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The Man Left in Space

I had an interesting discussion with my brother recently about inspirations for writing albums.  He offered the notion that you need to travel and experience to be inspired to write creatively, otherwise you are creatively trapped in the limits of your own immediate world.  He suggested that prisoners for example would make the worst album […]

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It’s Christmas and I hear drums

Well I find myself once again, facing the Xmas season wondering where the year went, and what a year it’s been both professionally and musically. End of Ecclesia continues to attract interest and positive review which I’m grateful for, but I’m here to say I doubt I’ll produce another album in that mode. Producing an […]

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Mix, master, mix, master!

Well lots has been happening this month, not least of which some serious upset on the day job front which has thrown me into a bit of a spin. Big life changing decisions afoot but hopefully all for the good in the long term. I’ve been busy on the CD artwork and have managed to […]

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One step forward and two back

Well it’s been a busy couple of weeks. ‘A Day on the Moon’ was released on YouTube a few weeks ago. I also got to spend some time mixing in the studio with Lee Abraham, formerly bassman with Galahad and producer of prog rock material including his own acclaimed album ‘Black and White’ www.leeabraham.co.uk . […]

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