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Graham Bowers


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Graham Bowers’ approach to musical composition developed out of his life long fascination with “associative listening” (the association of sound related to life experiences) and evolved into a genre of music which he describes as “Sound Theatre”. His debut album, “Of Mary’s Blood” was released on the Red Wharf label. The first in a trilogy, “Of Mary’s Blood” combined classical, contempoary, progressive and experimental music into one long continuous track. Produced and recorded with Peter Gallagher, with musical contributions from Mark Porter, it received critical acclaim from the international music press (The Wire, Audion, EST, e/i, Mouvement-Nouveau) as did all of his subsequent releases. It was followed by “Transgression” (try Transgression ~ By thought-(i)), and the trilogy was completed with “Eternal Ghosts”, featuring musical contributions from Tim Franks, Peter Gallagher, Mark Porter, Jim Keddie, and William Henshall. The CDs of each published work were accompanied with a fold-out booklet containing a triptych of his surrealistic paintings.
After an absence due to a serious accident, he wrote and recorded several sound scores for fine art animation films, in collaboration with film-maker Clive Walley; these included an MTV ident and a series of “Short Shorts” for the British television channel S4C.


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  • Muzikology

    got stoned...listened to this....and it scared the shit out of me!

    17 Sep 2008 Reply
  • Traeth

    Some readers of this post may be interested to know that the albums 'Of Mary's Blood', 'Transgression', 'Eternal Ghosts' and 'Pilgrim' by Graham Bowers are to be digitally re-mastered, re-pressed and re-issued, consequently the remaining stock of the original CDs are on sale at £3.00 plus p&p. If you are interested you can buy them at

    6 Sep 2007 Reply
  • DominiquedeNebo

    I am currently enjoying Eternal Ghosts ~ Which is (iii) with slight undertones of Radio 4's 'MoneyBox' which is leaking from the tuner into the amp somehow. Am I tuning it out? Or is it not a musical problem ?

    14 Apr 2007 Reply
  • Traeth

    A compilation of Graham Bowers’ trilogy has been uploaded, and all tracks can be previewed.

    15 Sep 2006 Reply

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