Ephemeris

by Paul Nagle

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USC I should tell this album is the best of Paul's music I've heard in later years of his discography. This is very stylish, energetic and futurist. - M. Winchester Favorite track: my voice.
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John Cratchley Gloomy? More like "roamin' in the gloamin'"...and not half bad!
Paul undersells this album a little...it is full of good stuff and I like the slightly downbeat take on things...depends upon your state of mind,I figure,and Paul's head might have been in a different space...no matter; it's all relative and we now have the benefit of 20/20 hindsight...glad he left it as it is.
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I did some quite gloomy music around this time. I've kinda forgotten this album, indeed I was just about to put out another old one involving mushrooms then I remembered this. It doesn't all work and I'd probably drop a track, but may as well do it as it was originally intended. See what you think.

Dates on this are 2004-2008.

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released September 19, 2015

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Paul Nagle Lancashire, UK

Paul has been writing and performing electronic music since around 1977-78, influenced mainly by German musicians such as Roedelius and Schnitzler and bands such as Tangerine Dream, Cluster and Future Sound Of London.

He writes reviews for Sound on Sound magazine and juggles this with creating music for TV, film and games and writing rather wacky novels.
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