[CD - R : Released June 2008 : Northern Echo Recordings]
Our prodigious output, around thirty titles in fifteen years, leads inevitably to the "where do we start?" so often fed back to us. Well, now there's an answer. Here are
extracts from each of the titles released to date. The selection process was quick & intuition-driven, & often doesn't strictly represent the parent album...but the newcomer can
still get a reasonable idea of what to expect, & the seasoned listener can play 'spot the track.' The pieces are segued into new mixes & transitions & are not in release order;
we had to take this liberty to ensure a listenable whole.
1. Tranche 1 (Been There, Done That / Borrowed Atoms / Planets In The Wires / Antisocial / Bothered Atmos) (13.03)
2. Tranche 2 (Diaboica / Emissaries / Burned & Frozen / Frozen North / The God Of Electricity / E-Live 2003) (14.50)
3. Tranche 3 (Walking On The Sea / A Bridge Too Far / Rain Falls In Grey / Zabriskie Point) (10.07)
4. Tranche 4 (Organ Harvest / Lost In Space / Septentrional / October Gallery Redux / Greenhousing / Startide / Blacker) (18:49)
5. Tranche 5 (Upstairs Downstairs / Knutsford In May / Republic / Maelstrom / Gulf / People Would Really Like Spacerock If They Would Only Give It A Try / Hog Wild / Solid States) (21.45)
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This is an album that we hoped would never have to be released. When we were on tour in the USA back in May, we did a very special living room concert at the home of Cyndee Lee Rule (who has worked with us in
the past) and her husband, Jeff Nutkowitz. Jeff was battling pancreatic cancer...and it was that disease that took him away from us on July 8th. Originally broadcast on the Gagliarchives Radio Show (thank you
Tom for coming up with the titles of these tracks), we decided to release this album in Jeff's memory.
The profits from this album will go to one Jeff's favorite charities. He was a fan of ours and loved space rock as much as anyone could. We know it's not much, but it's the least we could do to give back to
someone who has done so much for space and progressive rock. Sssssssssssspace....