Play it Loud!
Play it Loud!
Recorded on 25th June 1993
All tracks by Robert Courtney and Phil Bourne
Robert Courtney – Bass, Guitar & Roland Synthesizer
Phil Bourne – Guitar & Synthesizer (Wasp?)
Rock Section – Drums
Big Jake – Live Mixing
Mad Dog – Effects
Finally, after 24 years, the release our very own ‘Metal Machine Music’,
‘No Rock’ by the secretive ‘Sands Of Time’ an early version of the AKF, was recorded in an undisclosed location with a Pink Floyd connection in one misty morning in 1993.
Two compositions, 1.Valhalla 2. Merlin.
The two halves of the Division Bell heads were used as a Binaural recording platform for the performance.
Say yes to No Rock!
No instruments were harmed in the making of this recording.
released May 10, 2017
Robert Courtney – Makita Palm Random Orbital Sander
Big Jake – Bosch Single Speed Palm Random Orbital Sander
Mad Dog – Sealey Air Palm Orbital Sander
Rock Section – Black and Decker DN41 Sander
Amplification by HH ELECTRONICS and Marshall.
Music & Lyrics by Robert Courtney
Robert Courtney: Vocals, 12 String Guitar, 12 String Fuzz Guitar, 12 String ‘Bass’ Guitar.
“Handsome, debonair, and weird. Some times I’d think “this is way too weird, I wish they had one less fuzz-tone guitar”, and then another night I’d be thinking “damn this is normal, can’t they get another fuzz-tone guitar”. On reflection, I think you nailed it!” Dave Sketchley
Thank you Andrew Dickinson for finding the photographs!
We just need to find the tape and the film……..Big Jake.
‘Robin Hood’s Cave or Stables located within the site of the Church (Rock) Cemetery- Photo Credit: Joe Earp
Rev. George Oliver and Nottingham’s Druid Temple. Edwin Patchitt was the man who designed the Rock Cemetery. This is where Skin Patrol used to go to write songs after gigs around the time of the ‘Rock Section’ seances. He and his family are buried in quite an elaborate family plot. The location of the tomb is exactly positioned in what Oliver described as being the ‘arch druid’s cell’.