STUDIO MUSIC

Masks

MASKS

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2018-12-01 

New Release

Masks brings traditional Japanese instruments into the modern musical arena. Blending traditional tempos and tunings while harmonizing with contemporary genres and instruments. It achieves this without losing the character, feel and beauty of these old instruments.

#TitleTitle JapaneseTitle Written JapaneseTime
1Ghost WorldYuKai 幽界7.0
2Black Sea KuroiUmi黒い海5.5
3SpiritKeberi けべり5.3
4Stillness SeiJaku静寂7.0
5MasksMen6.4
6Sunrise HiNoDe日の出 9.4
7StarsHoshi6.3
8Heavenly Fox  TenNoKitsune天の狐5.2
9FoxFire KitsuneBi狐火6.1
10Deamons RealmMakaiTengu 魔界天狗7.1

Performer David Kerrison:
Recorded at MovingWaves Studio
Produced, Engineered and Mixed by David Kerrison
All titles written by David Kerrison

 

Dark Diversion

Dark Diversion - Empatthic Darkness

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2014-07-17 

CD Released on CD Baby, iTunes and Amazon.com, etc.

Emotional rather than technical. The objective is to simply explore  music and emotions; although the goal is not aimed at mass popularity. Simplicity is not always the best but is often the hardest to achieve.

#Title
1Invisible Mirrors
2Entranced
3Into The Light
4Sea Dragons
5The Gift
6Predator
7Time Of Foreboding
8Silence In Chains
9Spoken In Shadows
10Edge Of Darkness
11The Albatross Is Gone
 

UDoor

UDoor

CD available from  MovingWaves Shop

 
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MovingWaves - UDoor  (MovingWaves 2012)
Written and directed by D Kerrison:

Recorded at MovingWaves Studio
Produced, Engineered and Mixed by David Kerrison
 
#Title
1Inner Voice
2Behind The Door
3Entrance
4Heartache
5The Gift
6Ripple Effect
7Synchronicity I
8Inside A Box
9The Hook
10Synchronicity II
11Timeless
12Transformed
13Be One
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Sentaku No Ki (H2O)

Sentaku No Ki
MovingWaves - Sentaku No Ki  (MovingWaves 2010)
 
#Title
1Cycle 2
2Tumbler
3Dry Air
4Dark Water 
5  … 
6  … 

Performer David Kerrison:
Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Bass Guitars, Keyboards, Programming, Backing Vocals.
Recorded at MovingWaves Studio
Produced, Engineered and Mixed by David Kerrison
All titles written by David Kerrison
 

Pixie Prophesy

Sepia Shadows
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MovingWaves Shop

Catalogue number 2009 001
MovingWaves - Pixie Prophesy  (MovingWaves 2009)
Written and directed by D Kerrison:

Recorded at MovingWaves Studio
Produced, Engineered and Mixed by David Kerrison
 
  
1Storyteller
2Blue Forest
3Mia Solo Dance
4Studio
5Dream Stealer
6Enlightenment
7The Battle
8Lament
9Party
10Tears

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Sepia Shadows

Sepia Shadows
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Catalogue number 2008 001
MovingWaves - Sepia Shadows  (MovingWaves 2008)

Performer David Kerrison:
Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Bass Guitars, Keyboards, Programming, Backing Vocals.
Recorded at MovingWaves Studio
Produced, Engineered and Mixed by David Kerrison
All titles written by David Kerrison
Guest Shu Kajiyama: Vocals on The Seafarer

Soundscapes inspired from very old and forgotten Japanese photographs.

1
The Seafarer
 
2Taking Trees
3Candlemaker
4Woodcutter
5Walking Through  Walls
6Egyptian
 

From he Past

Motorway Madness
CD
Catalogue number 2858 714

Availability - Unknown
BUZZ - Motorway Madness / Love Games (Polydor 1976)
This record was written and produced by the arranger-guitarist Pip Williams

Band Members
Lead Guitar  David Kerrison
Rhythm Guitar  and Vocals - Bazz Watson
Bass Guitar - Bob Dixon
Drums - Barry Cox


Recorded at
The Marquee Studios, 90 Wardour Street,  London
The studio was located at the back of The Marquee Club's premises at 10 Richmond Mews. Opened in 1967, Marquee Studio was run by Spencer Brooks, who still runs in Shepperton the company Marquee Audio Ltd. dedicated to professional audio systems. Marquee Studio started offering 4 track recordings, which was hard to compete with the 8-track services from the Trident Studios, located just a few steps from The Marquee Club. On the other hand, Marquee Studio was mainly working for artists booked to The Marquee Artists management agency. Because of the studio's strategic location right at the back of the Marquee club, they were also very convenient for bands that would spend a few days in London and needed to play at the club and record on a studio in a row. Some of the artists who used the studio services were Elton John, Marillion, Vangelis, The Clash, Daevid Allen, Elliot Murphy, the Penny Peeps, Ralph McTell and Graham Bonnet, to name a few.
And of course BUZZ…
Motorway Madness
Love Games