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A treasure trove of recordings from British producer Fran Ashcroft that defies time with revolutionary AI technology. Ashcroft ingeniously constructs a sonic bridge spanning fifty years, connecting his present day self with echoes of his past. In The Songs That Never Were, old and new harmonize in a truly innovative yet delightfully vintage experience. From his very first recording, the groovy "Cabdriver," to the cheeky piano-based gem "Waiting For The Britpop Revival," this album delivers intrigue from the very first note to it's final cut off.
A treasure trove of recordings from British producer Fran Ashcroft that defies time with revolutionary AI technology. Ashcroft ingeniously constructs a sonic bridge spanning fifty years, connecting his present day self with echoes of his past. In The Songs That Never Were, old and new harmonize in a truly innovative yet delightfully vintage experience. From his very first recording, the groovy "Cabdriver," to the cheeky piano-based gem "Waiting For The Britpop Revival," this album delivers intrigue from the very first note to it's final cut off.
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Songs That Never Were
Artist: Fran Ashcroft
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Waiting for the Britpop Revival
2. High Window
3. Suddenly
4. Cabdriver
5. Strange Things
6. Carnival
7. Greater of the Evils
8. I Believe in You
9. Compass
10. High Wind Oh
11. The Songs That Never Were
12. Still Waiting for the Britpop Revival

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A treasure trove of recordings from British producer Fran Ashcroft that defies time with revolutionary AI technology. Ashcroft ingeniously constructs a sonic bridge spanning fifty years, connecting his present day self with echoes of his past. In The Songs That Never Were, old and new harmonize in a truly innovative yet delightfully vintage experience. From his very first recording, the groovy "Cabdriver," to the cheeky piano-based gem "Waiting For The Britpop Revival," this album delivers intrigue from the very first note to it's final cut off.
        
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