Remarkable discovery of what is believed to be the longest surviving work by Delia Derbyshire, available on vinyl for the first time ever
A highly important and unreleased soundtrack created in 1972 by musician Delia Derbyshire and artist Elsa Stansfield. A mix of concrete ideas, sound design, tape manipulation, natural environmental sounds and birdsong.
The recording was originally commissioned by director / producer / art collector Anthony Roland for his 1972 film about the slides of radical stills photographer Pamela Bone. The film is rarely seen.
The soundtrack has never been released until now. This is the longest known work by Delia Derbyshire – either alone or in association with anyone else and has been licensed by Trunk Records exclusively worldwide from the Anthony Roland archive / collection.
SIDE ONE: Circle Of Light Part One
SIDE TWO: Circle Of Light Part Two
Mastered by Jon Brooks, AKA The Advisory Circle. Total running time approx. 33 minutes. Full colour single LP sleeve. 500 Only. Available from 09.09.2016