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Artifact #42/52: United Bible Studies Doineann limited edition CD album. Dawn Edition in fold out sleeve.


Limited edition of 52. White/black CDr in fold-out sleeve.

18 in stock

Product Description

Audiological Research and Pathways; Case #4.

Audiological contents: Helix, Clay In My Hands, Doineann, The Blackened Fields, Seachránaí, Halo (38 minutes).


Limited to 52 copies.

White/black CDr in textured recycled fold out sleeve with insert and badge.

Custom printed and hand-finished by A Year In The Country.

Printed using archival Giclée pigment ink.

Includes 25mm/1″ badge, secured with removable glue on a tag which is string bound to the sleeve.

Back of the insert is hand numbered.


Album credits:

Strummers and players: Natalia Beylis, David Colohan, Richard Moult, Paul Condon, Áine O’Dwyer, Emer Brady, Jez Creek, Casey Denman, Gary Morrison, Enda Trautt, Alison O’Donnell, James Rider, Michael Tanner and Declan Kelly.

Recorded variously in England, Germany, Ireland, North & South & Scotland.

Produced by United Bible Studies. Mastered by Rudi Arapahoe at Purgatory mastering.

Artwork and packaging design by AYITC Ocular Signals Department.


Also available via our Bandcamp Ether Victrola and Discogs Audiological Archive.
Prices include free UK shipping. Normally ships within 7-14 days.


Preview the album below:


Visit Richard Moult and fellow travellers work at AYITC at Day #239/365.

Visit United Bible Studies in the ether: united-bible-studies.bandcamp.com


A Year In The Country: An English idyll, a midnight sun…

“A Year In The Country is a year long journey of and searching for an expression of my underlying unsettledness to the English bucolic countryside dream… and wandering about and through the trails of things that have influenced, inspired and intrigued me along the way, which will quite possibly take in the further flung reaches of folk music, folklore and what has been labelled hauntological culture.”

More information on the project at www.ayearinthecountry.co.uk