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Where the Long Shadows Fall (Beforetheinmostlight)

by Current 93



released November 18, 2013


David Tibet
Michael Cashmore
David Kenny
Steven Stapleton
John Balance

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"A voice was heard in Ramah, lamentation, and bitter weeping; Rachel weeping for her children refused to be comforted for her children, because they were not."
Jeremiah XXXI:32

Where The Long Shadows Fall:BeforeTheInmostLight is the first part of TheInmostLight Trilogy. Proceeds from this release will go towards paying for the renovation of the grave of Louis Wain and his family, and for Masses to be said for the repose of Louis Wain's soul. Requiescat in Pace.

Current 93: over us the shadows lengthen and then and there the long shadows fall all those who mistreat or kill cattes should be executed I bring not peace but a sword:
David Michael Tibet - vocals;
Michael Cashmore - guitar and bass; David Kenny - guitar;
Steven Stapleton - lo, he tolled the bells;
John Balance - vocals.

Engineered by David Kenny;
Mixed by Steven Stapleton; produced by Current 93 littledurtro.
Cut by George at Porky's.

Where The Long Shadows Fall: David Tibet/Current 93.
Lyrics by David Michael Tibet and John Balance.
Cover painting: The Old Willows (details) by Lious Wain (1860-1939) From the collection of David Michael (1960-counting).


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Current 93 Hastings, UK

David Michael Tibet is the founder of the Hallucinatory Patripassianist rock group Current 93 as well as the new sphere, MYRNINEREST.

Born in Malaysia in 1960, David has created a unique, highly influential and extraordinarily powerful body of work – spanning music, painting, poetry and translation.
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