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News, releases, and re-issues - (Archive)

Hello, a quick word from management about upcoming issues and re-issues – Firstly there will be a very limited run of 500 7″ vinyl EP’s featuring  the bonus tracks from Talking With Strangers, called Fragile. It will also feature Sparkling, and Waiting, and is released on picture disc format on August 23rd. You will be able to order a copy from the new shop area which will be up and running in the next few days.


Join Judy Dyble and Tim Bowness in releasing a record - (Archive)

Producers, remix wizards, musicians, here is your chance to work with a number of legendary artists, by remixing a track to be officially released as a B side..

Grey October Day – from the Mercury entered album Talking With Strangers, features Robert Fripp, Tim Bowness, Alistair Murphy, Simon Nicol, Ian McDonald and Julianne Regan amongst others, has been superbly reviewed worldwide, and this single will be issued as a download, CD EP and limited vinyl, and you could be involved…


May….it’s halfway through May! Eeeek! - (Archive)

Freya has turned one this month.. I can’t believe how fast the year has gone..  I should have been to Paris and back to do some early promotion for TWS which will be released there very soon, but postponements have meant that I should be going in a week or so..

Hope everybody that wants to natter will wait for me.. My bag has been packed and unpacked in readiness for ages and as for poor Whizzy.. I’ve packed and unpacked her so often she doesn’t know whether she’s coming or going… It will sort itself out and it has just been an unforeseen combination of impossible events that caused the postponements.. Fingers crossed..


2nd April 2010 - (Archive)

Good grief! Where did March go? Anyway, Tim and Alistair came with me to Norway at the end of February. We were there to promote the release of Talking With Strangers on Termo Records for the whole of Scandinavia. we flew in to Rygge airport and the countryside looked beautiful with street lamps reflected in the snow. And boy! was there snow. It was -16C, but without the biting wind and general dampness of here, it felt quite fine..


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