The Worm Forgives the Plough

by G P Hall



“The Worm Forgives the Plough” seeing ploughed fields constantly
I wondered as the plough cuts through the fresh turned soil what habitats it was also destroying to get new yields hence came the idea
That one needed to turn over old habitats to make fresh new shoots.
In 1 field there was another universe grounded by change!
Recorded on MC-909 with a Roland keyboard controller & Godin guitar, if you listen closely you can hear a wiggerling worm type sound, sampled and put through a oscillator its kind of special to me this track its got charm. Composed 2010.
There is a book published a using this title by John Stewart Collis.


released October 1, 2014
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GP Hall Chester, UK

I emerged in the British blues boom of the 1960s followed a long winding path through various scenes and cultures. Studied with the Roma flamenco master Manitas De Plata in Spain, toured Europe with Liverpool band Casey Jones & the Governors, Commissioned three times (twice by The Arts Council of Great Britain) played in the British avant-garde scene of the 1970s. Released 15 solo CD's to acclaim ... more

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