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Caedmon on the move: new songs, new recordings

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Last weekend a new song was put in the pot by Jim: ‘Let the Four Winds Blow’ in a Black Gospel mode. Recently introduced song ‘Elephant in the Chatroom’ discovered its groove, and the whole new set list found a …

Caedmon myspace page with new tracks and video

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The astute listeners will spot the updated Ouagadougou vocals track on myspace and youtube….. Ken gets less BBC and closer to his roots. But also clock that there are a good number of people listening to the new tracks: Childless, …

The Nook Sessions: is it Acid Folk?

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There are now ten new songs in the pipeline being worked up by Jim, Ken, Sam and Simon. But are they Acid Folk? Perhaps Psychedelic Folk or Folk Rock……. Christian Contemporary……. a bit Wyrd….. New Indie Mondiale Scottish….. one eavesdropper …

New track, new video – Ouagadougou

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We’ve had three writing and recording sessions in the past few months, and loads of takes to be mixed and mastered over the next few weeks.

One of the six songs is Ouagadougou, and Ken has put an early mix together, produced a video and uploaded it to Youtube.

Is there no end to the man’s talents you cry. 

See for yourself.

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The elephant in the (chat)room

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Being a personal view this is of course very like the elephant itself.

  • We were three vets, a linguist and an engineer. One vet became a psychologist, another vet left and a theologian joined.
  • We are now a web

Tracking down Tracks

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Tracking down Tracks

Will we find tracks of better quality from 1974 / 1975 to release?
For clarity’s sake the Live CD track listing is now published in ‘Then: Other recordings’.…

Caedmon on Myspace

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Yup. Ken’s put up a Myspace Caedmon site on erm… Myspace. As a respected web designer I know nothing about Myspace, and frankly I hope to keep it that way. But the good news is that you can hear some …

Were you there?

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It's likely you didn't realise that you were witnessing one of the most astounding folk rock acts of the seventies but, unlike gigs in the sixties, if you were there then you probably remember it. So we're compiling a list of the gigs Caedmon played. Check it out and see if you can remember.

And here’s the video evidence

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And in case there are any doubters out there, here’s video evidence that Caedmon can actually still play their instruments.