Harrison, Gavin: Cheating the Polygraph

SKU: 27986738
Gavin Harrison: Cheating the Polygraph

Harrison, Gavin: Cheating the Polygraph

SKU: 27986738

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Cheating the Polygraph
Artist: Harrison, Gavin
Label: Kscope
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 802644887616
Genre: Rock

Gavin Harrison, drummer with British Prog innovators Porcupine Tree, currently working with King Crimson, and a musician whose playing and performing résumé includes stints with artists as varied as Iggy Pop, Lewis Taylor, Manfred Mann and Kevin Ayers, is to release a brand new solo album, entitled Cheating The Polygraph. Cheating The Polygraph is an ambitious project which sees the restlessly creative Harrison re-imagine eight songs from the acclaimed Porcupine Tree repertoire, in a set of vivid and vibrant new arrangements that give full, free rein to his enquiring musical mind. The eight tracks which comprise the album were recorded over a five-year period, with Harrison working in conjunction with a crew of some of the finest contemporary musicians, including the gifted saxophonist Nigel Hitchcock and bass player Laurence Cottle. It's a set that will no doubt excite much controversy; Harrison use of the 'Big Band' musical sound stage isn't some ersatz attempt to make a 'Swing' album; it's closer in execution and arrangement to the innovative works of Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention, a layered, richly-textured selection that is both beautifully-recorded and incisively delivered.

1.1 What Happens Now?
1.2 Sound of Muzak/So Called Friend
1.3 The Start of Something Beautiful
1.4 Heart Attack in a Layby/The Creator Had a Mastertape/Surfer
2.1 The Pills I'm Taking (From Anesthetize)
2.2 Hatesong/Halo
2.3 Cheating the Polygraph/Mother ; Child Divided
2.4 Futile
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