Trembling Bells Vinyl, CD & tapes by Trembling Bells at Norman Records

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Trembling Bells & Alex Rex
I Am The King

Trembling Bells are a folky Scottish collective who feature drummer Alex Neilson who also appears here as Alex Rex. The Trembling Bells songs are inspired by Greek myths whilst the Alex Rex songs are both covers inspired by his late younger brother Alasdair - the traditional Night Visiting Song and John Cale's You Know More Than I Know. 

Trembling Bells
Dungeness

I just can't get over the sleeve. Just look at it. Kind of suits the music Trembling Bells make though. It's shot through with the folk influence of bands who also wore 17th century garb and claimed a kinship with days of yore. I'm thinking Fairport Convention. But Trembling Bells are also very psychedelic. You'd have to be to wear jerkins like that.   

Trembling Bells
The Sovereign Self

Their fifth album in six years, The Sovereign Self by Trembling Bells continues down the traditionalist path that the band ploughs so well. From motorik kraut to wig-out prog and freak-folk it’s a heady stew of influences, twisting and turning at every step. Out on CD and vinyl LP from Tin Angel.

Trembling Bells / Alex Rex
The Auld Triangle

Like a sort of raggle-taggle version of Band Aid, Scottish folk minstrels Trembling Bells have hauled a pile of their famous friends into the studio to sing this song much beloved of drunks. Alasdair Roberts, Ricky Ross (really?) , Dan Haywood, Mike Heron, Scott Fagan and Amy Cutler all lend a hand on a tune which could rival 'Fairytale of New York' in the weep at Christmas stakes. 

Trembling Bells & Bonnie 'Prince' Billy
The Bonnie Bells Of Oxford

After collaborating on The Marble Downs Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy and Trembling Bells went on tour in 2012. The Bonnie Bells Of Oxford is a live album trying to capture the magic of their collaboration including hybrid versions of tracks from each artist, as well as many tracks from the album. Some of the finest contemporary folk musicians in action.

Trembling Bells
Wide Majestic Aire

Wide Majestic Aire is a ‘mini-album’, containing 7 songs-worth of Trembling Bells’ grounded-but-adventurous folk-rock. A sense of place is crucial to this record: as well as Yorkshire, signified by the River Aire (which happens to be spitting-distance from Norman Records, fact-fans!), Oxford, London, and the general English countryside are all invoked. On Tin Angel.

Trembling Bells
Carbeth

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Trembling Bells & Bonnie Prince Billy
New Trip On The Old Wine

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Trembling Bells, Bonnie Prince Billy, Muldoon's Picnic
The Duchess EP

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Trembling Bells (featuring Bonnie Prince Billy)
The Marble Downs

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Trembling Bells / Bonnie Prince Billy / Mike Heron
New Year’s Eve’s The Loneliest Night Of The Year / Feast Of Stephen

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The Constant Pageant

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Abandoned Love

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