Each in Our Own Thoughts

Each in Our Own Thoughts

Infobox Album
Name = Each in Our Own Thoughts
Type = Studio album
Artist = Tim Hodgkinson


Background = orange
Released = 1994
Recorded = 1993
Genre = Avant-progressive rock, Electronic music, Contemporary classical music
Length = 52:50
Label = Woof (U.K.) Megaphone (U.S.A.)
Producer = Tim Hodgkinson
Reviews =
Last album = "Splutter"
(1985)
This album = "Each in Our Own Thoughts"
(1994)
Next album = "Pragma"
(1998)

"Each in Our Own Thoughts" is a 1994 solo album by English experimental music composer and performer Tim Hodgkinson from Henry Cow. It is his second solo album, after "Splutter" (1985), and comprises six unreleased pieces composed by Hodgkinson between 1976 and 1993. They were recorded in 1993 and co-released in 1994 on CD by Woof Records in the United Kingdom and Megaphone Records in the United States.

Content

"Each in Our Own Thoughts" consists of three instrumental pieces and three songs. The music varies from contemporary classical music to avant-progressive rock: there is a string quartet ("String Quartet 1"), two works for small ensembles ("A Hollow Miracle" and "Palimpsest"), a piece for samples and multiple horns ("From Descartes' Dreams"), a piece for MIDI-instruments ("Numinous Pools for Mental Orchestra"), and an unrecorded Henry Cow number from 1976 ("Hold to the Zero Burn, Imagine"). Hodgkinson composed the music for all the tracks and wrote the lyrics for "Hold to the Zero Burn, Imagine"; Chris Cutler wrote the song texts for "A Hollow Miracle" and "Palimpsest". Hodgkinson does not perform on "String Quartet 1".

"Hold to the Zero Burn, Imagine" was originally composed by Hodgkinson for Henry Cow as "Erk Gah" in 1976 and was performed regularly by the band between 1976 and 1978. [ cite web |url=http://calyx.club.fr/bands/chrono/henrycow.html |title=Henry Cow chronology |work=The Canterbury Music Website |accessdate=2007-11-14 ] It was scheduled to be recorded in Switzerland in early 1978 for their next album, but objections from some of the band members over its lyrics resulted in it being shelved. Henry Cow broke up in mid-1978 and "Erk Gah" was never recorded in the studio. [ cite web |url=http://www.ccutler.com/ccutler/bands/group03.shtml#artbears |title=Art Bears |work=Chris Cutler homepage |first=Chris, |last=Cutler |accessdate=2007-11-14 ] A 1977 Henry Cow Swedish Radio broadcast of "Erk Gah" did surface in 2008 when Recommended Records released it in the "The 40th Anniversary Henry Cow Box Set".

The recording of "Hold to the Zero Burn, Imagine" in 1993 (with the original "Erk Gah" lyrics) was a Henry Cow reunion of sorts in that four of the musicians that played on this track were from the original band: Tim Hodgkinson, Chris Cutler, Lindsay Cooper and Dagmar Krause.

Track listing

#"A Hollow Miracle" (Hodgkinson, Cutler) – 4:18
#"String Quartet 1" (Hodgkinson) – 11:09
#"From Descartes' Dreams" (Hodgkinson) – 6:32
#"Hold to the Zero Burn, Imagine" (Hodgkinson) – 16:43
#"Palimpsest" (Hodgkinson, Cutler) – 4:13
#"Numinous Pools for Mental Orchestra" (Hodgkinson) – 9:55

Track notes and personnel

#Composed in 1993 around texts by Chris Cutler.
#*Dagmar Krause – voice
#*Tim Hodgkinson – piano, viola, bass guitar, sampling, sequencing
#The first of four pieces for strings composed in Grenoble, France in 1993.
#*Charles Mutter – violin
#*Chris Brierley – violin
#*Helen Kamminga – viola
#*Robert Woollard – cello
#An oratorio derived from "Three Dreams of Descartes", a larger work composed in 1991 in which a philosopher's rational self confronts personal demons.
#*Tim Hodgkinson – bass clarinet, clarinet, alto saxophone, sampling, sequencing
#Composed for Henry Cow in 1976 as "Erk Gah" and performed in concerts by the band in 1976-1978, but never recorded.
#*Dagmar Krause – voice
#*Chris Cutler – drums
#*Bill Gilonis – guitar
#*Lindsay Cooper – bassoon
#*Richard Bolton – cello
#*Guy Segers – bass guitar
#*Dominic Weeks – xylophone
#*Nancy Ruffer – flute
#*Clarissa Melville – flute
#*John Impett – trumpet
#*Tim Hodgkinson – keyboards, alto saxophone, clarinet
#Composed in 1992 around texts by Chris Cutler.
#*Dagmar Krause – voice
#*Nancy Ruffer – flute
#*John Impett – trumpet
#*Raul Diaz – French horn
#*Guy Segers – bass guitar
#*Tim Hodgkinson – piano, percussion
#*Rick Wilson – percussion
#Composed in 1986 for a real orchestra and later recorded on a computer and revised for MIDI-instrumentation.
#*Tim Hodgkinson – sequencing [ "Hold to the Zero Burn, Imagine" CD liner notes ]

Production

*Tracks 1, 3, 4 and 5 recorded and mixed by Dominique Brethes at Wolf Studios, London
*Track 2 recorded live at Bottolph Clayden by Tim Hodgkinson
*Track 6 recorded direct to DAT from MIDI-instruments by Tim Hodgkinson

References

External links

*amg | id = 10:wbfqxqykldfe | label = "Each in Our Own Thoughts"
* [http://www.geocities.com/dagmarpage/eachin.html "Each in Our Own Thoughts"] . "Dagmar Krause: The Voice of Armageddon".
*de icon [http://www.babyblaue-seiten.de/index.php?albumId=6276&left=year&year=1994&content=review "Each in Our Own Thoughts" review] . "Babyblaue Prog-Reviews".
* [http://calyx.club.fr/lyrics/henrycow/01.html "Hold to the Zero Burn, Imagine" lyrics] . "The Canterbury Website".


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