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A Barrel Organ Far from Home

Artist: Huw Warren

Date of Release:

Catalogue no: ref14

Label: Babel

Price: £12

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Track Listing

No

 

Title

Duration

1

 

Earthing Up

3.47

2

 

Interlude 1

3.41

3

 

A Barrel Organ Far From Home

3.58

4

 

Whistling Rufus

7.01

5

 

Don’t Ask For Bread Unless You Really Want It

1.52

6

 

The Knocker Up

4.34

7

 

Interlude 2

2.18

8

 

Bicycles and Bluebells

4.38

9

 

Gardening (Paris)

1.46

10

 

Clatter

6.22

11

 

Augie March

4.46

12

 

Gardening At Night

2.53

 

 

 

 

Appearances by

Mark Lockheart, Sonia Slany, Steve Arguelles

'Where the unpredictable meets the unclassifiable. This might get filed under jazz, folk or classical, but it's basically right out on it's own little daydream.'

Colin Irwin - Mojo, 12-97

'One of the most talented young musicians in England, [...] Huw Warren has created music that is rich in surprise and invention. [It's] an album of imagination [which] combines subtlety and complexity with accessibility.'

Trevor Hodgett - Irish News, 01-05-98

A Barrel Organ Far from Home features Huw Warren, piano, accordion; Steve Argüelles, drums; Steve Buckley, whistles; Ben Davis, cello; Maria Lamburn, viola; Mark Lockheart, sax; Dudley Philips, bass; Sonia Slany, violin; Pete Whyman, clarinet.

 

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