July Skies ‎– Where The Days Go (A Collection Of Musical Compositions)

Make Mine Music ‎– MMM021
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1 Coastal Stations 3:37
2 Swallows And Swifts 3:03
3 Countryside Of 1939 6:05
4 Learning With Mother 2:39
5 The Softest Kisses 2:00
6 The Days We Played 2:53
7 Southern Orchards 2:12
8 Childhood Illustrator 2:04
9 The Map That Came To Life 2:05
10 Berkswell 2:07
11 It's Late In The Day For Love 1:59
12 Wiltshire Days And Skies 4:10
13 August Country Fires (epic45 Reworking)
Keyboards [VSS], Remix [Reworking] – Rob GloverRemix [Reworking] – epic45
14 RAF Saxa Vord
Keyboards [VSS] – Antony Harding
15 Autumn Fires 2:02
16 Waiting To Land (epic45 Reworking)
Guitar, Sounds [Textures], Remix [Reworking] – Ben HoltonRemix [Reworking] – epic45
17 Air To Ground At Manorbier
Keyboards [Korg] – Antony Harding
18 You Take Me Through The Day 2:26
19 Coastal Stations (Live At The ICA, 02.02.02)
Guitar – Perry McDonagh

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1-4: Recorded summer 2003, Parish of Berkswell ~ Session recorded for Radio WZBC (USA) and first broadcast 19.03.04 by George Killgoar III

5-7: Recorded summer 1999, Solihull ~ B-Sides taken from the At The Height Of Summer 7" EP released on Roisin Recordings

8-9: Recorded spring 2002, Parish of Berkswell - Two tracks inspired by the 20th Century artists Harry Wingfield and Ronald Lampitt, who finely illustrated Ladybird books and other children's publications. 'Childhood Illustrator' was recorded after visiting an exhibition of Harry Wingfield's 'Ladybird originals' where he was due to give a talk about his life and art. Unfortunately, Harry was unable to attend due to ill health and passed away the following week. Influential gentlemen from a fast fading generation.

10-11: Recorded winter 2003, Parish of Berkswell.

12: Recorded summer 1999, Solihull ~ The fields of Wiltshire, as mysterious as ever...

13-17: Recorded 2002 to 2003, Barnt Green, Solihull & Wheaton Aston ~ Unreleased tracks recorded for The English Cold album which was inspired by the abandoned WWII airfields of Britain and the countryside surrounding them. In researching the album, be it exploring the derelict buildings and structures amongst rural fields or those which overlooked windswept coasts, the sense of past activities, imagined conversations and former habitation from sixty years ago was all too vivid and overwhelming at times. During recording, Ben, Rob and I stood in a Staffordshire field one cold November evening watching night fall across RAF Wheaton Aston. Looming over us, the remains of the monolithic firing wall. We stood, then knelt, waiting, just waiting for the 'Lost Airman'. We returned home later, cold but emotional to record 'Waiting To Land'.

18: Recorded summer 1999, Solihull

19: Recorded 02.02.02, ICA, The Mall, London ~ Live recording of the first ever July Skies performance.

All tracks © 2006.

Mastered at Metropolis

In Memory ~ Harry Wingfield and Ronald Lampitt

Packaging: clear tray jewel case with 8-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5024545420227
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP76
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 7307
  • Matrix / Runout: KEY MMM021