Ross Heselton - Layer After Layer mp3 album
Layer After Layer by Ross Heselton, released 30 September 2017 1. Saint James Infirmary 2. Song To The White Man 3. Layer After Layer The purpose of this record, as well as sharing with you some of the directions my songwriting has taken since The Burden Borne and The Word Shall Urge, is to serve as a fundraiser for those to come. This is the first collection of recordings I will have released which was not made in a home studio and was not entirely hand-made, and which for these reasons cost a considerable amount more to make than my previous recordings.
Ross Heselton - Layer After Layer
Philip Heselton (born 1946) is a retired British Conservation Officer, a Wiccan initiate, and a writer on the subjects of Wicca, Paganism and Earth mysteries. He is best known for two books, Wiccan Roots: Gerald Gardner and the Modern Witchcraft Revival and Gerald Gardner and the Cauldron of Inspiration, which gather historical evidence surrounding the New Forest coven and the origins of Gardnerian Wicca.
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Layer 0 is closest to the background. The higher the layer number, the closer a character is to the foreground. So a character in layer 0 will be BEHIND a character in layer 1 (or 2, or 3, et.
|1||Saint James Infirmary||7:34|
|2||Song To The White Man||10:19|
|3||Layer After Layer||8:54|
- Artwork By – Quentin Richter
- Engineer, Producer – Baptiste Bruzi
- Layout – Julie Chane-Hive
- Performer, Songwriter, Author, Translated By, Producer – Ross Heselton
- Translated By – Iwan Warnet