Mister Stormy pulls the stops out by isolating this drum and piano track from the multi-tracks of Lizard. Taken from The Battle Of Glass Tears, we hear Keith Tippett providing a red-hot flurry of notes that ultimately weren't used and are now heard by the listening public for the first time.

David Singleton was heard to comment that this take reminded him from something out the ProjeKcts.

Some astonishing work to savour for fans of one of the music's most underrated talents.

This track is now available, as part of Mr Stormy's next bumper collection. His Fourth year of treasures from the murky, cavernous DGM archives, torch in hand, fedora upon his head is already available for download.

AUDIO SOURCE: Multi-Track Tapes

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Piano And Drums
01:05
Written by Pete Wiseman
Yes!
No disrespect to the frequently amazing Stormy Mondays, but this is amazing. *sctratches head* Such a strong musical feel, I can’t describe it better than that...
Written by Maxim Buzdalov
Not the first time!
Inspired by this track, I listened for Lizard once more time, and actually heard this piano track in the final mix. The sound is weakened several times, but is still recognizable (tune your ears to these "thrakking" chords and find it!)Anyway, brilliant track.
Written by George Bruner
very nice
i think i will make this my new ringtone!
Written by Gaspar Murvartian
Great little gem
This could easily have been part of the 1995 Thrak improvs or even some of the ConstruKction of Light 2000 improvs.
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