Thu, 04 Aug 2005
There's quite a bit of variety in a small space here. From the streets
of Lille and Boulogne-sur-mer (by the sea), we have cameo appearances
by a jazz duo playing in a big square in Lille and a lone flutist blowing
up a storm in a winding, cobbled side street. There is virtually no
traffic noise as these are pedestrian areas. Then we go to the seaside where
we start with a Celtic influenced rave up and then have a twenty voice
men's choir singing two old standards that involve the sea. Then, to finish,
our favourite which is a lone accordian player with the sounds of seagulls
wheeling overhead, people passing by, and puffs of wind.
Here's one song from Robot Bathing. It's dark. It's loud. And it breaks
most rules of song construction. We hope you like it.