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Caveman Hughscore


Country of origin:

U.S. & England

Type of music generally:

Experimental

Status:

This album is most likely a one-off

See also:

Hugh Hopper links: for albums, Cuneiform Records or Floating Worlds Records

Wikipedia's entry on Hugh Hopper

Wikipedia's entry on Fred Chalenor

The Ectophiles' Guide page for Caveman Shoestore and Hopper S.Klossner, another Hopper collaboration

Comparisons:

Caveman Shoestore, Tone Dogs. (Neile)

Covers/own material:

Hugh Hopper's music

General comments:

This album is Caveman Shoestore with Hugh Hopper, formerly of Soft Machine. Strange and wonderful off-beat music. (Neile)

Recommended first album:

Caveman Hughscore is the only one

Recordings:

Caveman Hughscore (1995)

Caveman Hughscore

Release info:

1995—Tim Kerr Records—TK95CD093

Availability:

Wide in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S.

Ecto priority:

Recommended for lovers of experimental, off-beat music, or fans of Caveman Shoestore, Soft Machine or the Tone Dogs

Group members:

Hugh Hopper—fuzz bass, bass, double-speed basses, cats, wah feedback bass
Elaine diFalco—vocals, accordion, piano, Fender Rhodes, wah Rhodes
Fred Chalenor—basses, double speed bass, Fender Rhodes, pro one
Henry Franzoni—drums, voice

Guest artists:

Jen Harrison—French horn
Michael Stirling—dijeridu

Comments:

An interesting mix of sound and voice. Fairly mellow. I like it but I think I like Caveman Shoestore's own work just a little more. (Neile)

Further info:

Write Tim Kerr Records (address above), or email Hugh Hopper at hhopp@ukonline.co.uk

Recent Hugh Hopper releases: Hopper/S Klossner, Different (1999—Blueprint, U.K.—BP 303); Hughscore, Delta Flora, (1999—Cuneiform, USA—Rune 110); Brainville, The Children's Crusade (1999—Shimmy, USA—SHM 5096); Soft Machine, Noisette (2000—Cuneiform—Rune 130); Ponsford/Knight/Hopper/Clarke, The Swimmer (2000—Voiceprint, UK—VP 215); Hopper/S Klossner, Cryptids (2000—Blueprint, U.K.—BP337); Hugh Hopper, Parabolic Versions (2000—Voiceprint, U.K.—VP 209CD)


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