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Patrick Bell

Patrick Bell

Patrick Bell


There are two artists by the name of Patrick Bell. 1. All my records are free to download here: www.patrickscottbell.com/music 2. Patrick Bell Patrick Bell's music is woven from samples, field recordings, stories, doctored solo instrumentals, layered up and woven into Patrick's own playing, using a number of different instruments. A track, "Dance of the Platyhelminthes" from Bell's 2nd album, "Away From Anywhere" was featured onBBC Radio 3's Late Junction and also appears on Various: UP12 Bloody Amateurs. Read more on Last.fm
There are two artists by the name of Patrick Bell. 1. All my records are free to download here: www.patrickscottbell.com/music 2. Patrick Bell Patrick Bell's music is woven from samples, field recordings, stories, doctored solo instrumentals, layered up and woven into Patrick's own playing, using a number of different instruments. A track, "Dance of the Platyhelminthes" from Bell's 2nd album, "Away From Anywhere" was featured onBBC Radio 3's Late Junction and also appears on Various: UP12 Bloody Amateurs. Patrick also collaborated with Dan Rickwood aka Stanley Donwood on http://www.6inchrecords.com/ Travel Notes was inspired by travels around Europe and beyond and many of the tracks are heavily based around field recordings taken on these travels. Patrick's move to the Orkney Islands saw a distinct folkiness creep into Away From Anywhere and then Beacons. Between these two instrumental song long players was "Tales of the Finfolk", a playful piece of musical fiction inspired by the Orcadian legen of the "Selkie", a magical creature part human and part seal. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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