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Thank you

Thank you very much to everyone who came to the show last night. Thank you, David and all at Room 2 for having us. It was a lovely atmosphere and a pleasure to play our songs for you. The twins’ heads are now wet. Drookit actually. I feel like Lost and Later Songs is now properly out there. May it… Read more →

A Traveller’s Guide to Lost and Later Songs #20

For those who may appreciate some background detail, I offer below my workings. #20 Lost and Later Theme (5/3/19) A street musician duets with a synthesiser. Written on accordion, this early recording is more bum notes than tune but you can hear the melody gradually emerging – https://on.soundcloud.com/BrFXcIt was partly influenced by a barrel organ street musician I once heard… Read more →

A Traveller’s Guide to Lost and Later Songs #17

For those who may appreciate some background detail, I offer below my workings. #17Freediving  1/3/12 (1906h) https://on.soundcloud.com/smeMD – 22/12/12 (0020h) https://on.soundcloud.com/EPgi6   Another late developer, more lost than later, “Freediving” took 10 years to record.   Mark and I occasionally get together to work on the guitar arrangements, an activity which has come to be known as “The Biscuit Sessions” (these would… Read more →

A Traveller’s Guide to Lost and Later Songs #16

A Traveller’s Guide to Lost and Later Songs #16 For those who may appreciate some background detail, I offer below my workings. #16 There’s Barely Enough Time to Breathe No demo exists.Another one from the analogue years, approximately 1997-8, around the same time as “Yesterday’s Already Light Years Away” and similarly born out of my obsession (current and ongoing) with… Read more →

A Traveller’s Guide to Lost and Later Songs #14

A Traveller’s Guide to Lost and Later Songs #14 For those who may appreciate some background detail, I offer below my workings. #14 Boom Boom Cannonball27/9/17 – https://tinyurl.com/mv5aaz35 The riff idea came to me at a Slim Cessna’s Auto Club gig. In days gone by I would have forgotten it with the next passing fancy but thankfully nowadays there are… Read more →