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Cleaning out an old PC

The post below is stolen from ThsWindow.org

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I was cleaning out an old PC and came across these images of Jake in our studio. This studio no longer exists and the various pieces of equipment are spread across the UK. Photos of old studio

Limited edition (real) CD

The 100 CD edition of The Sampler #05  featuring This Window and Finish the Story was originally released as an exhibition promo giveaway in September 2007. The discs are numbered and have the exhibition stamp.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE A COPY FOR £5.00 – CONTACT M4TR

This Sampler - Finish The Story

WE HAVE A FEW LEFT IN STOCK IF YOU WOULD LIKE A COPY FOR £5.00 – CONTACT M4TR

The limited release of 100 CD’s of The Sampler #05 was originally released as an exhibition promo giveaway in September 2007. The discs are numbered and have the exhibition stamp.

REVIEW – FINISH THE STORY – THE SAMPLER #05

“…now their inclusion had been settled five Finish The Story tracks. ‘Playing At Life’ is even better with a mean throb, and more of his sublimely catchy, nagging guitar with Nicola’s unusually piercing vocals and a weirdly spooky synth. ‘Solace’ is more relaxed, actually far more towards the This Window style, being like ambient bellows, billowing………..and there’s an intriguing little slice called ‘Ripples In The Water’ at the end too. Read more…

 
free downloadWhere Is My Jesus? by This Window
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iTunes download – This Window

Here is another recycled postcard that was originally a promo for ‘Cassette Culture

iTunes download – Cassette Culture 1989 – 2009

Cassette Culture 1989 – 2009 by This Window

Tracklisting:

1 You Have The Power (3:07)
2 Higest Mountains (3:34)
3 Avocets (3:46)
4 Is It A Dream? (3:14)
5 Extract (Live Regensburg Germany) (11:01)
6 Extraction Part 1 (7:30)
7 Extraction Part 2 (9:21)
8 Extraction Part 3 (7:53)
9 Extraction Part 4 (9:44)
10 Hungry Children (2:04)
11 Where Is My Jesus (Jig-saw Man)? (4:37)
Label: M4TR Productions
Cassette Culture 1989 – 2009
Format: File, MP3
Country: UK, Europe & US
Released: 16 Jan 2009
Genre: Rock
Style: Art Rock, Goth Rock, Experimental
Credits: Remix – Jake Bright
Notes: This release contains remixes of ‘Morgue Studio Demos’ and a section of the live Plac.Art.X set (Extract – Live Regensburg Germany) recorded in 2007 by Jake Bright. This also contains his remixed version of ‘Extraction’.
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Work to music

Here is a video to watch or listen too while you are working hard to get your business website into the top Google rankings.

“Go” is the debut single recorded by British Singer Delilah.

The song was released as a single on 6 September 2011 as a digital download in the United Kingdom from her upcoming debut album. Delilah featured on Chase & Status‘s hit “Time” earlier this year, which reached number 21 on the UK Singles Chart. Like ‘Time’, ‘Go’ utilizes some light drum and bass, though only towards the end of the track.
The song features lyrics and melodies from the 1983 Chaka Khan hit, “Ain’t Nobody“(“The next thing I felt was you / Holding me close / What am I gonna do? / I let myself go”). In an interview with Pyromag in September 2011, Delilah mentioned that Chaka Khan has heard the track and thought it was “genius”

Today I’m off to Exeter to talk to the lovely Judi Spiers at Radio Devon about my new book, Marriage and Other Games, which comes out on 21 October. I bumped into her at Appledore Festival on Saturday, where we were both appering. No doubt we will touch on the subject of chick lit while we are there, and whether it is dead. Absolutely not! There are still legions of people out there buying uplifting, heartwarming, life-affirming fiction, which provides a much deserved escape during these tough times. And books still provide remarkably good value for money. So go on – stick one in your trolley!
While I’m there I get to choose a piece of music. I’m totally in love with this song at the moment, Go by Delilah. It is inspired by one of my old favourites, Ain’t Nobody by Chaka Khan, which takes me right back to the eighties. But the spare way it’s produced, and her stunning voice, send shivers down my spine. Gorgeous.

Music to SEO with

“Go” is the debut single recorded by British Singer Delilah.

The song was released as a single on 6 September 2011 as a digital download in the United Kingdom from her upcoming debut album. Delilah featured on Chase & Status‘s hit “Time” earlier this year, which reached number 21 on the UK Singles Chart. Like ‘Time’, ‘Go’ utilizes some light drum and bass, though only towards the end of the track.
The song features lyrics and melodies from the 1983 Chaka Khan hit, “Ain’t Nobody“(“The next thing I felt was you / Holding me close / What am I gonna do? / I let myself go”). In an interview with Pyromag in September 2011, Delilah mentioned that Chaka Khan has heard the track and thought it was “genius”

Today I’m off to Exeter to talk to the lovely Judi Spiers at Radio Devon about my new book, Marriage and Other Games, which comes out on 21 October. I bumped into her at Appledore Festival on Saturday, where we were both appering. No doubt we will touch on the subject of chick lit while we are there, and whether it is dead. Absolutely not! There are still legions of people out there buying uplifting, heartwarming, life-affirming fiction, which provides a much deserved escape during these tough times. And books still provide remarkably good value for money. So go on – stick one in your trolley!

While I’m there I get to choose a piece of music. I’m totally in love with this song at the moment, Go by Delilah. It is inspired by one of my old favourites, Ain’t Nobody by Chaka Khan, which takes me right back to the eighties. But the spare way it’s produced, and her stunning voice, send shivers down my spine. Gorgeous.

Art music

Here is a video featuring a track call ‘Tanks Le Lot’ which appears in the ‘Extraction’ remix on the album ‘Cassette Culture“. The images are of the exhibition of Peter Bright’s work in the 150 building at West Buckland School during June 2011.

This Window

I clearly prefer This Window to any other current state of the artmixers that are presently popular. This review is from Stick It In Your Ear a UK fanzine (1990). This Window – Cassette Culture 1989 – 2009 – Extraction

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