- Artist: Ed Lawes
- Links: myspace of ted lawes
I was washing up a mug when the phone rang "...Hello it's internationally famous Warp label recording star Chris Clark here... you may remember me from such releases as 'Clarence Park' and er.. those other ones that were even better but I can't remember the names of right now, but they had cracking sleeves. Salmon and red plastic on the digipaks - quality!" "Hi Chris!" Anyway, in short, Chris recommended me Ed's "material", or his tracks and/or pieces and so I listened with interest when they turned up in my PO Box (scrawled from 'Chris Clark's mate') a few days later. I did like them and so we are releasing... I'm not really very good at this "writing" thing. Or "thinking" things either for that matter. On with the story. Yes, so I liked Ed's "stuff" very much. I think the tracks are mainly electracoustic pieces, or music which isn't scored in advance, and the pieces are. I'm sure Ed will havbe his website up soon to explain all in ultimate detail. meanwhile the cd contains sleevenotes, or tracknotes rather (piecenotes?) which explain the process behind each piece (or track). But they aren't exhaustive by any means. And Ed will be writing the truly exhaustive story behind all this (I hope) on his future website and you all know how much he can write (talk) on the messageboard. Anyway, for more about the music just listen to the mp3s.
Nov 15, 2004
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