Double 12" on random coloured marbled vinyl. Limited edition of 100. Original 'By Cover Of Night' album on Sides A, B & C, with live bonus tracks on Side D (which can be downloaded for free separately via the 'Live at The Waiting Room' album). Includes colour inserts featuring photography by Anthony Toci.
Comes with a complimentary copy of the album on Digipak CD.
A note about shipping: due to the fact that this is a double vinyl, shipping costs more than with standard records, especially when shipping outside of Australia. There may be other stores that can ship for cheaper - please check Rockinghorse Records and Tym Guitars.
Includes unlimited streaming of By Cover Of Night
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Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album
CD version in six panel digipack, with included bonus artwork featuring photography by Anthony Toci in PDF format.
Includes immediate download of 10-track album in your choice of MP3 320, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Jamie Curran - Piano, Accordion, Organ
Owen Dengate - Guitar
Simon James - Bass
Adrian Marsh - Field Recordings on 'Last Call'
Luke McCallum - Trumpet, Glockenspiel, Organ, Whistling
Cameron Smith - Drums, Saw, Haunted Radio
Recorded at The Old Museum, Brisbane, October 11 - 15 2010 by Cameron Smith.
Mixed and Mastered by Cameron Smith at Incremental Records.
Cover photography by Anthony Toci, with Dan Denton and Ghost Notes.
Spotlight photo by Cameron Smith.
Thank you The Old Museum, 4zzz, Lofly, TimeOff, Rave, Mt Augustus, Tiny Spiders, Mahal Kita, No Anchor, Browning St Studios, Mick Turner, Winternationale, Light Lions, Baron Field, Ben Revi, Helen Davis, Dan Denton, Kurt Maroske, Brendan Eales, Glen Murdoch, Nick Smethurst, Dave Ryan, Dan Wright, Casey Zielke, Ili & Innez Tulloch, Owen McKern @ RRR, Tristan Peach, Friends & Family.
Ghost Notes are an instrumental band from Brisbane, Australia. Forming in 2009, they make dynamic music which owes as much
to folk, jazz, noise-rock, kraut, spaghetti-western soundtracks and various strains of 'experimental' music as it does to so-called post rock....more