Live Discomfiting and Overly Whimsical

by Tom Slatter

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From the winter of 2015 through to the summer of 2016 I played quite a few gigs, for me. I got to some new parts of the country, played to steampunks and to prog fans and had quite a lot of fun doing so.

Along the way I was reviewed in various places as being both 'discomfitting' and 'overly whimsical'.

This album contains some 'bootleg' recordings, mostly made with my trusty zoom recorder. They're not amazing quality pro recordings, they're rough and ready and give you a good idea of what my acoustic solo-self sounds like. It also gives you an idea of how much fun I had playing these gigs over the last 12 months



released November 20, 2016

All songs written by Tom Slatter, except 'Wounds' written by Tom Slatter and Mike Kershaw. Photography by Graham Stead.


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A latter-day Victorian street-theatre barker with a guitar promising tales of mystery, imagination, ‘orrible murders and bloody great waving tentacles’ is how Tom Slatter has been described. Since 2010 he has been scaring audiences with six albums and numerous EPs of storytelling songs. ... more

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