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60 Impossible Things...
Annus Mirabilis 1983

THE LAND OF YRX

TERMINATION POINT

Auricle AMCDR 267 64'00" CD-R 8.00 + p&p

U.K. Electronica, Sheffield, 24 August 1985.

1. Iotic Utterings 2'25"
2. 60 Impossible Things (Before Breakfast) 25'54"
3. Blues For Bill Frug 1'40"

David Gate: synths, rhythms
Rob Andrews: guitar, bass
Richard Andrews: nose flute
Martin Smith: guitar

Quarry Park, Shrewsbury, 12 May 1984.

Annus Mirabilis 1983 33'25"
4. part one
5. part two
6. part three

David Gate: synths, rhythms
Rob Andrews: guitar, bass
Steve Collins: guitar
Ray Gordon: flute
Mark Jenkins: synths, keys

Original recording and mix by David Gate.
Remaster of tracks 1,3,4,5,6 by Robert Andrews.
Remaster of track 2 by Alan Freeman.
Editing and repair at Tachyon Studio by Alan Freeman, 22 April 2017.
Annus Mirabilis restored longer version (previously unreleased).
Executive Production: Dark Star International / Auricle.
Licensed from David Gate. Cover by Alan Freeman.

review...
Reissue of the Auricle cassette. Here we have the very memorable set at U.K. Electronica, Sheffield, 24 August 1985, one of the high points of the band's "career" - a high flying trip! After that we have the suite that encompassed side two of the cassette, recorded live at Quarry Park, Shrewsbury, 12 May 1984 - with a 5 piece line-up also featuring Mark Jenkins: synths, keys.

20 copy numbered first edition - released 1 July 2017




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