Now On The Camp Of Bands

The front cover of Mr Slater's Parrot's EP Openshaw with a photo of cricket stumps in a muddy field surround by a garish pscyedelic surround and their trademark cartoon spaceship

It includes the original graveyard drunks version which couldn’t be used on the radio as they inconsiderately didn’t bear in mind OFCOM language guidelines during their slanging match.

And tacked on the end is the unrepresentative last part of the Opus for those who can’t spare the eighteen minutes required to listen to the whole thing. Also being stripped of sound effects it does give the ear a clearer view.

Fragments

An early twentieth century photograph by Eugène Atget of an old windmill in the Somme

As the album is still a long way off I’ve chucked up the track from earlier in the year.

Choo Choo Tunes!

A photograph of the tracks of an unspecified animal, proably not a shark

Indietracks Compilation 2015. At a rough count one million tracks for £3+.

In light of the poor standard of naming this and previous collections I shall refer to them thus: 2012 Trevor, 13 Nigel, 14 Simon, 15 Lord Boffo Crum-Haddock III.

Just Add Wind

Album cover photograph showing Battersea Power Station from across railway lines with a train passing, all under a dramatic sky