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2018 25 Jun

David Sylvian says …

von: Manafonistas Filed under: Blog | TB | 3 Comments



That‘s interesting. In fact, The Punkt People wanted to book Steve Tibbetts for this year‘s festival, but Steve is heavily working on a wild album in the last months of his beloved studio in St. Paul, before it‘s closing its doors forever. But, 2019, probably! So, on one of his rare public statements David S. answers the classic Mojo questionaire. The reason for that: his two, old close-to-classic ambient albums get a re-release on Groenland Records. (m.e.)


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  1. Jan B.:


    Mojo, August 2018

  2. Uwe Meilchen:

    Grönland Records’ 2018 2LP/2CD edition of Plight & Premonition / Flux & Mutability is now available for preorder.

    The version of Plight & Premonition included here is a remix by Sylvian from 2002. All the recordings have been fully remastered. The packaging has been redesigned by Chris Bigg with art direction by Sylvian with new, previously unseen, photographs by Yuka Fujii, accompanied by an extensive essay by David Toop.

  3. Uwe Meilchen:

    Also, the half-speed mastered vinyl editions of Japan‘s Gentlemen Take Polaroids and Tin Drum are now available to pre-order.

    Both albums were remastered at Abbey Road Studios by Miles Showell, but fans have a choice of the single vinyl 33RPM versions (not half-speed mastered) or the more audiophile half-speed mastered double vinyl cut at 45RPM !

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