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Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light

Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light by Bell Orchestre buy album

Bell Orchestre

Label: Rough Trade Records
Released: 2005
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Track Listing

Recording a Tunnel (The Horns Play Underneath the Canal); Les Lumieres Pt. 1; Les Lumieres Pt. 2; Throw It on a Fire; Recording a Tunnel (The Horns Play Underneath the Canal); The Upwards March; The Bells Play the Band; Recording a Tape...(Typewriter Duet); Nuevo; Salvatore Amato; Recording a Tunnel (The Invisible Bells).

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Richard Reed Parry: upright bass, glockenspiel/bells, synth, tape machine, faraway organ, tunnels, claps, whistles; Sarah Neufeld: violin, twinkles, dexterity, claps, whistles; Stef Schneider: drums, xylophone, bells, frozen cymbals, typewriter, tympani, claps, whistles; Pietro Amato: french horn, feedback, animal sounds, tunnels, claps, whistles; Kaveh Nabatian: trumpet, melodica, echoplex, cuica, bells, tunnels, claps, whistles; with guests: Sir Mike Feuerstack: lap steel guitar (2, 3); Marika Anthony Shaw: viola/patience (8); Caroline Laroche: trombone and chaos (2, 3); Regine Chassagne: accordion/enthusiasm (9); Sarah McMahon: pizzicato cello finale (3); The Callino Quartet: whistling choir (9).


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