Everyday the same, everyday different. - Eva Hipsey Music
 
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Well, I managed at last to get this album up. Recorded a while back with a guitar, a laptop and a fair few kitchen utensils.

Some tracks were played on Radio 3's Late Junction while I was very far from the UK, and out of that came some new relationships. In fact it was how I met Robert Popper, who I am now making music with.

Recently Robert has been letting the world know about this album, so I thought I'd better make it available here. I should note that Robert plays Walking and Talking much better than me. 

I listened to Blood and Bones with headphones the other day and it really made my head swirl - I really had gone overboard on trying to make it minimal but ever changing.

I am still trying to make a short run of lovely physical versions of this, to be made available right here, but I am a real hard task master when it comes to packaging, so it is a bit of a bumpy ride.
2/25/2010 15:58:51

This made me very very happy. Oh GOD!. well done sir

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Alistair
2/25/2010 16:14:34

Music that intrigues the ears and charms the mind but leaves the kidneys unmolested

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Chris
2/25/2010 16:21:36

REALLY like this, and want to hear more.

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pilkro
2/25/2010 16:25:56

Can't we just download it? I'm not going to buy the CD if you do offer it.

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Justin Spooner
2/25/2010 17:05:27

@pilkro - that sounds like good old blackmail to me ;)

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2/25/2010 17:35:17

Well that was a treat, loved it. Thanks, and keep up the excellent work.

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Justin Spooner
2/25/2010 17:37:01

I have indeed made the tracks downloadable - despite the impolite tendencies of pilkro.

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@originalricster
2/25/2010 17:50:54

Just what I've been after. Something a bit different to mix this place up a bit. Bravo!

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2/25/2010 18:00:55

Thank you.

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Satsy
2/25/2010 18:10:18

Wow, nice. So where do I pay for this? I may go on a hunt for your stuff -- this is lovely drawing music...

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pilkro
2/25/2010 20:06:53

I'm just a product of the times, friend. Where I'm from, it's an honor if someone wants to spend the time to download what you've made. No doubt I'm a caustic ass, however... but I keep it real. Thanks for the links!

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Justin Spooner
2/25/2010 20:14:59

@pilkro - no problem. I'm a product of those times too, just a bit less caustic. But, I do thank you for the interest.

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Shawna
2/25/2010 20:43:40

I love this, i frankly can't get enough of it. Its been a long time since an album in its entirety has had me enthralled. Thank you

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2/25/2010 22:41:08

Brilliant, I loved it. If you were to release it as a CD I certainly consider buying a copy for a friend. Thanks for the downloads, this is good for listening to while I'm trying to revise for psychology exams.

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Chrisp
2/26/2010 09:44:32

Justin, This is a wonderful collection of songs. I hope you enjoy making them as much as I do listening to them! All the best

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2/26/2010 17:01:03

Long live JS! Man, so pleased people will hear this piece of brilliance. One of my favourite albums ever. :)

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James Ramsay
2/26/2010 22:05:09

Nicely done mate! Gonna spread the word on this!

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justin spooner
2/27/2010 13:21:37

I just want to thank you all for the warm reception you've given the album - I am really blown away to be honest.

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Ryan H
3/2/2010 21:50:41

Justin do you tweet? Great tunes!

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justin Spooner
3/4/2010 16:54:30

@Ryan H
Hello, thanks a lot - I do tweet - I am @evahipsey

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2/4/2011 11:51:43

Loving your work. 'Blood and Bones' a sure-fire winner. Well done.

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Phil N
2/8/2011 21:34:06

i'm with 'alucidnation' on this. an absolute pleasure.

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7/12/2012 02:15:49

I just would like to give a huge thumbs up for the great info you have here on this post.hope to see more of your wonderful article, thank you.

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7/12/2012 02:16:14

I will make sure to bookmark it and return to read more of your useful information. Thanks for the post. I really like your writing style, good information.

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7/1/2013 11:43:15

This musical album discussed here is really awesome and I would like to congratulate Robert for it. All the tracks are equally good with great music and lyrics and that is the main reason behind this success. Please update more details about old super hit musical albums soon. Best wishes guys!

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8/20/2013 07:09:24

It is precious information for me. and thank you so much for providing this.

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10/4/2013 14:56:20

Once the notes are complete, add the functional dynamic indicators. As well as indicating the pitch and length of the note, the player needs to know whether the note is loud, soft, smooth or staggered. Flourishes, crescendos, accents, and fades are indicated with words written underneath the staff. Thanks a lot.

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