|fly.mp3||the most infamous of uncle ian tracks featuring shirley bassey on vocals - this track was included in the live set from about 1982 until the very end and ended up on tape in multitudinous different versions - this version is not the earliest, but was recorded around '82 - '83 probably on a 4 track Portastudio|
|hydrofoil.mp3||the only uncle track to make it onto vinyl - the infamous bite back records sampler album "make ready for revelation" (I think) - however this version is an earlier and much better one than the album track which was recorded at Portsmouth Polytechnic's film department - sometimes we tried to hard|
|recorded in '89 - '90 in a garage in Liphook, Hampshire - the only time the uncles did a proper multitrack recording. Just fucking excellent vocals, if i do say so myself!|
|recorded at the same session - pretty much the last uncle recordings ever made with marcus fiasco, nijel elborg & rich lewis - engineered by.....what was his name|
|urban picnic pt.2002.mp3||just to prove that uncle ian is still alive and well a reworking of the 1st track on side 3 of the "going ape in the optics factory" cassette. Originaly called "the urban picnic pt2" although i don't know why because it bears absolutely no relationship to the original "urban picnic", almost the first track the uncles performed live|
|safehouse2003.mp3||part of another reworking of an olf favourite. originally written with I.G.Farben on his fabulous Roland SH101 synth this version is more of a variation.|
|mark's download page||marcus fiasco, alias mark red, continues making innovative music to this day, well yesterday anyway - check out his illustrious career|
a brand new album from Uncle Ian.
"no sensayuma" is the 1st recording for nearly ten years. released as a work in progress/exorcise the ghosts/release the demons/full-on package experience. some of the tracks are crap and some are really quite good therefor it is being released for free on the Urban Picnic label for a limited time only.
If you would like to sample a real plastic compact disc version, e-mail Uncle Ian at firstname.lastname@example.org putting No Sensayuma as the heading and your name address and e-mail in the message and we will endeavour to get a copy to you. No promises mind!