Mohribold, is an epic musical tapestry that weaves between a multitude of genres. The hour plus of music is crammed with a detail and energy that seems to come from another realm.
There are no discernible lyrics here, instead an array of instruments speak a language native to the deep, murky and mysterious wilds of Norfolk. But this is a Norfolk populated by African drums and South-American ukuleles and it's landscape of bouzoukis, old organs, trumpets and assorted percussion create something of a psych-folk symphony.
released 06 July 2011
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Composed and produced by Andrew Taylor
All instruments played by Andrew Taylor except Trumpet - Hugh Stanners, Cello - John Mudd and Bassoon - Rose Moore.
"Sometimes I like to lose myself whilst playing music, a lot of different stuff comes out. I learnt guitar playing along to Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells. My first instrument was made from a cereal box, a kitchen roll tube and some elastic bands".