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God knows what the rights situation is on the tracks from the Golgotha album Symphony in Extremis. As far as I can tell, the record company is no more (if you know different, let me know) and the album is no longer for sale in the shops. Well, I wrote, arranged, performed and produced it, so I’m gonna use it until somebody pays me royalties.

This is the first movement (Pretentious? Moi?), properly titled Symphony in extremis - To will one thing, has been retitled in keeping with everything else here. Symph was recorded at Merlyn’s Cave studios, Malvern Wells, England, in 1992. Engineering was by Rob Murray-Mason and studio manager Steve Jay, while Juani Rosa provided voice parts. I’ll tell you more about the album in the blurb for the other movements. And if you see a copy on eBay, snap it up before I do.

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