Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Please, bury me with it.

"I'm going as far as these crooked legs take me." So says Rolf Klausener on The Acorn's beautiful, aptly titled "Crooked Legs." A labour of love, if you will, The Acorn serves as Klausener's brain child--a tool he uses to connect the dots of his personal journey and his inevitable destination. Glory Hope Mountain is, in part, a soaring narrative focusing on the life of Rolf's Honduran mother. No, really. Due to this fact, Glory Hope Mountain is not only touching, but a seriously engaging blend of folk inspired, polyrhythmic, gems and compelling works of master craftsmanship that are as shockingly charming as they are meticulous.

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