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Auricle AMCDR 125 66'54" CDR DELETED

1. And The Machine Cried 13'24"
2. Cobwebs: In The Cellar 11'08"
3. Machinations From A Gremlin's Eyes 5'38"
4. Arachnid 2'18"
5. Cobwebs: In The Closet 3'54"
6. Symphonie Mit Keine Kleine Fiedler 22'00"
7. Episodic Mindgames 8'15"

Recorded 21 May, 18 June & 2 July 2003 by Jim Tetlow at Tachyon studio and mixed at home February/March 2005. Digital transfer and remix 25 November 2007 by Alan Freeman using Sonic Foundry tools.

Alan Freeman: Korg Poly 800, Moog Rogue, Doepfer MS20, Roland SH-32, Roland GR-33 guitar synth, guitar, acoustic CD, voice.
Steve Freeman: Octave Cat, Yamaha CS5, Korg MS-20, bass guitar, tapes, CD loops, turntable, acoustic CD, cymbal, chains, voice..
Jim Tetlow: Sound Canvas, phantom violin (guitar), voice, samples.

A seriously weird one this, culled from 3 Endgame sessions, the special bits that sounded unlike anything else we've done! This is really creepy, full of startling juxtapositions, judders, scatters and off-the-wall mixing. Just what is this music called? I've no idea, except that the "No Little Fiddler" opus was surely a symphony, with Jim playing a "phantom violin" - his quitar really, though you'd never guess!

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And The Machine Cried

First edition (quantity not specified) - released ?/12/2007.

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