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Cold Bath Street, Return To Earth.

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Cold Bath Street Band are improvisers based at UCLan Preston. Music develops from small phrases or instructions which are used as material to build in response to or develop around.

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“The Return To Earth CD comes in a 4 panel digipak constructed of recycled eco-friendly card and featuring another standout design detailing some of the themes of the album, people coming together, leaving the digital world behind and taking a closer look at the current challenges we face on this planet we live on.”

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Personnel:

Musicians: Maddi Rolinson-Lord, Josh Bennett, Javon Aziz, Sam Bowen-Wild, Con Daniels, Chris Graves, Holly Hughes, Bench and Simon Partridge

Guests: Sam O’Brien and Amy Rome. Birdsong recorded by Colin Robinson.

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