The One Ensemble Of Daniel Padden - Live At VPRO Radio mp3 flac download
|Performer:||The One Ensemble Of Daniel Padden|
|Title:||Live At VPRO Radio|
|Style:||Neofolk, Avantgarde, Experimental|
|Date of release:||2005|
|MP3 album size:||1837 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1564 mb|
|Digital formats:||FLAC VOC MP2 VOX MPC AIFF WAV|
Guitar, Voice – Daniel Padden. Sleeve – Michael Babcock (2). Viola – Aby Vulliamy. Recorded and mixed live 14th November 2004. Packaged in letterpressed folded card sleeves.
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The One Ensemble is a British musical group, based in Glasgow. The project was initially conceived by Volcano The Bear member Daniel Padden as a vehicle for his solo work, and their first three albums were released under the name The One Ensemble Of Daniel Padden. Two studio albums in this mould were released, an eponymous debut on the Catsup Plate label in 2003 and The Owl Of Fives on Textile Records in 2004. This line-up was documented on the Live at VPRO Radio album released by Brainwashed Recordings in 2004. In 2005 Neilson left, and the group's name was changed to "The One Ensemble" with Padden now releasing his solo work under his given name. Their fourth album Wayward The Fourth has been released by the label, Secret Eye in January 2007.
Live at VPRO Radio was recorded live in 2004, in a performance by the Ensemble for the famous Dutch radio station, and it's one of the most stunning live albums I've ever heard, without a doubt. The performance captured in this radio session easily eclipses Daniel Padden's two studio albums, and also exceeds the rather high standards set by his previous work with Volcano the Bear. It is perhaps a bit confusing: The One Ensemble Of Daniel Padden, whereas the cover lists five players. The previous two albums by Daniel Padden contained music, all played by Padden himself, but as we are dealing here with a live album, it's not strange to see it become a real ensemble. Padden, who is also a member of Volcano The Bear, is assisted by people who play bouzouki, drums, percussion, cello, viola whereas the man himself plays guitar and sings.
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com/component/page,shop. product details/flypage,shop. flypage/product id,34/category id,10/manufacturer id,0/option,com virtuemart/Itemid,1/. com/component/page,shop. released April 1, 2004. To discover the existence of Daniel Padden and to travel over again of backwards, leaving from this last album, the stages of the career, going back its work with the English formation of the Volcano the Bear to begin from 1995, have been one surprised continuous, that creed will deserve an ulterior deepening in the next participations on the pages of this situated.
Daniel Padden solo performance, recorded live at Henry's Cellar Bar, Edinburgh, November 26th 2017. Featuring some sounds from the "Ship Chop' album, and some tapes created by Volcano The Bear. Daniel Padden (Music). I was invited to talk on the Brainwashed podcast, about the new album by The One Ensemble amongst other things. Listen at ww. rainwashed. I was singing with Hanna Tuulikki on Radio 3's Late Junction last night in the BBC portakabin at Edinburgh Festival. The pieces were from Hanna's 'Sing Sign - A Close Duet'. net. the-fo. ww. ecretdecoder.
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|6||The Tumble Waltz||8:35|
|7||Farewell You Porcupine||5:15|
- Printed By – Interrobang Letterpress
- Recorded At – VPRO
- Bouzouki – Chris Hladowski*
- Cello – Peter Nicholson
- Drums, Percussion – Alex Neilson
- Guitar, Voice – Daniel Padden
- Sleeve [Handmade By, Uncredited] – Michael Babcock
- Viola – Aby Vulliamy
NotesRecorded and mixed live 14th November 2004.
Limited edition of 500 copies.
Packaged in letterpressed folded card sleeves.