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An Alternative Ulster

by Martin & Bell

An Alternative Ulster 2018. Released: January 8th 2019. From the "Spoken Wave" album Utopia by Martin & Bell which is due for release on the 1st of February 2019 on Tiny Records UK.
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Lead Track from the album Utopia by Martin & Bell: An Alternative Ulster 2018. Release date: January 8th 2019.
Utopia is an Eleven track "Spoken Wave" album released under Martin & Bell's Tiny Records banner. Due for release on February 1st 2019 through CD Baby.

On Martin & Bell’s elegiac An Alternative Ulster (2018), writer turned spoken word artist Gavin Martin’s words find a perfect match in the music of multi instrumental melodic master Martin Bell. Incorporating a wistful rumination on teenage glory days, the passing of time and current day Northern Ireland, An Alternative Ulster 2018 is titled after the punk fanzine Martin published in Bangor, Northern Ireland back in 1977. The year after the ‘zine’ first appeared local band Stiff Little Fingers borrowed the Alternative Ulster name for what became an Irish punk anthem.

40 years on, Martin expounds on the meaning of the original ideal expressed in the title. Bell’s stately, neo-classical arrangement gives wings to the track.

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