A true journeyman, Ray Fenwick’s musical journey as one of Britain’s most sought-after guitarists takes in pretty much every music genre imaginable.
From Spencer Davis to Ian Gillan Band and beyond, guitar ace Ray Fenwick talks about his musical journey Tuesday April 6th at 1510 hrs GMT on BBC Radio Northampton...
An individual and compelling work from this British modern-classical composer and performer, 2001-released ‘Neptune’ is in the best tradition of Marvin Ayres’ catalogue of minimalist and ambient recordings incorporating special soundscapes and psycho-acoustics.
A welcome reissue for lovers of ambient and transportive music, 'Cellosphere' operates somewhere between the spiritual serenity of Gorecki and Part and the electronic adventures of Brian Eno and Aphex Twin.
Singsong Music is delighted to be representing the music publishing and recording rights of composer and performer Marvin Ayres. Cellist and violinist Ayres is a graduate of Trinity College of Music in London and a renowned composer of minimalist, ambient works. His music draws admiration from lovers of a doversity of musical genres spanning classical, electronic, progressive and jazz.
NEIL ARDLEY’S A SYMPHONY OF AMARANTHS – Dave Gelly sums up…
This celebration of heritage British jazz marks the talents of Mike Gibbs and John Scofield, harnessed to Gibbs’s 12-piece band, recorded at Birmingham Symphony Hall in October 1991 during a twelve-date UK tour promoted by the Contemporary Music Network, a branch of the Arts Council of Great Britain.
Originally released in 1983, this follow-up to Johnny Warman’s ‘Walking into Mirrors’ – with single “Screaming Jets” a chart hit in Australia – follows in its predecessor’s path, albeit musically more complex.
With live dates firming up again for his band and a Singsong reissue programme underway of his solo recorded catalogue, Rod Clements’ interview with Jason Barnard at The Strange Brew is more than timely.
Unreleased session tracks recorded in London between 1978 and 1998 by the late troubadour, “The London Sessions (1978-1998)” showcases what a talent US-born, by now London-based Tim Rose was.