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  • Subject: Downtime
  • From: "Richard" <>
  • Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2004 15:58:05 +1100

thanks Phil, yes it was Downtime. Actually i kind of knew it wasnt King
Strut, because i checked it and it came out later, but could not think of
which Blegvad one it was. Well spotted!

I like almost all his solo albums, though lost him after Hangmans Hill.
However i see he has a new one out with Andy Partridge, which seems


----- Original Message -----
From: "Phil Mason" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 8:57 PM
Subject: Re: [Blueplanes] Special Intensities: the making of Spitting Out

> Many thanks to Richard for these detailed and fascinating pieces. I'm
> looking forward to the next one already.
> A small correction:
> > Cold Storage in Acre Lane... The previous client to us was
> Peter
> > Blegvad, making I think King Strut.
> He was actually making "Downtime". Both are excellent, by the way.
> The BAs appear to be the one degree of separation between so many of my
> highly rated musicians/bands - Richard Thompson, Boo Hewerdine and now
> Blegvad and (via Tim Hodgkinson) Henry Cow. It's a small world, the one 
> of
> exquisitely good musical taste, innit?
> Phil
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