AMBIGUOUS

by Andrew Liles

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This album consists of two long 'environmental' soundscapes. Track one is in a developmental stage, track two is designed to be a 'functional' piece of music.

'Ambiguous' can be downloaded for free or you can opt to pay a fee of your own choosing.

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released June 27, 2012

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Andrew Liles UK

Andrew Liles is a prolific solo artist, producer, remixer & sometime member of Nurse With Wound and Current 93. He has been recording since the mid 80's & has appeared on well over 200 releases.

This site is primarily dedicated to ensuring rare & out of print recordings can still be heard, previews of new releases, live shows & exclusive material that is tailored toward this digital format.
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Track Name: Slated (For Future Reference)
Down at an English fair one evening I was there
When I heard a showman shouting underneath the flair

I’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts
There they are all standing in a row
Big ones, small ones, some as big as your head

Give them a twist a flick of the wrist
That’s what the showman said

I’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts
Every ball you throw will make me rich
There stands my wife, the idol of me life
Singing roll a bowl a ball a penny a pitch

Roll a bowl a ball a penny a pitch
Roll a bowl a ball a penny a pitch
Roll a bowl a ball, roll a bowl a ball
Singing roll a bowl a ball a penny a pitch

I’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts (they’re lovely)
There they are all standing in a row (one, two, three, four)
Big ones, small ones, some as big as your head (and bigger)

Give them a twist a flick of the wrist
That’s what the showman said...

I’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts
Every ball you throw will make me rich
There stands my wife, the idol of me life
Singing roll a bowl a ball a penny a pitch (all together now)....

Roll a bowl a ball a penny a pitch (harmony)
Roll a bowl a ball a penny a pitch
Roll a bowl a ball, roll a bowl a ball
Singing roll a bowl a ball a penny a pitch
Track Name: Faulty Free
When an appliance is faulty we quickly replace it with a new one. Sometimes the remedy is quite small and simple. Here is how to repair it yourself.
First unplug the appliance and plug another appliance into the socket to check if there is power coming through. If the power is fine, check the plug connections. Check the flex cord for wear or damage. If the appliance has a fuse in the circuit, you should also check to see if that is sound.
If all these aspects are fine, then the fault is somewhere else. Check around the appliance for any burned areas. Note if there is a burned 'electric' smell. If the damaged component can be replaced then replace it. If you are unable to do it, take the appliance in for repair.
If you are able to do the repairs yourself. Identify and write down the model and year of the of the appliance. Also write down the code and any other details that you may require for purchasing a replacement component. Once you have bought the replacement part make sure that it is the correct one and that it is compatible. When you remove the faulty part, remove the connections one at a time. Label each one as you go. Remember to simultaneously mark the connection points on the faulty appliance. Now connect the replacement. Match the connections of the faulty part to the replacement part. This should not be difficult as you have already marked them.
Double check all your connections. Plug the appliance in and switch it on. If it comes on and you do not get any 'electric' smell, you can assume that your repairs are fine and you can use the appliance normally.