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    » Current 'Trees related projects:

    And Also The Trees - 2007

    And Also The Trees new album is called Born into the waves and was released March 18th, 2016.

    The releases before had been Hunter not the Hunted (2012), Drifitwood (2011) and When The Rains Come (2009).

    And Also The Trees' music is now also available via (Listen for) the Rag and Bone Man on iTunes and amazon mp3 Germany and amazon mp3 France.

    The first ever AATT live DVD had been released August 2006 and can be ordered here. The DVD features the Geneva concert of the FFTT tour 2003 and three short films.

    » Other Projects:

    November, Simon's collaboration with Bernard Trontin of The Young Gods had been released on the swiss label Shayo Records (Martyn Bates, Sally Doherty, Julia Kent a.o.)

    Steven Burrows currently is working on a solo project (called 'Black River') and will be featured as guest musician on the upcoming Dark Orange album as also Emer will be.


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  November 25, 2007

    8 Comments:

    Anonymous Holden said...
    » Great show as always. The main set list was identical to the Paris one, but Stay Away From the Accordion Girl was played instead of Candace.

    First encore: Dialogue.

    Second, and sadly last encore: The Legend of Mucklow, There Was A Man of Double Deed, Virus Meadow.

    Great new album by the way…
    26 November, 2007 01:08   
    Blogger Michael said...
    » Fantastic location and great vibes. Simon was in a very good mood... tracklist: Mary of the woods was left out for Stay way from the accordion girl. Legend of Mucklow was added - many thanks for this great concert!!
    26 November, 2007 08:45   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » Great show.
    Domed is a great opening, superb version of Rive Droite, everything was gerfect. The new Cd is a great one. The band seems to be happy to be on the road with this album and we can feel it.
    And they played one of my favorite song "Maps in Her Wrists and Arms".
    So, a great evening.
    Thanks to Simon and all the band
    26 November, 2007 10:33   
    Anonymous ulisse p said...
    » Oh man, what a rush! I've been a fan for almost 20 years and now finally I did get to see them live for the very first time. Even got to chat briefly with the brothers afterwards.

    Great venue and nice set. Unfortunately I hadn't been able to get the latest album before the concert, so the new songs were really new. They sounded great, though. Can't wait to get the CD.

    By the way, Ian the new bass player kicks all kinds of ass! A regular frickin' bass virtuoso. He looked like he had a lot of fun on stage. :-D
    26 November, 2007 16:15   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » Superbe concert.Une fois encore. Toujours cette atmosphère envoûtante et ces chansons intemporelles qui nous emmènent loin, là où le temps n'existe pas...
    Le nouvel album est somptueux.
    Fantastique groupe comme on n'en fait plus...
    26 November, 2007 20:40   
    Anonymous man_of_double_deed said...
    » I flied to Brussels from Italy to see what I suppose to be the second best concert in the last five years of my life. Actually, I think that the first one was the show of And Also the Trees I saw in Mestre (Venice) four years ago. :-D

    Ian Jenkins, the new bass player, seems to be really a virtuoso. And the new album I bought after the show sounds warm and pleasant, like all the best records of AATT.
    27 November, 2007 14:05   
    Anonymous Mike said...
    » The Brussels show was nothing less than brilliant; at least to me it was the highlight of the tour. Good sound, good mood, much energy and passion, a nice sold out venue. kIM NOVAk played a very nice set, too.

    For the chronologists amongst us, here's the setlist:

    DOMED
    THE BEAUTIFUL SILENCE
    GONE... LIKE THE SWALLOWS
    THE SUFFERING OF THE STREAM
    UNDER THE STARS
    MAPS IN HER WRISTS AND ARMS
    BROTHER FEAR
    PARADISO
    STAY AWAY FROM THE ACCORDION GIRL
    FEELING FINE
    A ROOM LIVES IN LUCY
    SHALETOWN
    RIVE DROITE
    ---
    SLOW PULSE BOY
    DIALOGUE
    ---
    THE LEGEND OF MUCKLOW
    THERE WAS A MAN OF DOUBLE DEED
    VIRUS MEADOW

    After all, for me this concert was a glorious final of this tour.

    See you again soon & a thousand thanks to you all: Emer, Kirsten, Justin, Neil, Rick, Simon, Matt, Paul, Ian [in no particular order, as you may have noticed ;-)] and also to Steven Burrows (in absentia this time).
    27 November, 2007 19:56   
    Anonymous Mad About AATT said...
    » Have a look on my blog to see some photos http://madaboutminds.blogspot.com/
    07 December, 2007 00:03   

       

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