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    CST065   180gLP • CD • DL

    Release date: 10 February 2010

    Duration: 44:25


    alling Down A Mountain came together in two studios (Staples’ own Le Chien Chanceux in France and ICP in Belgium) over three summer months in 2009. Very much a group effort, the recordings were built from a foundation of Staples (guitar, voice) and Boulter (keyboards) along with fellow original band member Neil Fraser (guitar), long time collaborator Terry Edwards (trumpet) and more recent recruits Dan McKinna (bass) and Andy Nice (cello) – all of who appeared on previous record The Hungry Saw. Aided by new ideas from newcomers Earl Harvin (drums, vocals) and David Kitt (guitar, vocals) and a rare guest vocal appearance by Mary Margaret O’Hara on “Peanuts”, Falling Down A Mountain reveals a newly colorful, textured, dynamic and at times even exuberant musical personality for the band, while retaining the band’s unique brand of ‘Northern Soul’, anchored by Staples’ inimitably intimate, deadpan voice. A magnificent updating of, and addition to, the Tindersticks canon.


    180gLP comes in thick 24pt. jacket printed on uncoated paperboard with the same booklet as the CD and a 12"x19" art print poster featuring painting by Suzanne Osborne.

    CD comes in a custom gatefold jacket printed on uncoated 100% recycled 18pt. paper board with a separate 4-colour printed CD sleeve – all featuring original artwork by Suzanne Osborne. CD also includes a 16-page black-and-white credit booklet featuring photography by Neil Fraser.



    Stuart A. Staples: voice, guitar
    David Boulter: keyboards, percussion
    Neil Fraser: guitar
    Dan McKinna: bass, vocals
    Terry Edwards: trumpet
    Earl Harvin: drums
    David Kitt: guitar, vocals


    Mary Margaret O’Hara: vocals
    Andy Nice: cello
    Joanne Fraser: flute
    Louison Renault: xylophone, percussion
    Stephane Colin: string arrangements

    Recorded at Le Chien Chanceux, France and I.C.P., Belgium by Erwin Autrique and Stuart Staples.
    Additional recording at 6 Nassau, Toronto by Jeff McMurrich.
    Produced by Stuart A. Staples. Mastered at Metropolis by Tim Young.