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WYE

EXPLORER

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The EDW was full of surprises none more so than the emergence of 'WELL OF THE WORLD' a song sung by two people Boneshaker and Araboushikha. It was 'World Water Day' only just remembered and we had no idea that we'd start the EDW adventure in a cabin on the Mellowcroft Retreat courtesy of Eddie and Kim and their little daughter Ellie. Even more incredible than a great night in the cabin at the foot of Llandegley Rocks the source of the EDW was the sound that echoed from the bespoke wooden classroom amid a plantation of Pine. Upon closer investigation we were magnetically driven to join the aforementioned in what would be a gathering of hearts and minds that each sailed upon curiously. They were there to practice and sing the song 'WELL OF THE WORLD' by Richard Marriot (a friend of Boneshaker) and we were there to walk beside it. Magic!

Edw Valley & River

EDW

SOUNDSCAPE

A SONG OF WATER & LIFE

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The Music was recorded on the spot with a basic field recorder in the Mellowcroft bespoke wooden classroom. The quality is reasonable. The accompanying trickle of water to this mix was recorded in the field later near the source of the EDW...it is the EDW. Hope you enjoy it for its raw power and beauty. Bear in mind we've featured water here but the song 'WELL OF THE WORLD' is about the journey and the flow of life. Water is possibly the metaphor.

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