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Scott began writing new material around 2009 - whilst also scoring the ROH 2s Duet For One Voice ballet - recording it sporadically over the following three years. The end result is Bish Bosch, a tauter but more colorful experience than The Drift, with greater emphasis on processed, abrasive guitars, digital keyboards and thick silences.
Aided again by co-producer Peter Walsh and joined by a regular core of musicians, Ian Thomas (drums), Hugh Burns (guitar), James Stevenson (guitar), Alasdair Malloy (percussion) and John Giblin (bass). Musical director Mark Warman also played a prominent role, both as conductor and keyboardist, while guests include trumpeter Guy Barker and pedal steel guitarist BJ Cole, who worked on three of Scotts mid-seventies LPs. For tracks SDSS1416+13B (Zercon, A Flagpole Sitter), Dimple and Corps de Blah, Scott drafted in an orchestra, recording them in The Hall at Air Studios.
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1. See You Don't Bump His Head
2. Corps De Blah
4. SDSS1416+13B (Zercon, A Flagpole Sitter)
9. The Day The "Conductor" Died