‘I haven’t seen Dummy Jim yet, but if this soundtrack is any indication, it must be a truly unconventional and memorable film. With the aid of bizarre instrument builder Sarah Kenchington, Daniel Padden and his cohorts have created a kaleidoscopic collision of traditional Anglo-folk, free jazz, drone, and deep-seated eccentricity that sounds like absolutely no one else.’ Full Review from Anthony D’Amico.
This unusual suite of works inspired by James Duthie’s journal I Cycled Into The Arctic Circle will form the basis of the soundtrack to my next feature film.
Get in there early and explore.
There’s to be another concert with The One Ensemble & Sarah Kenchington at STEREO in Glasgow on Friday 18th December at 2000h. It will cost you just £3 to come in. It’s an expanded cinema event.
This message came through following the concerts in November:
‘The show was spectacular, brilliant, haven’t been so excited by the simple act of putting sound and pictures together live for ages!’
Duthie, a profoundly deaf Aberdeenshire man (affectionately known as Dummy Jim), cycled solo on a 3000 mile return trip to the far north of Europe in 1951. Sadly he was killed in a mysterious road accident in 1965.
According to a cousin, 85 year old Joy Buchan, he set off on his adventure with just a couple of jumpers, a blanket & a pair of ‘khaki knickers’ with only £12 in the pocket.