Greetings From Malojianland is an audio visual series between long-term collaborators Stevie Scullion (Malojian) and Colm Laverty (Dortbox Films).
Collection 00030 is compiled from episodes 00021-00024.
From episode 00021:
Good Things Follow You *
What Will I Be (excerpt) **
Rules Of The Burial ***
* Written and produced by Mark McCambridge (Arborist) and Stevie Scullion (Malojian)
Laura McFadden on cello and vocals www.instagram.com/lauramcfaddenmusic/
Michael Barkley on horns www.instagram.com/barkleymicrophones/
& percussion from Ben McAuley www.instagram.com/ben_mcauley/
** Recorded live at The Harbour Bar, Bray on Friday 26th Aug 2016 and features Joe McGurgan on Double Bass.
*** Written by Mark McCambridge and features Eve Scullion on Clarinet.
"Sean" by Frank Grimes' Disco for Dogs www.instagram.com/frankgrimesdiscofordogs/
From episode 00022:
Beard Song (excerpt)*
Between The Pylons**
* Recorded by Colm Laverty at RTE Studios, 7th February 2018.
** Recorded by Colm Laverty at Rathlin East Lighthouse, 11th February 2017.
"What The Hell Is Going On?" by Frank Grimes' Disco for Dogs www.instagram.com/frankgrimesdiscofordogs/
From episode 00023:
Ambulance Song *
Purity Of Your Smile **
* Recorded live at Start Together Studios, Belfast by Ben McAuley, on Saturday 15th Sep 2018.
** Recorded live at Rathlin East Lighthouse, 11th February 2017 by Colm Laverty.
From episode 00024:
All I Need**
* Written by Jon Thorne & Stevie Scullion (Malojian)
Acoustic guitar, electric bass - Jon Thorne
Lead vocals, keyboard - Stevie Scullion
Backing vocals - Jojo Thorne
Jon and Jojo's parts were recorded at Romita/Ross Studio.
Stevie's parts were recorded at Malojianland.
Mixed by Jon Thorne at Romita/Ross Studio.
Mastered by LANDR Calrissian.
** Recorded live at Malojianland on 10th April 2020.
^ "Blackbird" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1968 double album The Beatles (also known as "the White Album"). It was written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–McCartney, and performed as a solo piece by McCartney. When discussing the song, McCartney has said that the lyrics were inspired by hearing the call of a blackbird in Rishikesh, India, and alternatively by the unfortunate state of race relations in the United States in the 1960s.
released July 3, 2020