Widdershins Timepiece

by Lobster 59

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released November 12, 2010

Each song on this album was based on a different note of the chromatic scale. Some were built using contributions from other parties:

"Thirty-Three Up" - K. Stewart, Iron Oxide: ironoxide.bandcamp.com.

"She Moves Like An Imperial Star Destroyer" - Peter Cushing: www.myspace.com/leswaterstheband.

"It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time" - a bagpipe drone recording by Mike Clayton.

"Magnitude Seven" - Antony Milton: www.myspace.com/antonymilton.

"I Think I Start To Get Sacred When It Begins To Get Dark" - The Fabulous Auster Boys, Aural Anarchists with a serious grudge against the mundane: tfab.bandcamp.com.

"Hanging Coffins At Qutang Gorge" - Pat-Trip Dyspenzer, a California-based thereminist. He performs with the multi-theremin ensemble The Faraday Trippers, and comprises 1/3 of the mixed trio Obscurer. CDR releases are available via Seagrass Recordings: www.myspace.com/seagrassrecordings.

"A Nation Of Wizards" - Jeff Curtis, Iron Oxide: ironoxide.bandcamp.com.

"Stuff On The Horizon" - Julia Adamson: www.invisiblegirl.co.uk/home.html.

Created and curated by Lobster 59 at One And Sixty-Four Studios, Christchurch, New Zealand between August and November 2010. Dedicated to Val and My Life Coach. "I Think I Start To Get Sacred When It Begins To Get Dark" contains a nod to Sienna and yes, it *is* supposed to be "Sacred", not "Scared". Ever-grateful thanks to the contributors and all the usual suspects.

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