Records

    ♢ Limited edition 12" records (5 LP set). High quality lathe-cut "Geraldine pressings" (NZ). Records pressed to clear translucent polycarbonate, with multi-color center label artwork by Cara Levy. Includes free digital download of entire album (CD quality). ♢♢ Free shipping on all U.S.A. orders. ♢♢♢ This is a made-to-order item: Each record is hand-cut by Peter King in New Zealand, and will be made individually for each person. Once you place your order, we will submit your order in small batches to get pressed by Peter in New Zealand. NOTE: Currently, we are sold out of the 5 LP box set. If you are interested in purchasing the set, please contact us directly. We'd love to hear from you! You can contact Liz or John individually or e-mail us at: Thanks.

    Includes unlimited streaming of The Disposition Of Vibrant Forms via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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Hello Everyone,
We proudly present to you our album “The Disposition Of Vibrant Forms” here in digital format and limited edition 12" records (5 LP set). This project is a culmination of three years of collaboration, which gradually took shape over that time span. We really hope you enjoy it. Thank you so much for your support!

Very best,
John and Liz / March, 2013

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John Somers:
Liz Meredith:

“The Disposition of Vibrant Forms is an epic release in every sense of the word. It’s also quite frequently breathtakingly gorgeous, a recording that rewards spending the time it takes to drink it in. [...] Each piece is an example of extreme subtlety, music that works in different ways at low or intense volumes and becomes borderline hallucinogenic through headphones. What can initially sound like a snail’s plodding journey also carries these little dancing tones in clusters, and the ear begins to seek them out patiently. Such minute alterations, like a window’s lights coming on in Warhol’s Empire, occur over such elongated time periods that they accrue a dramatic impact. [...] ‘Montebello Lake’ parts I and II suggest late-afternoon sunlight slowly drifting into dusk. Meredith’s viola lines trace long drones that capture that levitating twilight when the sun sets yet the sky remains bathed in light. Somers’ guitar textures get smeared into long shadows, and the piece concludes in a ringing tone of night’s arrival, that reminder that dark has imperceptibly swallowed the sky and it’s time to head home.”

Excerpt from:
Baltimore City Paper – “Sunny Disposition” by Bret McCabe


released 20 March 2013

Music composed and produced by John Somers and Liz Meredith. Album artwork and design by Cara Levy. c. 2013



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