Amanda Palmer & Edward Ka-Spel – I Can Spin A Rainbow

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last spring, i hunkered down with my hero, Edward Ka-Spel from the Legendary Pink Dots, and we co-wrote and recorded an entirely new album of original songs. both edward and i play and sing on the record, and it’s absolutely beautiful – we are both enormously proud of it and i cannot wait for you to hear it.

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Recorded at Hideaway Studio and Chez Dots, London in Summer 2016.

Mastered by Ray Steeg and Peter Van Vliet

Vocals and instruments: Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-Spel

Violins: Patrick Q.Wright

Singing saw: Alexis Michallek

Artwork: Judith Clute

Photography: Viki Beshparova


A big thank you to Imogen Heap and Alexis Michallek for all their kindness and assistance in the making of this album.

Kisses and thanks to Alena, Alice, Neil and Ash who all played their parts.

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2 Responses to “Amanda Palmer & Edward Ka-Spel – I Can Spin A Rainbow”

  1. lulz

    I hope you and Ka Spel make more music together. This is gorgeous and tragic and honest and I love it. Thank you.

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    Wow it should be so more interesting and i think most of the viewers should be like this work so more. For more better conclusion we need to make a better starting with this suggestion.


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