Hooked since "seeing" Keepers Brew live last week at The Talking Heads in Southampton. This potent brew combines all my favourite sound ingredients (and some) without giving me a hangover! Keep up the spacey brain rock show!
Recorded at Skinny Mammoth Studio. Isle Of Wight
Produced by Greyum May, Dave Waight & Stuart Fisher
Mastered by Nigel Palmer at Lowland Mastering
Logo Design and Cover Art by Paul McGoun
Photography by Jan Urbanski
Graphic Design by Nouvo Creative
All songs written by Greyum May with the exception of ‘Light In The Sky’ - Steve Hillage
Greyum May - Bass, guitar, trumpet, keys, sounds, wobbles and nonsense.
Stuart Fisher- All drums and a lot of filth.
Dave Waight - Guitar, keys and wizard capes
Jan Urbanski - Guitar and glockenspiel on ‘Astrolabe’ acoustic guitar on ‘The Marsh Chapel Experiment’ & rather disturbing noises on ‘Amaranthine’
DJ Mewtant - Turntables, abductions, probes and landings. on ‘Astrolabe’ ‘Keeper Kreeper’ and ‘The Marsh Chapel Experiment.’
Bill Steer - Guitar on ‘Light In The Sky’
Jono Notbono - Chorus vocals on ‘Light In The Sky’
Scott Perry - Guitar on ‘Amaranthine’ and ‘The Marsh Chapel Experiment’
Extra Special thanks to.
Chrissy, Storm, Daisy, Toby and Noah, Alan & Valerie May, Jan Urbanski, Stu Fisher, Dave Waight, Chris Mew, Paul McGoun,
Jono NotBono, Bill Steer, Stuart Heath, Daniel Aldridge, John Vega, Julia Harris and Scott Perry.
And not forgetting.
Lesley-Anne, Kieran and Lucy Moody, Gemma Davidson, Chris Longdon, Simon Banks, Scot Reilly, James Sharpe, Orange Goblin, Blood Ceremony, Astra, Steve Mitchell, Owen Pucket, Darren Knight, Ian Brenchley, Steve & Jane Bateman, Raza Khan, James LoMenzo, Steve Lawson, Aksel Holmgren, Simon Banks, Andrew Prestige, Rhiannon Marie Anastasia Lane, Adam Chmarny, Luke Green, Alex Byford, Dave Koltai, Cymon Aretz, Emma Sainsbury, Jere Nousiainen, Niels Nielsen, Alex Selson, Michael McAndrew, Jill & Simon Coombe, Glenda & Mike Biggs.
supported by 20 fans who also own “Astrolabe- DIGITAL ALBUM SALE”
For new-comers: a feast of colourful, trippy, "ambient-space-rock" tracks, played live and beautifully recorded.
For existing fans: a really great live recording, with a nice selection of tracks taken from Ozric, Nodens and Ed solo albums!
The CD copy has 2 discs. Ade
supported by 18 fans who also own “Astrolabe- DIGITAL ALBUM SALE”
In the 90s of the last century I was a big fan of Ozric Tentacles. Recently I unpacked my collection and went in search of new releases. Silas's music has a lot of influence on Ozrics, -there are also some musicians of the Tentacles involved-, and is nevertheless independent. micha66