The Peter Ulrich Collaboration – he has worked closely with City Canyons CEO Trebor Lloyd and a wide ranging group of artists including Sara Wendt, David Steele, Jen Elliott, Kingsley Sage of Anemo and Saskia Dommisse of Poets to their Beloved.
Tempus Fugitives is the second part of the trilogy, as the Collaboration continues to evolve featuring a collective of New York’s finest performing musicians and actors, with Ulrich as the ‘linchpin” for this sophomore release.
Singer/ harpist Erin Hill is featured on album single / music video “Dark Daddy.” The album also includes also includes Shane Chapman, (“Don Juan’s Lament”), Samara Dunn, Timothy Dark, (“Mr Johnson”), David Steele (“King of Fools”), Sunny Brooke Moriber, with Alain Rozan (“En Bleu’), Danny Cosgrove, and Dosia McKay (“Big Iron Gun”), Evi Steriou of Daemonia Nymphe (“Icarus”) I.V Webb, (“Beloved Suicide”), John Penwarden (‘Migrators” and “Zanzibar” featuring Timothy Dark, and Stephanie Linn. The first fruit of this collaboration is an album The Painted Caravan released on Market Square Records in March 2013 which has attracted positive reviews in national UK publications as diverse as Rock’n’Reel magazine and the Financial Times, as well as receiving radio airplay from Tom Robinson and Frank Skinner.
Ulrich continues to be heavily influenced by folk, world and early musics, and draws many elements of these into his distinctive style of songwriting and arranging. And this album which takes the listener on a fascinating journey through time in sound and story is no exception.
Peter Ulrich comes to New York to join the Collaboration for the world stage premiere of Tempus Fugitives to be performed on Saturday June 20 in The Marlin Room at Webster Hall NYC. The show also features Erin Hill and Euro-American folk punk cabaret duo Frenchy and The Punk.
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Here is a chat with my pal Peter Ulrich via England for Coral FM.
Songs on this podcast include Tempus Fugitives trax “Dark Daddy,” “Mr. Johnson,” “Don Juan’s Lament,”and “Zanzibar”
Below is the music video for “Dark Daddy” on You Tube featuring Erin Hill.
New York here I come!!! I am going down to see the world premiere of The Peter Ulrich Collaboration’s Tempus Fugitives. – Coral FM.