We are pleased to be able to offer here a small
selection of Ant's CDs which are currently out-of-print or otherwise hard to
find along with some other items.
The recent and forthcoming releases from Ant's back catalogue
issued by Esoteric are
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The Pavilion Issue 16
Published between 1992 and 2003, The Pavilion was Ant's
official fan club magazine which was only available via
subscription. It carried a range of features and articles
about different aspects of his career and exclusive interviews.
We have just uncovered a very limited number of brand new copies
of some issues of the magazine which we are pleased to offer here.
Issue 16 was published and distributed to subscribers in 2000.
It contains a detailed survey of the majority of Ant's TV and audio
visual work up to 2000 with his commentary about each project along
with the original transmission details of the programme.
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The Pavilion Issue 17
Issue 17 of the magazine was published and distributed to
subscribers in 2001. It contains a retrospective interview with Ant
about Slow Waves Soft Stars, a transcript of his appearance on the
VH-1 show New Visions and a detailed feature about the demo
recordings by Peter Gabriel that involved Ant.
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The Pavilion Issue 18
Issue 18 of the magazine was published and distributed to
subscribers in 2002. It contains an exclusive interview with
Quique Berro Garcia, a detailed feature about Silver Song with Ant's
commentary about the different verons of the track that were
recorded over the years and an interview with Ant about his
classical music influences.
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A double album of orchestral
and acoustic portraits from Ant and composer & arranger Andrew Skeet.
Featured soloists on the
album include singers Lucy Crowe and Belinda Sykes, guitarist John
Parricelli, cellist Chris Worsey, percussionist Paul Clarvis and sax &
woodwind player Martin Robertson, who has contributed to a number of Ant's
previous album releases.
Ant's collaborative release with Harry
Williamson - originally released in 1988 by PRT Records, the album
was re-issued with new cover artwork and additional music on this
Archive Collection Volume
First released in
March 1998, this CD features a selection of previously unreleased recordings including
demos that Ant recorded with Mike Rutherford in September 1969, just prior
to Genesis playing their first live shows.
This pressing also
includes the extra CD EP with five additional tracks that was issued
with the first release of the album.
Archive Collection Volume Two
in 2004, this double CD release features previously unreleased
pieces and variations recorded between 1971 and 1988.
Sail The World
Originally released in 1994, Sail
The World features the music that Ant wrote and recorded to
accompany the television coverage of the 1993-94 Whitbread Round The
World Yacht Race. In 2010, the album was reissued in this
Following the original release of the album, most of the tracks were
subsequently re-mixed for use as library pieces and this second
edition, which was re-mastered by Simon Heyworth, includes the re-mixed versions.
It also includes three extra tracks not included on the original
release along with brand new artwork and sleeve notes to make this
the definitive edition of Sail The World.
1994 and 2000, Ant and Joji Hirota collaborated on a number of outstanding
soundtracks for wildlife television programmes in the
award-winning Survival series. In addition, Anthony also wrote and
recorded the music for a programme in the BBC series The Natural
Now for the first time highlights from these richly atmospheric and
evocative soundtracks are available on Wildlife.
From the flooded forests of the Amazon to the huge expanses of the
Serengeti, from the cold wastes of Kamchatka in Russia to the peaceful tranquillity
of the Norfolk countryside - the music of Wildlife reflects these
habitats and the amazingly diverse range of creatures that populate them.
Missing Links Volumes I -
A triple CD re-issue of the first three
albums in the Missing Links series - Finger Painting, The Sky
Road and Time & Tide. All three
albums now have new artwork and with a total playing time of three hours,
this set provides excellent value.
The Missing Links series
was begun as a way to fill in some of the gaps in Ant's commercially
released musical output and allow fans the opportunity to hear some
of his Library and Television music. The series began in 1989
with the release of the first volume Finger Painting
(initially made available as a limited edition cassette release)
which featured selections from various projects that Ant had written
and recorded over the previous ten years. A second volume - The
Sky Road - followed in 1994, featuring a further selection of
Library and Television pieces alongside previously unreleased album
pieces and archive tracks. The third volume - Time &
Tide - was released in 1997 and brought together for the first
time on a commercial release the best of Ant's collaborative work
with Joji Hirota, much of which has been featured on award-winning
programmes in the long-running Survival series.
City of Dreams
The most recent album release from Ant which is the eleventh in thePrivate
Parts & Piecesseries.
City of Dreamstakes
the listener through a number of moods ranging from the epic to the
reflective via atmospheric soundscapes to create a rich and ultimately
rewarding journey for the imagination. On several of the tracks the
emphasis is on mood and atmosphere, whilst other pieces reflect a sense of
the activity in a busy urban environment. Ant's effortless ability
to create a series of beguiling and inventive musical landscapes is
highlighted throughout the album.