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Kirk Markarian Adventurous patterns paired with alluring resonance across every track - feels like I'm there! Amazing reworkings of previous tracks. Another wonderful album by mg&mw.


Revisited is the latest album in an ongoing collaboration between Mitt Gamon and Martin Walker, featuring live performance and intricate electronic production.

It's a re-imagining of selected tracks across three previous albums, featuring guest musicians. Some tracks have been rejuvenated with new performances; others have been radically re-imagined from the ground up, with different instrumentation and tempos.

'Sonic', 'Five A Side' and 'Twitchy Foibles' were originally released on the album 'All Steamed Up'.

'Sixty' and 'Time Revisited' first appeared on 'Harmonica Electronica'.

'Oak Ash Thorn', 'Ancient Yew' and 'Parting Of The Ways' were all originally released on Martin's solo album 'The Greenwood'.

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released July 1, 2020

Written and performed by Mitt Gamon & Martin Walker

Lead and bass guitars, harmonicas - Mitt Gamon
Keyboards, synths, beats & sound design - Martin Walker

Drums on Sonic & Twitchy Drumbles by Paul Monkcom (Mista Monx)
Guitar on Oak Ash Thorn, Ancient Yew & Twitchy Drumbles by Nico Ramsden
Violin on Twitchy Drumbles by Joanna Saul
Drums on Time Revisited by Monti

Cover photography and design by Spot


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Mitt Gamon & Martin Walker Cornwall, UK

Mitt Gamon is a renowned musician who has been involved with Ruts DC, Sam Brown, The Blockheads, Godley & Creme, Boy George, & Smudge All Stars, as well as playing sessions on countless albums.

Martin Walker is a musician, writer, sound designer, & steampunk maker, who for the last 20 years has also contributed heavily to music technology magazines including Sound On Sound and Audio Technology.
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