The Marion Flow

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It’s lo-fi, organic and about as eclectic as one could manage. Kind of reminds me of Nick Cave if he had grown up in Timaru. No pretentious American accents or catch phrase choruses, just a bunch of people making music. A little beauty!” – NZ Musician, August/September 2002

Turn-of-the-milennium fusion of warm acoustic pop, spoken word and postpunk discord. An almost-acknowledged New Zealand classic – of its time yet timeless.

$5 download includes hidden tracks, lyrics and original CDR artwork.

Edwards’ music is often a sculpture rather than a melodic composition. Within this chosen form, amongst all the writings rantings & poetry there’s much difficult pleasure to be had for the musically adventurous.” – Brent Cardy, Real Groove, July 2002

Produced by Paul Winstanley, & featuring Chris O’Connor (drums), Chris Palmer (electric guitars), Simon O’Rorke (percussion), the Dadapapa Magickclone Orchestra and more. Recorded at the TFC Lounge, New Plymouth, 1999, and Thistle Hall, Wellington, 2001.

A companion to this album, recorded at the same sessions in Taranaki in 1999 is DDPP: Waiting For the Drummer

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14 thoughts on “The Marion Flow

    Gleefully Unknown: 1997-2005 | fiffdimension said:
    08/06/2014 at 10:54 am

    […] The Marion Flow (2001) […]

    DDPP: Waiting for the Drummer | fiffdimension said:
    14/06/2014 at 4:49 am

    […] companion piece to The Marion Flow, recorded in 1999 by the same lineup who provided that album’s longest (and for some most […]

    […] Further listening:Simon O’Rorke also appears on the fiffdimension albums The Marion Flow […]

    Scratched Surface | fiffdimension said:
    19/06/2015 at 10:28 am

    […] The Marion Flow […]

    The Woods | fiffdimension said:
    15/09/2015 at 6:14 am

    […] The Marion Flow […]

    A Visit to the Beehive | fiffdimension said:
    12/11/2015 at 8:39 am

    […] The Marion Flow […]

    The Digitator | fiffdimension said:
    30/07/2016 at 5:16 pm

    […] The Marion Flow […]

    […] to Wellington and my style evolved into the more complex/impressionistic/visionary approach of The Marion Flow, Mantis Shaped and Worrying, and Loose Autumn Moans. These combined songwriting with an interest […]

    The Marion Flow, March 2019 « fiffdimension said:
    09/03/2019 at 11:03 pm

    […] Since last year I’ve been getting back into playing solo acoustic. Here’s a 6 March 2019 version of ‘the Marion Flow‘: […]

    Seafriends « fiffdimension said:
    12/05/2019 at 9:58 pm

    […] This song was originally recorded in June 2001, at Thistle Hall, Wellington. It was the opening track of the album The Marion Flow. […]

    Summer Skin « fiffdimension said:
    17/05/2019 at 3:18 pm

    […] Autumn Moans, like its predecessors The Marion Flow and Mantis Shaped and Worrying, tried to extend the boundaries of the singer/songwriter genre by […]

    Live 1999 « fiffdimension said:
    01/06/2019 at 6:49 pm

    […] pop song structures. But at this point my repertoire consisted of songs from Scratched Surface and The Marion Flow, which I’d written and recorded in New […]

    Cafes in Conversation « fiffdimension said:
    10/06/2019 at 9:08 pm

    […] 2001 Paul Winstanley recorded and Joe Callwood mixed a jazzy trio arrangement for The Marion Flow […]

    Live 2019 « fiffdimension said:
    14/08/2019 at 10:54 pm

    […] saving for another time soon) and looked to the past – with solo renditions of songs from The Marion Flow, Loose Autumn Moans, and The Electricka Zoo, plus a Korean folk tune, and a trilogy of […]

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