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Martin Stephenson, Collective Force

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Martin Stephenson, Collective Force

Audio CD

Disk ID: 22967

Disk length: 1h 11m 59s (20 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 2005

Label: Unknown

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“Collective Force” Tracks & Durations

1. Orange is the colour of joy 3:56
2. The Sun's coming out 4:06
3. All ways us 7:13
4. Highland Bossanova 4:13
5. Home 2:43
6. Walking in the dark 3:07
7. Summer's gone 3:30
8. Orange is the colour of joy remix 3:47
9. Blind man's blues 3:22
10. Time for Jesus 3:50
11. Robert Smith Wright in prison 0:09
12. Toodle Oodle Ooh 3:06
13. Every step of the way 2:49
14. Collective force 0:57
15. Long forgotten 6:29
16. Sounds of the garden 1:53
17. Baba num sana 2:07
18. Spirit Song 7:15
19. Rowan berries 3:06
20. Henry Fosebrook and the Woodland Orchestra 4:10

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2002 release for British folk-rock singer/songwriter. Highlights include, 'Orange Is The Colour Of Joy', 'The Sun's Coming Out', 'All Ways Us' & 'Higland Bassanova'. 20 tracks.First Conceived in September 2001 around the Time of of Martin's First Steps Back Into the Limelight with a Session for the Janice Long's Radio Two Show, Collective Force Sees Him Returning to Record with a Full Band for the First Time in Many Years. The Album is Mostly Recorded at Pete Rawson's Redwood Studios in the Highlands and Pete's Generosity Meant that Martin Could Work Without the Usual Financial and Time Restraints He was Used to in the Past. Engineered by Rob Quickenden (Aka Backini), These Sessions Resulted in Key Contributions from Ace Session Man B.j. Cole (Ex-verve), Cajun and Western Swing Fiddler Bobby Valentino (Ex-hank Wangford), Peter Coyle (Ex-lotus Eaters) and Sussex Based Gospel Choir Brighton Goes Gospel Unplugged. The Result of all this is an Album of Sunny, Spiritually Happy Sounds, Musically as Varied as Usual and Successfully Fusing Martin's Style and the Traditional Types of Music that Inspire Him.