Peter Hope-Evans - Cast-Offerings: Visitations, Fetches, Revenants

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Cassette only - limited edition of 200 copies
Illustration and calligraphy ? SavX

Track listing:

A1: deportment (with apports)
A2: a rag though naked may be?
A3: clipp'd and collaps'd (cupid's wings)
A4: my journey (is a hallucination)
A5: the falling step
A6: ancient flower child singing
A7: a harp a skip a jump (blue angles)
B1: this shadow turn this shadow breath
B2: a man though naked may be in rags
B3: in absentia oder in effigie
B4: i expect no succour from benevolent powers
B5: what charm? what lip? : charmolypi

the creation/recreation/wreck creation/of the precursor ? the coasters/donovan/sleepy john estes/blind mamie forehand/the fugs/skip james/peggy lee/lotte lenya/sherrie levine/uncle dave macon/moby grape

Peter Hope-Evans: mouth organs/organs of the mouth/jew's harps/trinklets/reception bell. Collaborator: Mick Mahoney. Guitar: Baby Taylor. Recorded aboard Mick's canal boat "Cornwall", Grand Union Canal at Cowley Peachey on Tuesday afternoon, 2nd November 2010.

Peter Hope-Evans was a member of Medicine Head, a British 70s blues band championed by John Peel and signed to his legendary Dandelion label.

Biography:

"a ton of worms in an acre, that is a wonderful thought????"
s. bon qu'a ça

  28 september 1947
brecon, wales
a life devoured by
mouth-organs
jews harps
the otherhood of breath
the sussuration of disastarlings

  peter hope-evans

  this ob(l)iterature
a rendezvous of questions
of notes of interrogation
by what crossroads?
what sphinx?
what mask?
what voice?

Reviews

Aquarius Records (US):

Hard to know what to expect from a new batch of tapes from The Tapeworm, one of our favorite outsider/experimental/whatthefuck cassette labels, sometimes it's drone, sometimes some lost downtempo electronic record, or a mysterious unreleased jazz gem, the soundtrack to an avant garde art installation, or... some harmonica driven blues. Huh? Yeah, even for The Tapeworm, this one is a little out of left field. Or maybe in this case right field. Peter Hope-Evans was a member of seventies blues band Medicine Head, a favorite of John Peel, and here, offers up some skeletal home recorded stripped down blues, just guitar and harmonica, recorded on a boat, floating on a canal, sometime in 2010. The liner notes point to some relevant precursors / inspirations: The Coasters/Donovan/Sleepy John Estes/Blind Mamie Forehand/The Fugs/Skip James/Peggy Lee/Lotte Lenya/Sherrie Levine/Uncle Dave Macon/Moby Grape, and we definitely buy that, but this is essentially some acoustic blues, the guitars minimal, the harmonica soulful, the vocals sung/spoken, the vibe is super intimate, easy to imagine, windows open, the sounds seeping in from all around the canal, candles lit, much alcohol imbibed, and a long night of just jamming in the dark, simpler stripped down old school blues...