LP box set £32.99
Super deluxe clear vinyl 2LP + 2CD + DVD set inc. art-prints, scent, poster etc. Edition of 300 copies on Facture (Craig Tattersall + Bill Seaman).
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- Light Folds by The Seaman & The Tattered Sail
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10/10 Bill Seaman Customer review, 21st December 2013
The Seaman and the Tattered Sail - Light Folds Craig Tattersall and Bill Seaman OK - Here it is at last --- the entire set of works available at Flac level of quality, MP3 or… So for people who missed out on the physical release here is the digital one! I founds sites all over the internet giving slices of it away but here is the definitive version for you collectors out there... On Bandcamp - £12 GBP --- 60 works at 20 pee! Ha! http://facture.bandcamp.com/album/light-folds-2 also Craig's lovely Booklets --- Preview here - http://light-folds.tumblr.com/A5DigitalBooklet My Favorite http://light-folds.tumblr.com/Banner-Booklet Couldn't be more excited to make this available! (of course we love the original sonic objects but they are long gone…) Special thanks to Daniel Crossley, Facture Records, and of course Craig Tattersall - The Humble Bee himself... Best Bill Seaman http://mad.ly/088754
10/10 PvC Customer review, 24th September 2013
"Why wait 25 years to release a Special DeLuxe Anniversary Edition when you can release such an edition right away?"
Something like that must've been the thought of the people at Fluid Audio/Fac-Ture when they were planning this incredibly voluptuous "Light Folds " release by The Seaman and the Tattered Sail (Craig Tattersall and Bill Seaman).
In these times of ongoing discussions about the decline of the music industry's physical distribution, it seems like a daring adventure (and a somewhat ironic provocative statement) to release a single package containing: 2 vinyl albums, 2 CD's, 4 DVD's, Two 12" prints, 4 A6 prints, and an A2 poster ... All in twelve different design varations...
When I first read about this release, I assumed that there were various configurations of the original material to be chosen from: Vinyl, or CD, or DVD, or Digital download...
But that was not as it was intended: the artists decided it was to be released the way it is: as one single package - meaning this package contans more than eleven hours of their music scattered over all these different kind of physical media.
Bill Seaman ('media artists and exploring linear and interactive works') and Craig Tattersall (The Boats, The Humble Bee, and many more) have been working on these tracks for over two years in online "Dropbox/WeTransfer collaboration".
The original project started as a double CD, but as time passed a vast amount of 'abstracts, derivations and colliding things' materialized: shorter versions which seemed fit to be released on a vinyl version; longer versions that required a different format (Audio DVD). And somewhere along the line Bill and Craig decided that it was worth keeping all of these variations together in one mammoth-size release combining all of these.
Read the rest of the review at: http://www.ambientblog.net/blog/2013-09-22/the-seaman-and-the-tattered-sail-light-folds
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