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King Cutler Broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Extra Print E-mail
April 2012 - May 2012  BBC Radio 4 Extra will repeat the six-part series King Cutler featuring Phyllis King with Ivor Cutler.  The broadcasts are 11 pm on Sunday evenings.
Ivor Cutler CD's Lower Prices in Europe Print E-mail
For some time we have been concerned about the high prices of Ivor Cutler CD's for fans outside the UK. Some progress has been made in Germany at least, where the two Hoorgi House CD's are now available at a standard price rather than 'import' price. Sorry it has come too late for many of you.
Ivor Cutler album 'PRIVILEGE' to be re-released Print E-mail

The Cutler family's record label Hoorgi House Records is to release Privilege.   First produced for Rough Trade Records in 1983, this collection  has not previously been available on CD. The release date is 19th October 2009.

The first of three records Ivor made for Rough Trade Records, Privilege is unusual in being only one of two albums that Ivor made in collaboration with other artists. It is unique in that there is a second voice to be heard, that of singer Linda Hirst. The album additionally features musicians David Toop and Steve Beresford who play several instruments as well as producing the record.

Previously released as a single, the song Women of the World was inspired by the actions of the women at the Greenham Common Peace Camp. Ivor supported the women in their protest against plans to base nuclear weapons in Berkshire.

A Loathsome Thing Print E-mail

"I loathed it when the WWW thing started. I just don't want for the rest of my life to have anything to do with them.  My brain hurts when I think about them.  I've done quite well without having to get mixed up with all that".  Ivor Cutler, 2002.

Ivor Cutler track on re-released 'Miniatures' collection Print E-mail

Morgan Fisher's 1980 collection 'Miniatures' is now available and includes Ivor's performance of  Brooch Boat  -  part recital, part song  -  with harmonium.

The history of 'Miniatures 1' :  Fisher invited 50 musicians he admired to submit tracks of up to one minute in length.  They responded with unanimous enthusiasm - providing a unique snapshot of the cutting-edge music of the period and achieving legendary status amongst those who cherish such creativity and individuality in the process.

Fast forward two decades and Morgan decided the time was right for a sequel.  Following six years of work, Miniatures 2 brings together over 60 artists  -  bizarre, eccentric, contemplative, rebel-rousing, pioneering, and philosophical.

Miniatures One + Two Edited by Morgan Fisher  cdbred361

Available from your local record store or direct from Cherry Red Records:

 http://www.cherryred.co.uk/cherryred/artists/morganfisher.htm

 The Cherry Red site also features a video / interview with Morgan Fisher

BBC Radio to Broadcast A Stuggy Pren Print E-mail

The five part series  -  A Stuggy Pren  -  will be broadcast on BBC Radio7 starting Tuesday 15 July 2008.  Poems, songs, relaxation tips and more  -  from Ivor Cutler.

 BBC Radio7 Listings

A Wet Handle on BBC7 Print E-mail


Ivor Cutler reads poems and stories, sings some songs, and talks to his friends. A series of five weekly episodes first broadcast in 1997.  First episode starts 23.45 Tuesday 8th July 2008.

BBC Radio 7 Listings

Resonance FM to present radio programme on the life and works of Ivor Cutler Print E-mail

Diggers presenters Edwin Pouncey and Sharon Gal  will be in discussion with Jeremy Cutler and will play tracks from Ivor Cutler's albums.

Resonance FM 17.00 to 18.00 Tuesday 26 February 2008

Listen on 104.4FM (Central London only), or via the website http://resonancefm.com/

A Flat Man CD reissued Print E-mail

Two years after the death of Ivor Cutler, his family is re-releasing his final CD on their own label Hoorgi House Records, with a booklet featuring Cutler’s artwork, and notes by his son Jeremy.  A Flat Man is released on 17th March 2008.  Originally released on Creation Records in 1998, the album has been unavailable for many years.

“This is possibly Ivor’s darkest collection of songs, stories and poems:  the macabre is permeated, however, with veins of humour, sweetness, and Ivor's granite acuity.”  - Jeremy Cutler

BBC Radio to Broadcast 'King Cutler' Print E-mail

The Six Part Series featuring Ivor Cutler, Phyllis King and guests will be broadcast on the BBC's digital radio channel BBC7.  Every Thursday at 17.00 and Friday at 06.30 starting with the first episode on Thursday 17th Jan 2008.  Further details from Radio Times:   http://www.radiotimes.com/  or BBC7:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbc7/

Ivor Cutler's poetry translated into Icelandic. Print E-mail

We are delighted to announce that there is a new edition of Ivor's poetry translated into Icelandic by  Óskar Árni Óskarsson.  Full details of the edition are in the bibliography on this site. (2007)

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