A Love No Less
“Every Mother’s Son” reprises scenes of World War Two, where thousands of Allied soldiers answered the call and placed their existences on the line. Plaintive, reflective and respectful, this performance takes this challenging trip once again.
With The Garden Song, The Driftless explores the timeless joys and sensuality of the garden.
"By rubbing up against the world, I define myself to myself."--Deane Juhan, author and therapist
A Love No Less was recorded with the proprietary recording technique called E.S.E. (Extended Sound Environment), developed in the early 2000’s by legendary recording engineers Cookie Marenco and Jean-Claude Reynaud. E.S.E recordings go directly to DSD or analog tape while musicians perform live in the studio without the use of headphones or overdubs. Hand-made cables, modified preamps and carefully chosen microphones are also part of the recording requirements. Most importantly, the musicians are in the same room, positioning themselves to hear each other without headphones. You will find E.S.E recordings only under the Blue Coast family of labels.
by Harold Fethe