Gleefully Unknown: 1997-2005

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“Whilst shopping from fiffdimension make sure to get hold of ‘Gleefully Unknown’, a best-of compilation of Dave Edwards’ music from 1997 to 2005.   Rough outsider folk-blues mysteries, dissonant rock textures, electric and acoustic improvisations… Edwards strikes me as one of the most overlooked musicians from the fertile lands of New Zealand and if you need a fresh start this might very well be the place.” – Mats Gustafsson, The Broken Face

A compilation of songs, spoken word and instrumentals from the first half of my gloriously unsuccessful career to date… if you enjoy this, try the sequel Fame & Oblivion: 2005-2013

Featuring tracks from the albums

Scratched Surface (1998)

The Marion Flow (2001)

Mantis Shaped and Worrying (2002)

The Winter: Parataxes (2003)

Loose Autumn Moans (2003)

Live 2004 (2004)

After Maths & Sciences (2005)

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4 thoughts on “Gleefully Unknown: 1997-2005

    Fame & Oblivion: 2005-2013 | fiffdimension said:
    22/12/2013 at 2:02 pm

    […] second volume of fiffdimension’s best-of compilations, a sequel to Gleefully Unknown: 1997-2005 , sees increasingly wide-ranging experimentation and exploration both musically and […]

    After Maths & Sciences | fiffdimension said:
    15/06/2014 at 4:37 am

    […] A. Edwards, and if you don’t, then check his website, or the compilation of earlier recordings,Gleefully Unknown 1997-2005) in two parts: From May-July of 2005 in Melbourne, during the […]

    2014 roundup | fiffdimension said:
    24/01/2015 at 7:52 am

    […] 1997-2005 […]

    New releases coming in 2017 « fiffdimension said:
    24/04/2017 at 7:07 pm

    […] 1997-2005 […]

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