“A Goose is a Horse” finds Scottish improviser Ivor Kallin using field recordings as a basis for vocal improvisations. These range from an extended raga-like vocal workout to the surprisingly hypnotic strains of a concrete pumper, to a lilting tune on the Cal Mac Ferry, and a bizarre rant on the London Underground by his pseudonymous poetic creation Ambrosia Rasputin.
Release includes PDF booklet of notes and images.
Ivor Kallin – Vocal and Recordings. Harmonium on “Fleech, fleech, a contermashious fleech”.
Cover photograph by Rob Anderman.
Booklet design and Executive Production by Richard Sanderson.