Here’s what the chaps have to say about this:
The Gorstey Lea Street Choir
The band name The Gorstey Lea Street Choir brings images of some massive ensemble. The Polyphonic Spree, Spiritualized or Shibusashirazu Orchestra come to mind, however this is just two geezers.
Formed one cold winters night in December 2016. Two friends on a life long journey.
Michael first met Russ in 1985, Michael was 15, Russ was 19.
31 years later they started making music together. The likes of Tom Robinson have championed their epic songs.
And after first getting in touch with me about 3 years ago, they finally engaged me for a bit of mixing!
‘...from Prince’s Park to Farsley – Volume I’
The new album out now includes three songs I mixed. The opener Up With The Larks (which has a bit of cello by me too), One Way Ticket and That Chitty Bang Majik have all had a bit of work done by me. Check them out on Bandcamp:
Singles and videos
Up with the Larks features cello and mix by me.
Mixed by me, terrific single That Chitty Bang Majik is released on all major platforms! https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/thegorsteyleastreetchoir/that-chitty-bang-majik
Gorstey’s Michael Clapham says “Another masterpiece! Sounding rather marvel mouse!!! Cello is beautiful… We love your mixes. Ballad sounds incredible!”