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Memories Of Machines

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Memories Of Machines is a band formed by Tim Bowness (No-Man, Henry Fool) and Giancarlo Erra (Nosound) in April 2006.


Warm Winter (2006-present)

Recorded over a period of four years, the band's debut album is set to be released in April 2011 on the Mascot Records label.

Tim Bowness has written about the process of writing and recording the album in a recent Wordpress blog.
Guest studio contributors

* Aleksei Saks - Trumpet
* Andi Pupato - Percussion

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Album: Memories Of Machines – Warm Winter

May 6th, 2011

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Memories Of Machines
Warm Winter
Mascot Records
16 May 2011

by Amit Sharma

It’s not often that a debut album is this vigorously anticipated in the prog circles. Warm Winter has taken six years to record and release, and ended up being a lot more than a two man project. The credentials of Tim Bowness (no-man) and Giancarlo Erra (Nosound) alone are impressive enough, but when you look at the list of collaborators on these 11 tracks, you really know you’re in for a treat. Interestingly pretty much all the songwriting is credited to the duo, with the exception of ‘Lost And Found In The Digital World’ which was co-written by Robert Fripp. That’s right, Mr. King Crimson himself.

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