Genk-bass fuelled thoughtful grunge-prog. Twists and turns, and massed trombones.
released July 12, 2015
Recorded at Ginger Music Company between August 2014 and December 2014 by Dee Dowling and Chris Minnis. Additional bass recording with Brian Emerson at the Shred Shed. All music written, mixed and rammed through a tape sat emulator by Minnis.
Lyrics by Al Roberts.
Wonderful guests as listed.
Many thanks to all who gave of their time and talents to realise these pieces. But specifically: Thanks Dee Dowling (at Ginger Music - great recording squad in Gateshead) , Eddie Bellis (trombones!), Hannah Reynolds (singing and arranging bvox on 'Faces, in the Crowd') , Fiona Tobin (singing) , Brian Emerson (Shred shed!) , Al Roberts (bass on 'Faces' and wrote the lyrics!) , Paul Taylor (Keys on 'The Quest for Coal'), Ben Handysides IN PARTICULAR (for driving all the way to play drums on all selections, watching loads of Trek, and helping me with the unexpectedly fierce export Guinness), Paul Elam for the lend of the Doepfer, and Jan Rezner for the Juno and general assistance! Artwork by Corin McEwan. And cheers to all else who helped!
Check out the music videos here. bit.ly/1Shdfoc