After together forming the band ‘Triad‘ with drummer Mark Brocklesby (the band which eventually became the basis for ‘The Neil Campbell Collective’) Stuart left ‘Triad’ to pursue solo projects and Neil developed his work with the band in a more instrumental direction.
Over the past four years Neil and Stu have made sporadic contributions to each other’s music with the odd live appearance here and there, with Neil guesting on Stu’s EP ‘Playing the Field’ (2004) and with Stu’s guest contributions to The Neil Campbell Collective’s debut album ‘3 O’Clock Sky’ (2005) and ‘Fall’ (2006).
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The theme music is King of the Faeries by Andrew Ellis from his CD Midnight On The Water.
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