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The Caretaker - Everywhere At The End Of Time


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A1 - It's just a burning memory 03:32

 

A2 - We don't have many days 03:30

 

A3 - Late afternoon drifting 03:35

 

A4 - Childishly fresh eyes 02:58

 

A5 - Slightly bewildered 02:01

 

A6 - Things that are beautiful and transient 04:34

 

B1 - All that follows is true 03:31

 

B2 - An autumnal equinox 02:46

 

B3 - Quiet internal rebellions 03:30

 

B4 - The loves of my entire life 04:04

 

B5 - Into each others eyes 04:36

 

B6 - My heart will stop in joy 02:41

 

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THE CARETAKER IS RELEASING SIX NEW WORKS.

 

'Everywhere at the end of time' is a new and finite

series exploring dementia, its advance and its totality.

 

Featuring the sounds from the journey The Caretaker

will make after being diagnosed as having early

onset dementia.

 

Each stage will reveal new points of progression,

loss and disintegration. Progressively falling further

and further towards the abyss of complete memory

loss and nothingness.

 

Viewing dementia as a series of stages can be

a useful way to understand the illness, but it is

important to realise that this only provides a rough

guide to the progress of the condition.

 

Drawing on a recorded history of 20 years of

recollected memories this is one final journey

and study into recreating the progression of

dementia through sound.

 

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Stage 1 - September 2016

Here we experience the first signs of memory loss.

This stage is most like a beautiful daydream.

The glory of old age and recollection.

The last of the great days.

 

Stage 2 - Released in March 2017

 

Stage 3 - Released in September 2017

 

Stage 4 - Released in March 2018

 

Stage 5 - Released in September 2018

 

Stage 6 - Released in March 2019

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John Doran goes to Krakow to throw darts with Leyland James Kirby and hear about Everywhere At The End Of Time, the grand farewell he has planned for his Caretaker project… A farewell which will take six albums and three years to conclude fully

http://thequietus.com/articles/20970-leyland-james-kirby-interview-the-caretaker

 

:'(

 

 

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John Doran goes to Krakow to throw darts with Leyland James Kirby and hear about Everywhere At The End Of Time, the grand farewell he has planned for his Caretaker project… A farewell which will take six albums and three years to conclude fully

http://thequietus.com/articles/20970-leyland-james-kirby-interview-the-caretaker

 

:'(

 

 

yeah that's sad, but i honestly thought this project was going to conclude when he released the theoretically pure anterograde amnesia album for free after closing down vvm test

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John Doran goes to Krakow to throw darts with Leyland James Kirby and hear about Everywhere At The End Of Time, the grand farewell he has planned for his Caretaker project… A farewell which will take six albums and three years to conclude fully

http://thequietus.com/articles/20970-leyland-james-kirby-interview-the-caretaker

 

:'(

 

 

Good interview, really interested to hear the later stages when they come out and see how it will all tie together.

 

Also some of the other stuff he is working on sound like they are going to be very interesting, so dont think we need to be to sad about the death of The Caretaker..

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Stoked!!!! In the newsletter from James he said there will be a new V/VM project as well, I wonder what that will be like?

 

facebook post, 

"13th October. V/Vm is coming."

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