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Plog - benevolent primeval swamp monster - was originally recorded for the Cold and the Crackle record (Rampant Records, 1987). This track found tighter form over years of live playing and was re-recorded for the CD re-release in 1990. This is the version we have gone for here. A bit more grunt.


from Through The One Last Door, released October 10, 2005

Recorded at Sing Sing Studios. Mixed at Hothouse by Tim Cole.

Russel Bradley - cheese drum, congas, bowed cymbal & sticks
David Bridie - keyboards & chants
John Phillips - guitars
James Southall - congas, bongos & bells
Rowan McKinnon - bass
Theresa Blake - cello
Swamp sounds recorded by Les Gilbert


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Not Drowning, Waving Melbourne, Australia

NDW's music was haunting, evocative, brooding, sensuous and a million other words that excite people who type for a living. In record stores, you could usually find NDW filed under ambient or art-rock, ill-fitting labels if ever there were. Though they were often minimalist, they never made background music. Arty by comparison to other acts of the era, but they knocked out some glorious pop tunes. ... more

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