From Paper to Performance

One of the great things about releasing Films: Past and Future through PledgeMusic was the chance to share thoughts about recordings. This lead to recording a few ‘stripped down’ versions of songs with just voice and piano (and sometimes a pad or bass sound in the background). So we thought to record 14 or so songs starting with the piano and vocal…

Films: Past and Future: Forward

In his first solely instrumental release, Rob Dougan compiles 21 tracks, available for the first time on vinyl (triple gatefold sleeve), CD, USB, and for digital download. The release comes with 22-page special edition book and features 21 tracks from releases such as Furious Angels, The 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time EP recorded at Films: Past and Future contains 21 tracks, Misc. Sessions…

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The Life of the World to Come EP

Like the 22nd Sunday EP, recording occurred at Air Lyndhurst Studios with two dozen players. The Life of the World to Come continues from Misc. Sessions being a recording of songs (with instrumental versions) yet in the first EP of the series to venture back into the territory of accompanying these elements with beats. About If the 22nd Sunday started with the…

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The Misc. Sessions EP

These are the first released songs by Rob Dougan this time since his Grammy-nominated album, Furious Angels. Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, the release features 12-tracks and an 18-minute film Rob Dougan’s Misc. Sessions is a 12-track EP and accompanying 18-minute HD film, recorded at Abbey Road Studios and featuring a 10-piece chamber string section alongside a larger 50-piece orchestra. About Having…

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The 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Recorded in late 2014, The 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Sessions is Rob Dougan’s first release for almost a decade. Following on from his Grammy-nominated Furious Angels, it features a 75-piece orchestra and 40-piece choir, all recorded at London’s Air Lyndhurst Studios by Jake Jackson and conducted by James Shearman. About The sessions took place on 31st of August, 2014 and so…

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