BURIED CATHÉDRALE TRACKS ARE FINALLY UNEARTHED
Ex-Renaissance bassist Jon Camp’s 90s collaboration with Lifesigns’ John Young gets a release date.
Cathédrale’s J2=B2 will be released via Angel Air on September 29, almost 30 years after the tracks were first recorded.
The project formed in the early 90s, soon after bassist Jon Camp left Renaissance, and also featured Greenslade’s John Young (now with Lifesigns), Brett Wilde and Money’s drummer Tony Bodene. Singer Mark Goddard-Parker joined towards the end of the band and performs on only a handful of the songs.
“The tracks were originally recorded on 16-track between 1990 and 1993,” reveals Camp. “The opener, One By One, was one of the first we did, but the sound isn’t all similar to Renaissance. It was still proggy, but quite commercial, a little like It Bites.”
Meanwhile, the bassist has teamed up with Maurice Douglas (ex-Martin Turner’s Wishbone Ash) for the MoJo instrumental album, Urgent Deliver. It will be out via Repertoire in November.
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