Recorded, engineered and produced by Curve at Todal
Additional recording and production at Eastcote by Steve Osborne and Curve
Eastcote sessions engineered by Ingo Vauk
Mixed by Alan Moulder at The Church London
You better believe it ahh ahh You better believe it ahh ahh You better believe it ahh ahh You better believe it ahh ahh In a conversation talking of nothing we were drinking sweet wine comforting our one and only in our single business we have become jealous satisfied with our desolation wrapped in our vivid dreams I remember the two days that mean alot to me I remember the two days where every hour was a day every minute was a lifetime where the ocean was a sea and you dragged me into the mountains on a flimsy guarantee the stronger the man the stronger the woman if it ended now would you be willing I've given you everything I've given you nothing I used to think of angels but that's all gone I used to dream of love and kisses wanting to belong but I'd tear around the corners blindfolded to the world I used to think that candyfloss was only made for girls see how it feels for me do you believe in me? Hard-headed sense of failure in a narrow mind I never used to think about the hurt I left behind but now it falls upon me like winter snow now I turn the same corners when there's no place left to go the stronger the man the stronger the woman if it ended now would you be willing do you believe in me? this is my own private hour see how it feels for me this is my own private hour could you love me? could you love me? could you love me? could you love me?
from Blindfold EP,
released March 4, 1991
Written by Toni Halliday and Dean Garcia
Toni Halliday words and voice
Dean Garcia bass, drums, guitars and programming
Alan Moulder guitar and fx
May's release from SPC ECO brings together four new trippy space-y tracks that speak to inner travel and consciousness expansion.
So far their monthly releases have been some of my greatest musical joys of 2020... rikm
Amazing swirling loops, drills and drones. Like public electrocution. Play at maximum volume only. This is love. Definitely in my top 5. Keep the bass coming. Love always, Blackerby xachary jarboe blackerby (binks)