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However her entrance into the world of club life uncovers more than just her bare skin.
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Jones brings the reader up close and personal as she goes down the rabbit hole into the maze of the underworld. In the process, not only is a new personality unleashed inside her, but the veil is removed off a marital relationship she tried hard to believe was idyllic. Jones' sexuality is ferociously ignited and she is forced to come to terms with a powerful predator that had remained dormant, lulled to sleep in a lackluster marriage. The new found magnetism she commands over men in the club is also an energy that she now has to battle within.
The abstract expressionism and uncompromising stylistic difficulty of his later work certainly makes for challenging listening. Even the ambient minimalism of parts of Climate can sometimes seem like a world away from the rich baroque pop of the 60s Phillips records, but there's a problem in over-emphasising his break in style, in that it can downplay the complexity and affective intensity of his earlier work. His career-long consistency might be a reminder that complexity, difficulty and antagonistic weirdness are not the reserve of art music's innovatory breakdown of form, but can also be found within the constraints of the traditional pop song.
Unpicking some aspects of this narrative in relation to the MOR records in the No Regrets essay collection, Ian Penman put it best: the middle of the road can be a dangerous place to be. Moreover, the oscillations between violent silences and punishing percussion in his more recent records are a world away again from the ambient atmospherics in Climate Of Hunter. One constant over the years has been a lyrical preoccupation with isolation and exile.
More than the layers of geographic and cultural exile evident throughout his work, it is a sense of exile from the human race which has been a more consistently unsettling preoccupation. To contrast similar sentiments on 'Jesse' from The Drift , there is a section in which accompaniment is abruptly cut with him wailing a capella: "I'm the last man alive.
With 'Sleepwalkers Woman' though, and much of Climate , there is a weird ambivalence: the strings are typically occupying an ambiguous space on the fringes of dissonance and a seemingly imminent resolution which never quite arrives, but with vaguely hopeful chord changes oddly jarring with the unremittingly bleak lyrical vision.
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Part of this record's strangeness is in the arrangements, which are at times reminiscent of the ominous dread of Ligeti, at times fleetingly sentimental, almost Disney-esque. Scott Walker's vocals on this record are also quite unique. Yet here his vocals at times still brim with personality, even a confident, if pained, swagger, probably accentuated by a harmony from Billy Ocean.
Other guest musicians included free-jazz sax player Evan Parker and Mark Knopfler on axe-wielding duties.
In Thirtieth Century Man , Parker related Walker's insistence that, "This is not a funk session" wishing to avoid any 'groove' or swinging together, though the fretless bass lines throughout the album and guitar solos offer unexpected moments of smoothness. Both the creative process and result for Walker suggest persistent struggle. He never writes of his own volition except when under contract. In he penned his first original material in eight years for the final Walker Brothers album, Nite Flights , in a mutually influential relationship with David Bowie that now became evident.
He reputedly brought Bowie's just released Heroes to the studio as a reference point, while Brian Eno similarly recounted being blown away by Nite Flights just before recording Bowie's Lodger. This seemed like the beginning of a comeback of sorts for Walker, but then six years of total silence followed before he finally brought out Climate.
He'd met Eno in the interim but didn't want to make a record with him, as he explained, "I thought rather than destroying his career too I had to do one on my own. The responses were playfully elusive: watching people play darts, sitting "in a trance", "drinking! Less playfully, Walker has spoken of working towards a silence from which the creative process can emerge.