Artery - "afterwards​.​.​.​" (pleasantly surprised 011)

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about

Artery were:
Mark Goldthorpe - vocals
Mick Fidler - guitar
Garry Wilson - drums
Neil McKenzie - bass
Simon Hinkler - keyboards, guitar

later line-ups included
David Hinkler - organ
David Hendrick - bass
John White - guitar
Murray Fenton - guitar
Tony Perrin - bass

Tracks 2 3 5 7 Input Studio Sheffield June 1981
MG MF SH GW NM

Track 9 live in Milan, March 1983
MG SH GW DH DH JW

Tracks 10 11 12 rehearsal July 1983
MG SH GW DH DH JW

Tracks 13 16 17 18 20 live at Nottingham Asylum, May 1983
MG SH GW DH DH JW

Tracks 21 22 live Sheffield City Hall Ballroom May 1984
MG GW NM MF

Track 23 live Amsterdam Milky Way, February 1985
MG GW SH MF TP

Soundtracks/ interviews, 1985.

This tape was from Martin Lilleker's collection of band demos. With permission of the artists these tapes are gradually being released on STA (sorry I have been unable to get in touch with Mark, but other band members have given their blessing - get in touch Mark if / when you see this), with proceeds from their sale to be donated to the Woodland View dementia support group (this is why this release, unlike most on STA has a minimum donation for download). Please support generously. Bonus items includes several photos (courtesy of Nick Taylor).

localgiving.org/charity/dementiasupport/project/MartinLilleker

Martin was a music journalist for The Sheffield Star and Telegraph and author of books documenting the Sheffield music scene from the 60s to 80s. He was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease at the young age of 57 and after several years living at home, needed the support and expertise of staff at Woodland View Nursing Home to maintain his quality of life. While at Woodland View Martin enjoyed the surroundings, the wildlife, walking in the gardens, but most of all, listening, singing and dancing to music whist encouraging others to join in. In his memory we wish to support a project to deliver meaningful music to residents at Woodland View, tailored to both individual needs in one to one or group sessions, but also to provide music in general to promote a relaxing and therapeutic environment for all residents and staff. As music was such a large part of Martin's life and passion, this is a fitting legacy and thank you to all those who cared for him.

Thanks to all bands who have allowed inclusion of their music, Martin's family and also Simon Dell for getting the project off the ground.

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released January 15, 2017

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