Thursday, March 3, 2016

uncanny persistence of the H - part 34 - t/e/u "to rescue things beyond recall..."

to​ ​rescue​ ​things​ ​beyond​ ​recall​-​soon​-​when​ ​the​ ​reaper​-​time​-​has​ ​garnered​ ​all​-​the​ ​ears​ ​that​ ​hear​ ​now​-​and​ ​the​ ​feet​ ​that​ ​stand​-​yet​ ​in​ ​​the fields​ ​where​ ​once​ ​in​ ​fold​ ​and​ ​hall​-​echoed​ ​the​ ​voices​ ​of​ ​our​ ​fathers'​ ​band (version) - by t/e/u

"The Pennine Range, upon the western slopes of which the ancient town of Burnley is situated, has been called the backbone of England. It stretches in an almost unbroken series of high peaks and lofty moors from Scotland to Derbyshire, and in the shadow of Pendle Hill, which is a detached spur almost in the middle of the range, lies the town of Burnley. To the south, beside the Brun, from which the town takes its name, is the hamlet of Hurstwood" – Memories of Hurstwood, tales and traditions of the neighbourhood (1889) by Tattersall Wilkinson & J. F. Tattersall


Originally released as part of Folklore Tapes' Lancashire Folklore Tapes IV - Memories of Hurstwood​. 30x Hard Back Cassette Books & 60x Envelope Edition. Each edition comes with a fragment of wall from Extwistle Hall and D/L. Presented here in the form of an alternative mix and master. Recorded,​ ​edited​ ​and arranged​ ​in 2015. Analog master, transferred to​ ​16​ ​bit Wav​ ​by​ ​Optimum Mastering,​ ​2016.


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