Music in everything you hear

This is a contemporary remix of a song from my own ABC record, which was released in 1972.

It has been mixed live and post-mix on my computer and includes recordings from my own collection as well as from the wondrous sound effects record collection I have begun to amass.

Listen out for:

The telephone in Paul Dibley’s office
Seagulls in Bath
Blackbirds from Mark’s street in Reading
Rain on the garage roof at Mark’s place
Mark’s telephone
The Bakerloo Line travelling towards Edgeware Road Tube Station

…and enjoy the words!

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