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SPRCIAL OFFER - CHRISTMAS CD BUNDLE
Buy all four Artisan Christmas CDS for just £46 (UK) £49 (Europe) or £52 (rest of the world) inclusive of postage and packing and get the WINGS CD free. Offer bundle includes: Christmas Is Come in; Paper Angels; Silver and Gold and Bygone Christmas, plus Wings. Five CDs in total. Great for Christmas presents.
BOING1018 - CD
A new CD from Artisan in 2010 especially for their Reunion Tour. Ten new songs and a bonus poem. Includes: The Weatherman, High Ground, I Am Woman, I am Man, If I Had Time and All is Fair in Love and War.
Artisan at the Paramount
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A complete recording of Artisan's farewell concert filmed on 20th November 2005. Great picture and exceptionally fine sound quality. All the Artisan favourite songs and inbetween bits. Especially gorgeous versions of 'Wings' and 'Breathing Space' plus 'Mary Ellen Carter' Formatted for UK and Europe
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A recording of Artisan's live to air radio concert at WFMT in Chicago in 2002, including links and audience reaction. Featuring many Arti-favourites including What's the Use of Wings and Breathing Space.
Review: Artisan Live! is both the ultimate memento of this class act and the ultimate primer for those who've... Read more...
Top quality studio produced CDRs in a slimline case.
Christmas Is Come In
Silver and Gold
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This is the CD on the Terra Nova label which contains a nixture of tracks from Breathing Space, Rocking at the End of Time and Driving Home. It includes the track 'What's the Use of Wings'.
On its own Wings is £6.50 including postage. If you buy it with any one other item it's just £5.00. If you buy any 4 full price items you can order it FREE by clicking 'Add to basket' button and specifying free in the dropdown menu.
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Jacey Bedford, 10 Park Head, Birdsedge, Huddersfield, England, HD8 8XW with cheques payable to Artisan.
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This supreme a cappella team should need no introduction! Artisan, the dynamic trio of Jacey & Brian Bedford and Hilary Spencer, first started singing together in 1984, initially for fun - but they're still together over twenty years later. Well only just - for Artisan as a performing unit will be no more, their final concert due to take place in Penistone, South Yorkshire, only a few miles from their Birdsedge home, on 20th November; definitely a case of quitting while they're ahead! Unbelievably (in view of their incredible success as a live act and the fantastic rapport they've always achieved with their audiences), they've never released a live album, so here at the eleventh hour comes this wonderful 67-minute set (but why does the blurb state 72 minutes? - spooky!!), which consists of a transfer of the bulk of an 85-minute live-to-air radio broadcast from WFMT Radio, Chicago back in March 2002. Anyone who has at any time considered Artisan the epitome of soulless perfection will take comfort from this release, for it's truly a "warts-and-all" set, living dangerously with a one-take performance. Sure, the usual Artisan trademark of careful preparation and rehearsal is present and correct throughout, but even in the obviously scripted intros there's plenty of spontaneity and the trio's sense of fun comes across in spades. As it does in their singing, naturally. Excellent solo singing, fabulous harmonies, solid ensemble work, great technique, serious accomplishment at the service of 15 superbly crafted songs (all Brian's own compositions, running the emotional gamut from What's The Use Of Wings?, I'll Sail No More and White Horses to NIMBY, Mabel and Go With A Smile On My Face - which of course they do, and so will you!). Artisan Live! is both the ultimate memento of this class act and the ultimate primer for those who've not previously been tempted to purchase an Artisan CD but have harboured a secret admiration for the trio's craft.
David Kidman - netrhythms
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