Safehouse @ Coach House Available for Listening

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Slow, quiet start that builds. The ensembles were composed of random musicians chosen by drawing names from a hat. Recorded life at a one-off Safehouse session at the Coach House in Kemptown May 4th, 2011, which offered great acoustics. (Safehouse usually meets at the Open House Pub, Springfield Rd., Brighton). All instruments recorded through one microphone.

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7 comments on “Safehouse @ Coach House Available for Listening
  1. Never heard anything like it before! 🙂
    It was performed live?

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  3. sara jane says:

    I love your website blog and creative self see you soon x

  4. alisonamazed says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting Sara Jane. Your Coach House is a great space for making music.

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