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Bill Wells

Pick Up Sticks

Bill Wells Pick Up Sticks
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Such is the inability to properly define the work of Bill Wells that hes connected to everyone from Sun Ra to Ennio Morricone. And yes, both references, and all in between, hold fast. Wells is the go-to man in the Glasgow scene for superior arrangements, having worked with Belle & Sebastian, The Pastels, Arab Strap, Future Pilot AKA, Telstar Poniesthe list goes on. Pick Up Sticks is a collaboration between Wells, storied trombonist Annie Whitehead and To Rococo Rots Stefan Schneider, with contributions from Berlin-based singer-songwriter Barbara Morgenstern. The recordings were mainly improvised in a Berlin studio over five days of sessions, engineered by Tarwaters Bernd Jestram. It sees Wells moving away from his piano-based work with the emphasis shifting to a warm, engaging group sound, coloured with the tonality of Whiteheads trombone and Schneiders distinctive electronic vocabulary.
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