A set of 6 CDs of the back catalogue from 2000-2015
The Clockwork Universe is an album exploring the human experience of a complex world.
These are songs about people whose experience brings them into contact with a universe of science and learning, whether as a child (Prodigy), a neglected spouse (The Scientist’s Wife), young lovers (Library Song) or as a bystander confronted with the inexorable progress of industrialisation (Railway Time).
Two exquisite instrumental arrangements (Astrolabe, Orrery) bring to mind a bygone age of scientific exploration, and the candlelit solitude of the seeker.
Release date 23rd September 2015
One For Sorrow, Two For Joy 2013
The fifth album. Whilst retaining the melancholic textures and dynamics of The Water Road, the album expands compositionally with intricacy, melody, and emotion to the fore. Paul Mallyon (Drums) and Brad Waissman (Bass), both from Sanguine Hum, provide a powerful and expressive rhythm section. Again, the album is engineered by Rob Aubrey from Aubitt studios.
The Water Road - 2008
The fourth album, and the first to feature Thomas Johnson on keyboards, best known for his work with Swedish prog legends Anglagard. Dark Swedish folk influences enter the compositional mix resulting in a more dynamic and melancholic sounding TK.
Shibboleth - 2003
The third album, and one that develops the symphonic jazz fusion aspects of the TK sound, first encountered in 'Argot'. New singer/lyricist Amy introduces a more poetic style of lyric.
Argot - 2001
The second studio album from TK - dark, intense and intricate. The four epic tracks spread across 65 minutes show dexterity and power, without compromising on melody and strong themes.
Head - 2000
Debut album Head has its roots firmly in rock, but ripples with fusion styles and symphonic structures. Crunchy guitars, powerful male vocals and solid rhythm section conjure a sound that is almost metal in places.
Thieves' Kitchen ~ Complete CD bundle 2000-2015
- Product Code: TKBox
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