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-The [tag]concept album[/tag] [album artist=Mister Salmon] Mister Salmon ...in Yorkshirama[/album] is a [tag]narrative[/tag] [tag]psychogeography[/tag], structured like the [tag]soundtrack[/tag] to a biographical movie in ten short scenes. It is centred on recollections of the [tag]northern[/tag] Britain in the 1970s and 80s, and the way places and people are altered as they are remembered. There are eight songs and two short, [tag]poetic[/tag] instrumentals, including '"Kes" of the Motorways', a reference to Ken Loach's 1969 film of the Barry Hines novel, 'Kes' ('A Kestrel for a Knave'), and an indicator of the album's [tag]cinematic[/tag] slant.+The [tag]concept album[/tag] [album artist=Mister Salmon] Mister Salmon ...in Yorkshirama[/album] is a [tag]narrative[/tag] [tag]psychogeography[/tag], structured like the [tag]soundtrack[/tag] to a biographical movie in ten short scenes. It is centred on recollections of
 +[tag]northern[/tag] Britain in the 1970s and 80s, and the way places and people are altered as they are remembered. There are eight songs and two short, [tag]poetic[/tag] instrumentals, including '"Kes" of the Motorways', a reference to Ken Loach's 1969 film of the Barry Hines novel, 'Kes' ('A Kestrel for a Knave'), and an indicator of the album's [tag]cinematic[/tag] slant.
Every track from [album artist=Mister Salmon] Mister Salmon ...in Yorkshirama[/album] is streamed on last.fm. It streams in full, in the intended order, and is distributed from the official website [officialsite][url]www.mistersalmon.com[/url][/officialsite]. This text is an edited version of the TALE told in full at the site. Every track from [album artist=Mister Salmon] Mister Salmon ...in Yorkshirama[/album] is streamed on last.fm. It streams in full, in the intended order, and is distributed from the official website [officialsite][url]www.mistersalmon.com[/url][/officialsite]. This text is an edited version of the TALE told in full at the site.

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The Mister Salmon ...in Yorkshirama is a , structured like the to a biographical movie in ten short scenes. It is centred on recollections of Britain in the 1970s and 80s, and the way places and people are altered as they are remembered. There are eight songs and two short, instrumentals, including '"Kes" of the Motorways', a reference to Ken Loach's 1969 film of the Barry Hines novel, 'Kes' ('A Kestrel for a Knave'), and an indicator of the album's slant. Every track from Mister Salmon ...in Yorkshirama is streamed on last.fm. It streams in full, in the intended order, and is distributed from the official website www.mistersalmon.com. This text is an edited version of the TALE told in full at the site. Mister Salmon is a and based in Sheffield, England. He makes , , , cross-genre music from layered, simple playing and harmonic noise. In spirit: , , . Some tracks: , , or . Others: , with elements of and . Overall: , , , , or . Recordings typically begin as songs to electric or guitar, or mandolin. Tweaked synthesizer sounds (organs, reeds, strings) are used, as are s, and vocals, toy and acoustic instruments, and some hybrid, hand-built string and percussion instruments.