October is Marigold (Trailer) - David Cross and Andrew Keeling
‘October is Marigold’, a classical/rock crossover, is the second album from David Cross (electric violin) and Andrew Keeling (flute) and it is the third to appear on Noisy Records’ ‘Electric Chamber Music’ label.
For more information and to buy CDs go to www.david-cross.com
David Cross is best known as a member of King Crimson on the ‘Larks’ Tongues in Aspic’ and ‘Starless and Bible Black’ albums. He also leads the David Cross Band and has been a guest artist, recording and performing live with a number of international groups including Stick Men.
Andrew Keeling is a composer and musician whose contemporary classical works have been internationally acclaimed. Besides working with David Cross he has also orchestrated the music of Robert Fripp (The Wine of Silence), arranged for Tim Bowness (Abandoned Dancehall Dreams) as well as playing with alt-rock band, The Gong Farmers. Keeling has also written a series of Musical Guides exploring the music of such bands as King Crimson.
The album was mixed by Mark Graham and mastered by Lee Fletcher (Unsung Productions).
Release date 17th January 2020. Crossover features David Cross (King Crimson - violin) and the late Peter Banks (Yes - guitar) with guest contributions from Pat Mastelotto, Tony Kaye, Billy Sherwood, Randy Raine-Reusch, Andy Jackson, Oliver Wakeman, Jay Schellen, Jeremy Stacey and Geoff Downes. Produced by Tony Lowe and David Cross.
Pre-order from the official David Cross website https://www.davidcrossband.com/shop
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