Michael Tanner Nine of Swords limited edition CD album. Dusk Edition in matt sleeve wallet.


Limited edition of 52. All black CDr in matt recycled wallet sleeve.

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All black CDr album in matt recycled wallet with insert.

Audiological Research and Pathways; Case #3
Audiological contents: Nine of Swords (54.20 minutes).


Limited to 52 copies.

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

Printed using archival Giclée pigment ink.

Back of the insert is hand numbered.


Nine of Swords was created by using nine tarot cards allocated to nine sonorous, percussive instruments which were played in the order of their drawing from the deck.

Album credits:

All music written & played by Michael Tanner.

Recorded at Greenwitch 04/06/2014 using an X-Y positioned Beyer M101 and Shure SM57.

4 x Water Bowls. 2 x Singing Bowls. 2 x Temple Bells. 1 x Cymbals.

No plug-ins or FX were used in the making of this piece.

Artwork and packaging design by AYITC Ocular Signals Department.

A Year In The Country Artifact #48/52.
Audiological Research and Pathways; Case #3


Also available via our Bandcamp Ether Victrola and Discogs Audiological Archive
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An excerpt from this Audiological Case Study can be listened to via our Mark II Ether Victrola below:


Visit Michael’s work at Day #120/365 of A Year In The Country.

Visit Michael Tanner in the ether here: www.iamplinth.bandcamp.com
(where you may also find him working under the names Plinth, The Cloisters, Taskerlands and The A. Lords).


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

“A Year In The Country is a year long journey through and searching for an expression of an underlying unsettledness to the English bucolic countryside dream; an exploration of an otherly pastoralism, the patterns beneath the plough/pylons and amongst the edgelands… it is a 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 work with its roots in folkloric concerns and what has been labelled hauntological culture.”

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