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Very ethereal stuff Tim. Well done.

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Cheers,

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Thanks mate, been enjoying geting back into noodling around on a synth or three.
 

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Glad you're enjoying it Dave. The tea sounds great too.
 

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Timbo some great stuff. When I started listening to it made me think of Floyds wish you here album. Then I, Robot from Allen Parsons project with hi ts of 2112 from rush. Then I realized I was flying around in a late 70’s trans am with a girl in a while cowboy hat. And she took me to a place where all the buildings were shaped like boobs. Heavy Metal
 

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Good to hear you got a blast from it Eggy.

I can't hide it, when I recorded that track I had been listening to the Wish You Were Here album a fair bit. I didn't intentionally set out to do something similar but it must have bubbled up from my sub-concious so much so that when it was being mastered, the guy doing it said it sounded like one of Rick Wright's out takes from the perioid.

Hence the track name Shifting Sands, sparked from the album cover where Mr Invisble is standing on a sand dune.

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