Catherine Anne Davies & Bernard Butler - In Memory Of My Feelings

Catherine Anne Davies & Bernard Butler - In Memory Of My Feelings

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Now this is going to be pretty special. Catherine 'Anchoress' teams with the Suede Svengali himself Bernard Butler to bring us the very best of two worlds colliding, producing the most sensuous sonics.

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In Memory Of My Feelings’ is the result of a one-off collaboration between Catherine Anne Davies and Bernard Butler.

The album was recorded over writing and recording sessions covering a four year period, but amounting to just fifteen days in total. Prior to the creation of the record, the two had never met.

There are ten songs featured in total on ‘In Memory Of My Feelings’. Key tracks include the unearthly end-of-days address The Breakdown, the triumphant four-to-the-floor excoriations of Sabotage (Looks So Easy) and the luxuriant glam ache of No More Tears To Cry.

Work on In Memory Of My Feelings was completed in 2014, but extraneous commitments forced Catherine and Bernard to postpone its release indefinitely. Of the record Butler says: “I’d got used to the idea that the record might never emerge. Occasionally, I’d listen to it on my headphones if I was on the bus, I always had the same thought, “I wish I could go to a record shop and buy this.” Davies adds: “For me, the best thing is that we still don’t know each other that well. The songs were the conversation.”

Catherine is best known for her work as The Anchoress. Her debut album Confessions Of A Romance Novelist was released to widespread critical acclaim in 2016 and was named amongst the Guardian critics’ Albums of the Year, earned her the Best Newcomer prize at the PROG Awards and was also named HMV’s Welsh Album of the Year. Since then she has played in the touring line-ups of Manic Street Preachers and Simple Minds.

Bernard Butler is a founding member of Suede, with whom he co-wrote and performed two era-defining albums. He then went on to enjoy top ten success with McAlmont & Butler and as a solo artist before focusing on writing and production work with artists such as Bert Jansch, The Libertines, Duffy, Teleman and Texas.
All vinyl copies of In Memory Of My Feelings come with a specially-recorded seven-inch single featuring a rearranged version of album track The Patron Saint Of The Lost Cause (retitled The Patron Saint Of Harmonia) and a stunning, pared-back version of Madonna’s Live To Tell. Of the latter, Butler says, “When I was 16, Live To Tell allowed me to join the dots in songwriting between True Blue and The Queen Is Dead.” Davies adds: “I don’t know what Madonna wrote it about, but the resonances in a post-#metoo world are impossible to miss.”

The Breakdown
Ten Good Reasons
Sabotage (Looks So Easy)
In Memory Of My Feelings
I Know
Judas
No More Tears To Cry
The Waiting Game
The Patron Saint Of The Lost Cause
FOH
Live To Tell
The Patron Saint Of The Lost Cause (Harmonium Version)

Artist: Catherine Anne Davies & Bernard Butler
Label: Needle Mythology
Catalogue: NEMYLP007
Barcode: 195081809519
Format: LP or CD
Release Date: 16th October 2020
                               

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