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Baker's Dozen

Bring Back The Sounds: Tim Cedar Of Part Chimp's Baker's Dozen
Matt Ridout , April 26th, 2017 10:35

Following the release of their latest LP IV, Tim Cedar takes Matt Ridout on a journey from Spacemen 3 to the Velvet Underground through his Baker's Dozen. Photo by Steve Gullick.

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Th' Faith Healers - Lido
Again another band that made me realise that you didn't need to be super technically proficient in order to make amazing music. There were a lot of great bands around during that time from London, like God Machine and Silverfish and Th' Faith Healers all making noisy music.

It was a really good time, and that record Lido still resonates with me and I can hear its influence in the way I play still.

The music was really simple, they were playing a bass guitar with only two strings on it, that's all they needed to make great music. I try and keep that in mind when I am writing to this day.


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