Banished, Vanished, Tarnished and Varnished

To Boldly Go

Here's a piece by Duncan recorded initially for a Spanish Radio Station and now shared with the world.

Untitled Piece

Steve says "Here's a mysterious and unexplained piece by Duncan, who randomly bestowed it upon us a week or two ago....we think it's new!"

Untitled Piece
March 2006

Steve says "'s a trio space rock work out from 3rd March 2006!"

Cm Improv Late 2008 (Trimmed)
Late 2008

A new contribution unearthed by Duncan, from late 2008 and featuring Martin Archer on Soprano Sax, a pastoral little number from the preparation for that year's E-Live.

Cherry Door
February 2009

This piece was completed in February 2009 as part of the Time and Motion sessions but never used because of its stylistic inconsistency with the rest of the album. Based on a piece composed by Martin Archer, it took RMI into unique territory and is a very interesting diversion from the norm, featuring Gary on acoustic guitar recorded on the sofa at the Greenhouse.

16th March 1995

This was recorded at Northern Echo on March 16th 1995 by Steve and Duncan shortly before loading the gear into Tim/Jim's camper van and setting off across London to Camden Town to play at the Monarch with Adrenal.

Mother Sky
12th March 2004

In the first in a regular series of free downloads, here we find ourselves in the big room at The Greenhouse a couple days ahead of our first encounter with that Damo Suzuki. As it turned out on the night, our lovingly recreated version of Can's Mother Sky was surplus to requirements and we instead improvised the whole 90 minute set down at The Night and Day in Manchester.

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The Clouds Of Titan

This is an album that we hoped would never have to be released. When we were on tour in the USA back in May, we did a very special living room concert at the home of Cyndee Lee Rule (who has worked with us in the past) and her husband, Jeff Nutkowitz. Jeff was battling pancreatic cancer...and it was that disease that took him away from us on July 8th. Originally broadcast on the Gagliarchives Radio Show (thank you Tom for coming up with the titles of these tracks), we decided to release this album in Jeff's memory.

The profits from this album will go to one Jeff's favorite charities. He was a fan of ours and loved space rock as much as anyone could. We know it's not much, but it's the least we could do to give back to someone who has done so much for space and progressive rock. Sssssssssssspace....

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