Andrew Chalk (アンドリュー チョーク) has been active since 1985 as Ferial Confine and has worked with many associates over the years, such as David Jackman (in Organum), Vortex Campaign, The New Blockaders, Darren Tate (in Ora), Giancarlo Toniutti, Jonathan Coleclough, and Christoph Heemann (in Mirror). He has now released a number of releases under his own name which have won widespread acclaim, on labels such as Robot Records, Christoph Heemann's Streamline label and his own Faraway Press label.
Blue Eyes Of The March (2006) is a 51-minute suite for solo piano. Mirror is a prolific collaboration between Christoph Heemann and Andrew Chalk that has rarely produced major works. The first one, Eye Of The Storm (1999), built out of manipulated natural sounds, ringing percussion, fluttering electronics and Heeman's sustained bowing drones, would have been enough to make the point.
Blue Eyes of the March. cd-r/CD, faraway press, . faraway 05, 2006/07). Compilation album, featuring an Andrew Chalk track entitled "The Last Rose Falls" and a Vikki Jackman track entitled "A Night Sketch", with Andrew Chalk and Daisuke Suzuki. Dedication - Zweite Auslese. CD, artware, germany, artware 11, 1993). Compilation album, featuring an Andrew Chalk track entitled "Lyga". CD, EXTREME, AUSTRALIA, XCD 010, 1991). Compilation album, featuring an Andrew Chalk track entitled "Ora". no title, no problems.
Pale Blue Eyes is a song written by Lou Reed for The Velvet Underground’s 1969 album, The Velvet Underground. The song was written for Reed’s first serious girlfriend and true love, Shelley Albin. Although Shelley wasn’t married and did not have blue eyes (details he changed to make the song work), he tried many times to get her back, and therefore what he had but couldn’t keep. Lou Reed by Anthony DeCurtis, page 49). "Pale Blue Eyes" Track Info. Release Date March 1, 1969.
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Andrew Chalk is an artist and musician based in Hull. Restlessly active since the mid 1980s, he has built a breathtaking and highly acclaimed body of work under an elusive series of guises.