Richard Ginns is a musician and composer from England. Over the past few years, he has released six albums, 'Until The Morning Comes' being the latest. I am not acquainted with his previous works so I will concentrate on this one. And, like most of Eilean albums, I will concentrate on this one quite often from now on. This is one of those beautiful, organic ambient releases, reminiscent of works by Brian Eno, Boards Of Canada and Biosphere. In this household, that means 'evening music'.
What I like most about this album, are the deliberate imperfections. They remind me of the restful warmth of vinyl cracking, or maybe about a lit fireplace. These make 'Until The Morning Comes' a perfect album to play during the gloomy months of autumn. Furthermore, they add a lot to the organic feel of the whole. It really feels like the album is recorded in one take, or at least with a similar set-up and mindset, which gives the whole a nice flow and a conceptual feel.
I'm not going into detail about the different tracks because I feel like this album should be played in its entirety. This simply is an excellent ambient album, minimal, often melodic and above all warm and gentle. So there's little else I can do to end this review that do recommend all ambient afficionados to check this out. This album deserves a place on any shelve where Ryuichi Sakamoto, David Darling, Wendy Carlos, or any decent name in the world of ambient, is present.