Originally released on the Bar De Lune label €˜Speck of Gold€™ sold thousands of copies in its brief one-month life-span before the label officially ceased operation.
One World Music picks up the reigns and repackages this highly sought-after CD.
Spend an hour or so immersed in the down-tempo splendour of Afterlife€™s Speck of Gold €“ one of music€™s best-kept secrets. The charmingly horizontal Steve €˜Afterlife€™ Miller delivers a fine 11 track opus.
Cathy Battistessa opens proceedings with the title track and fuses her balmy vocals into its minimal electronica. Afterlife favourite Rachael Calladine lends a lenitive chant to €˜Clear Blue Sky€™, and then it€™s over to the dubby baggy-bubblings of €˜Like Prana€™, a track born of Steve€™s Reggae/Northern roots. €˜King of Chill€™ Chris Coco makes his vocal debut on the lugubrious €˜How Does It Feel€™ one of the album€™s stands out tracks.
Sub favourite Melanie Williams picks up the tempo adding delicate whispers to €˜Still€™, then Angela Neve brings the tempo back down by filtering her crystalline harmonies through €˜Miracle€™.
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