Woolly Wolstenholme and Maestoso


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Album Portfolio

Mæstoso - Fiddling Meanly

Fiddling Meanly CD cover design

CD: Eclectic Discs ECLD 1019, 21st February 2005


Abendrot (S. J. Wolstenholme)
The Bells, THE BELLS! (S. J. Wolstenholme)
Deceivers All (S. J. Wolstenholme)
Has To Be A Reason (Wolstenholme/Broomhead/Turner/Grady)
In Search Of England (S. J. Wolstenholme)
The Iron Maiden (Barclay James Harvest)
Sunday Bells (S. J. Wolstenholme)
Poor Wages (Barclay James Harvest)
The Poet/After The Day (S. J. Wolstenholme/John Lees)
The Will To Fly (S. J. Wolstenholme)
A Prospect Of Whitby (S. J. Wolstenholme)
Harbour (S. J. Wolstenholme)
Early Morning (Barclay James Harvest)
Big Organ End (S. J. Wolstenholme)

Recording Details

Recording Date:
12th May, 2004

Mastered at Three Brass Monkeys Studios, Hampshire

Musicians

Woolly Wolstenholme
Craig Fletcher
Kim Turner
Steve Broomhead
Jeff Leach

Sleeve

Designed by Woolly and realised by the Three Brass Monkeys. Cover photograph by Woolly.

Background

Woolly and the Mæstoso band made a triumphant return to the live stage after an absence of many years at the Mean Fiddler in London's Charing Cross Road on May 12th, 2004. The concert was recorded straight to DAT from the mixing desk, and the quality turned out to be good enough for this live CD, issued as a limited edition of 1,000 copies. Without the benefit of a multi-track recording, no post-concert overdubbing was carried out, so what you hear is exactly how it was on the night - not your normal polished live album, but a faithful record of a fine performance, warts and all.


Discography

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