Alastair Galbraith is a musician and sound artist from Dunedin, New Zealand. Galbraith's first band was The Rip, which he formed with Robbie Muir, and Mathew Ransome and later Jeff Harford (of Bored Games). They released two EPs on the Flying Nun label. Later he formed Plagal Grind, with Robbie Muir, Jono Lonie, David Mitchell (of Goblin Mix and The 3Ds) and Peter Jefferies (of This Kind Of Punishment and Nocturnal Projections).
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Hurry On Down is a cassette by the New Zealand musician Alastair Galbraith released in 1988. Side B was recorded live at 3am at the Regent Theatre 24-hour book sale. Most of the songs were later performed by Plagal Grind. The cover photograph was taken on the St David Street footbridge. Studio album by. Alastair Galbraith solo.
Studio album by. Hurry On Down is a cassette by the New Zealand musician Alastair Galbraith released in 1988.
Alastair Galbraith Profile. Galbraith's most stripped-down sound since the live side to Hurry on Down, many of the tracks are simply guitar and voice, with careful touches of reverb. The right-up-to-the-mic vocals could be bedroom-recording convenient, but this homely intimacy recalls the techniques of studio artists from Sinatra (Ol' Blue Eyes snuggled all whisky-breathed right up into your ear sighing close-mic’d sweet nothings and you could still hear it in the back row) to Eno (studio as instrument). Not long afterward, Galbraith launched his Next Best Way label – a heterographic nod to his mate's Xpressway – with solo album Talisman and compilation Runner.
Benny Waters - I'm Beginning To See The Light 05:17. Benny Waters - Up A Lazy River 08:13. Benny Waters - Hurry On Down 03:59. Benny Waters - Fuzzy Blues 04:30. Benny Waters - Autymn Leaves 07:17.
Hurry On Down is a cassette by New Zealand musician Alastair Galbraith released in 1987. The cover photograph is taken on the St David Street footbridge.
Hurry On Down is a cassette by New Zealand musician Alastair Galbraith released in 1988. Side A. Indigo Journeyman.
|A5||Old Screaming Eenie||3:13|
|A8||More Than Magnetic||1:42|
|B4||Portrait Of A Lady||2:54|
|B5||I Don't Get You||2:04|
|B6||Many A One Has||2:05|
|B7||Yes Jazz Cactus||1:30|
- Bass – Robbie Muir (tracks: 1, 8)
- Percussion – Peter Jefferies (tracks: 8)
NotesSeparate liner notes from Bruce Russell (April 1990). Side B been completely remastered.
Side 1: Demo's.
All compositions by A. Galbraith. All vocals & gtr (& orgn. on 5) by A. Galbraith. With Robbie Muir bass on 1 & 8, Peter Jefferies perc. on 8.
Tracks 1, 2 & 4 rec. PJ May '87, overdubs late '88.
Track 8 rec. PJ/AG late '88. Tracks 5, 6 & 7 rec. AG late '89. All TEAC 4-Track. Track 3 rec. Feb. '88 by Bruce Russell on Sony Walkman.
Side 2: Live.
All compositions A. Galbraith except 13. Scott/Kilgour/Kilgour/Galbraith. All vocals & gtrs. AG, piano accordion Helga Hunke. Performed 20.6.87 at the Regent Theatre, Dunedin. Live sound by Stephen Kilroy. Sound rec. by BR on Sony Walkman.
|X/WAY 4||Alastair Galbraith||Hurry On Down (Cass)||Xpressway||X/WAY 4||New Zealand||1988|