Published on 2nd December 2013
Jarrod Gosling’s Regal Worm release debut
Sheffield (UK) based musician/producer Jarrod Gosling (Henry Fool, I Monster, Skywatchers) releases his first solo album Use And Ornament today (2 December 2013) through Quatermass Records, via Burning Shed and Bandcamp.
“This album is the culmination of months of fevered work in Jarrod’s “Pig View” studio beavering away on dangerous vintage machinery (including his prized Mellotron M400), to bring Prog Fans a highly detailed but accessible and colourful music, mixing prog, jazz, and folk genres with an anarchic post--punk strand and sensibility.
The emergence of The Worm from the Apple of Invention is already causing ripples in the fabric of the music world, with plays on BBC6 Music¹s Stuart Maconie’s FreakZone and other radio stations worldwide. Fans of anarcho-jazz-punk psychedelic prog the world over will be able join in the fun now the album is for sale via Burning Shed for physical CD¹s and Bandcamp for digital downloads.”
1. Zinc Ferment
2. Cherish That Rubber Rodent
3. The Mardi Gras Turned Ugly In Seconds
4. Apple Witch
5. Morning Sentinel
6. Confession From A Deep And Warm Hibernaculum
i. Running, Hopping, Leaping
iii. Sword Blades
iv. Time And Circumstance (One Second Either Way)
8. 6:17PM The Aunt Turns Into An Ant
i. Crunch time. Tea waste. Flagstone desert.
ii. Narration #1
iii. Six feet and under the table. Approaching terror.
iv. Beset by centipedes. The well-timed rescue.
v. Narration #2
vi. Acceptance into the colony, on condition that eighteen score and ten aphids are ritually sacrificed. Refusal and escape.
vii. Flagstone dessert (with cake crumbs). Ant alone.
viii. Narration #3
ix. My name is Silvius. Ant elopes. From ants to blackbirds and beyond.
x. Each its hour.
9. Klara Till Slutet (Main Title Theme)
Jarrod Gosling: Mellotron, various analogue synthesizers, Hammond organs, Leslie speaker, Jarlsberg organ, Philips Philicorda, Rhodes electric piano, various keyboards, bass guitars, electric and acoustic guitars, Rogers drums, percussion, voice, bowed saw, glockenspiels, visuals, accordion, recorder, whistles, stylophone, mouth organ, home made stuff, direction, effects
Mick Somerset-Ward: tenor and alto saxophones, alto and C flutes, whistles, clarinet, bass clarinet, Jew’s harp, shruti box, Maestro effects unit, voice, words
Peter Rophone: voice
Louis Atkinson: tenor and soprano saxophones.
Kevin Pearce: voice
Lucy Fawcett: trumpet
Richard Bradley: EMS Synthi AKS, flexitone, vibraslap
Nick Gosling: electric guitar
Graham McElearney: harp
Lucy Hope: voice
Jack Helliwell: violin
Source: [We Do Band Stuff] PR/Media