Anne James Chaton & Andy Moor | Transfer/2 Princess in a Car

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Transfer/2 Princess in a Car

by Anne James Chaton & Andy Moor

Sound Poetry with guitar based experimental soundscapes and dubstep beats
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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1. Princess in a Mercedes classe S 280
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2. Princess in a Rover P6 3500S V8
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Transfer 2 /Princess in a Car is the second part of the 7 inch single series "Transfer " by Anne James Chaton and Andy Moor . Side A takes us on Princess Diana s last journey from Bourget Airport to Pont d Alma and the last hours before her fatal car accident in central Paris. Chaton recalls in a semi detached tone, a list of her last activities and her general state of mind and feelings in her final moments. A womans voice in the background provides an English translation of the text. The music by Andy Moor has a slow pulse with guitar samples and a rhythm track from fellow collaborator and label mate Yannis Kyriakides. Side B,  though less tragic in delivery has an equally haunting epilogue, as Chaton lists all the cars owned by Grace Kelly and connects the year of each car with a meeting that she had with various lovers, movie stars, and members of the Royal family, ending coincidentally with a meeting with Lady Diana Spencer, and the final car that Grace had her fatal accident in, a Rover P36500S.


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