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Some Pig’n’aif Video

The video teaser from the forthcoming Pig’n’aif album ‘Electronicalis’.
This album collects together a section of their repertoire which was heavily based on synth based sound, both keyboard oriented output and from Pete’s use of the guitar synth. This tonal soundscape is coupled with the guy’s standard band instrumentation of guitars drums and yes, electronic kits in places, to form an exploration of a different genre. A slightly different, but welcome direction for the guys,  just for the space of one album,  but that just shows the versatility of these musicians. As you might expect the music swings between the pole of pure electronic music and prog rock.  Watch this space. All feedback on this track gratefully received of course.








Next, a light-hearted video of  €’Dead Man Blues’ taken from the “Handover” album.
This track is a cautionary tale for those of us getting long in the tooth  and a dig in the ribs for the young 'uns. Hopefully a chuckle for all.  But which-ever way you see it, it is a lesson to make sure you get the  best out of what you've got now while you still can.








The next one up is the video of the blues standard “Rollin’ and Tumblin’”. This track is featured on the “Pig’n’aif Blue” album and the video is edited from a live Pig’n’aif  jam-band performance. A new treatment to an old classic.









Here you can find the video nasty of “The Jester” perpetrated by Pete as a light-hearted, not-for-publication whimsy. It  is admittedly of atrocious quality even though we say it ourselves, but  in keeping with the image of the Jester, it should bring a smile to your lips.


PNF04-DVD01 Rising Records 2009
ISRC: GBJ3N1000012




All feedback is gratefully received of course.
We have every intention of releasing some further video in due course.  Maybe even taken from a live version of the band. Who knows...?

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