Immediate download of 12-track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
With a front cover photograph from Sergei Polishchuk, showing a family in the Ukraine c1950 unwrapping their new radio.
Includes immediate download of 12-track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
After years exclusively playing live, award winning human and robot band Spacedog release their debut album, a studio version of their sought-after live set.
Haunted by defunct machines, faded variety acts and the darkest English folk tales, Spacedog are known for their eerie music, performed on vocals, theremin, saw and percussion, and for their ensemble of 'uncanny' robots which accompanies them live on stage.
released 09 December 2011
Jenny Angliss - vocals
Sarah Angliss - theremin, saw, robotic carillon, recorder, piano and Max/MSP patches.
Stephen Hiscock - vibraphone, glockenspiel, drums, handbells and other percussion.
Electric Lullaby music Sarah Angliss, includes trad. English (The Lankin), words from The Electrical Association for Women 1930. My Death Jacques Brel, arr. Spacedog.
Stooky Bill music Stephen Hiscock, words Spacedog.
Owl Club words Paul Alborough, music Spacedog.
For Laika words and music Sarah Angliss. Ekranoplan and Hypnotist Spacedog.
Apple Apple words and music Sarah Angliss (based on trad. Hungarian).
The Click words Michael Attree, music Spacedog. Submariner words and music Sarah Angliss,
includes quotation from Four Sea Interludes (Benjamin Britten).
Tommy Cooper words and music Sarah Angliss, arr. Spacedog.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Spacedog, 2011.
Thanks to our guest vocalists: Michael Attree, Derren Brown, Flora Dempsey, Professor Elemental and Colin Uttley. In addition, Spacedog would like to thank
Peter Allen, David Angliss, Michael Blow, Tamsin Chapman, Melita Dennett, Patrick Dempsey, Foz Foster, Jules Lawrence and Kirsty Williams for their help.
Photographs from Sergei Polishchuk (front cover) and Melita Dennett (banner).
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