True Love Waits - The Music Of Radiohead by Sony Music

True Love Waits - The Music Of Radiohead by Sony Music
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True Love Waits - The Music Of Radiohead by Sony Music

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As befits the dedicated expectancy of its title, True Love Waits is a belated expression of admiration for the music of Radiohead from the renowned American concert pianist Christopher O'Riley, a man who ordinarily plys his craft performing Rachmaninoff, Chopin and Prokofiev but whose affinity for the anomalous Oxford quintet has inspired him to transpose 15 of their songs into his own interpretive, classical piano recitals. While it's true to say that classical is classical and pop is pop and ne'er the twain shall meet, Christopher O'Riley's True Love Waits sits alongside the Balanescu String Quartet's transcriptions of Kraftwerk compositions and Swedish choristers the Nau Ensemble's variations on Joy Division's Closer as a brilliantly effulgent exception to the rule.

Amusingly serious sleevenotes aside (classical music etiquette deems Radiohead songs are actually written by Thomas Yorke, Jonathan Greenwood, Edward O'Brien, etc), O'Riley finds sedative melodic beauty hidden behind the rodent-bashing fancy of "Knives Out" while "Exit Music" and "Airbag" are chillingly distant, seemingly conveyed by invisible fingers from the haunted ballroom at the end of the marble corridor. "Arrest this man… he's like a detuned radio" sang Thom Yorke in 1997. However, thanks to Christopher O'Riley, the hitherto unthinkable concept of Middle-Englanders chinking their afternoon cups and saucers to the strains of "Karma Police" on Classic FM has just become a reality. --Kevin Maidment

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