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Andrew Keeling & Otherworld - Bells Of Heaven (cd)
Although known for his classical music Andrew Keeling is also a composer of a very different kind of contemporary music.
Bells Of Heaven, Weak And Helpless and the multi-sectional In The Pages Of Mathilda, display a hard, rock influenced style, while Avarice, Otherworld, Neurosis and the Nick Drake-esque Twenty Turbines highlight Keeling's interest in Electric Folk/singer-songwriter forms.
Contains guest appearances from Stephen Fellows (Comsat Angels), Tim Bowness (No-Man), violist Susanna Pell (Fretwork) and lutenist Jacob Heringman, violinist Charlotte Dowding and vocalist Jane Wilkinson.
'Touches on genius.' - R2 magazine
1. Bells of Heaven
2. Weak and Helpless
4. Narcissus of Decor
5. The Great Divides
9. Twenty Turbines
10. In the Pages of Mathilda
Andrew Keeling - acoustic, electric, classical and bass guitars, loops, flute, keyboards, percussion and drums, found objects and occasional vocals;
Stephen Fellows - electric guitar on Bells of Heaven (chimes and end solo) and Thanatos (top guitar) and vocals on Avarice;
Ed Hindmoor - electric guitar on Bells of Heaven;
Dave Cottrell - drums on Bells of Heaven, Weak and Helpless, Mathilda and Thanatos and keyboards on Neurosis;
Charlotte Dowding - violin on Avarice, Threnody and violin quartet on Twenty Turbines;
Jane Wilkinson - vocals on Bells of Heaven, Weak and Helpless, Narcissus of D├?┬ęcor, Otherworld, Neurosis and Mathilda;
Tim Bowness - vocals on The Great Divides and Twenty Turbines;
Jacob Heringman - lute on Epiphany;
Susanna Pell - tenor viol on Narcissus of Decor and viol consort on Nostalgia;
Sarah Martin - narration on Weak and Helpless and Epiphany;
Iain Cameron - ambient textures.
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