Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

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Re: Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

Postby The Modernist » 03 Nov 2013, 22:26

There are rumours of a box set..which may feature The Nantwich Sessions. Having once heard a tantilising 50 second sample featuring Eddie Ederson's symphonic growl, I can safely say that yes it does live up to the legend.

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Re: Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

Postby the gorton gollum » 03 Nov 2013, 23:36

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Re: Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

Postby Bungo the Mungo » 21 Dec 2013, 20:28

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Re: Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

Postby bye » 11 Oct 2015, 11:23

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Re: Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

Postby The Modernist » 11 Oct 2015, 11:57

What do people think of the pre- DSD band Singleton's Swingers?

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Their 50 minute rave up version of St. James Infirmary Blues captured on the bootleg 1966 -Live At The Diamond Club is remarkable for Singleton's incredible utilisation of the tambourine. Did anyone play it with their toes before him?

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Re: Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

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The Modernist wrote:What do people think of the pre- DSD band Singleton's Swingers?

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Their 50 minute rave up version of St. James Infirmary Blues captured on the bootleg 1966 -Live At The Diamond Club is remarkable for Singleton's incredible utilisation of the tambourine. Did anyone play it with their toes before him?


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Re: Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

Postby Count Machuki » 14 Dec 2015, 21:31

Has anybody else heard anything about a possible re-release of The 12/8 Days of Threnody's Yulemas in time for the holiday?

I thought I'd see something go by on the Hoffman boards but a search turns up nothing.

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Re: Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

Postby CAN » 14 Dec 2015, 21:35

I think they're at a loss for words, my friend.

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Postby bye » 21 Feb 2016, 09:55

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Re: Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

Postby fange » 15 Sep 2016, 02:19

The Modernist wrote:There are rumours of a box set..which may feature The Nantwich Sessions. Having once heard a tantilising 50 second sample featuring Eddie Ederson's symphonic growl, I can safely say that yes it does live up to the legend.


It certainly does. Derek Boxton-Cleaváge's remastering job on The Nantwich Sessions is just outstanding. I was listening to that demo version of 'Days of Vines and Posies' from the out-takes disc, and the sound is so clear i felt i was right there in the hallway with them, standing right next to Tower Mandrake when he was playing his soprano nose flute solo.
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Re: Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

Postby bye » 30 Dec 2016, 12:47

I took delivery of The Oswestry Outtakes just yesterday. The top-left corner of the cover is absolutely the best I have ever seen!
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Re: Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

Postby Michael Andrew Lownsdale » 24 Mar 2017, 22:05

Lord Bother wrote:I took delivery of The Oswestry Outtakes just yesterday. The top-left corner of the cover is absolutely the best I have ever seen!


I concur!

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Re: Progressive Canon # 55 - Donald Singleton's Delirium

Postby CAN » 05 Aug 2018, 10:49

FABULOSO!
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