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Re: Les Triaboliques @ St Ethelburga's on Thur Nov 18th

From: Wallee Mc D.
Sent on: Thursday, November 11, 2010 4:38 PM
 We're delighted to welcome, Justin Adams, Ben Mandelson and Lou Edmonds;  Les Triabolique to St Ethelburga's on the London leg of their 'Rivermudtwilight' tour.
Les Triaboliques @ St Ethelburga's Nov 18th
Les Triaboliques unites three of the UK's most inventive guitarists into one guitar super group. Combining their impressive musical backgrounds, the trio showcase their astonishing instrumental work on guitar, mandolin, Turkish saz and c��mb����
The definitive backroom boys step forward with their "Rivermudtwilight" tour brings them to St Ethelburga's Centre on Nov 18th 



Justin Adams, Lu Edmonds & Ben Mandelson are Lest Triaboliques.
Les Triaboliques blend Justine���s desert-blues-soaked guitars with Lu���s Turkadelic saz and c��mb���� and Ben���s mandolin/barizouki world-string- theories. Amplifiers, air, hands and voices at the ready to bring that famed Rivermudtwilight to you.

The definitive backroom boys step forward out of the session guitar crypt and into the murky glare that is dukore. Muddied but unbow���d the sultans of string have twanged their way through some the great rock bands of our age. Now, at last, they unleash rivermudtwilight on an unexpected public.

Doors open: 6.45

Music: 7.30

Adm: ��12


email: [address removed]


The Three Duskateers

���Lu��� Edmonds is a musician, composer, producer, activist, and linguist. Edmunds played with Public Image Ltd, The Damned, The Sizzles and The Mekons a well as on tracks by Shrieback, Billy Bragg, The Waterboys and Kirsty MacColl.
He also played various strange instruments in Szegerely���s finest, the 3 Mustaphas 3, as Uncle Patrel Mustapha Bin Mustapha (one of his pseudonyms). Edmonds plays guitar, bass, keyboards, bass-pulur, bozok, bouzouki, saz, cumbus, ud, Norwegian flute, tungur and drums and bagpipes.

Ben Mandelson met future Buzzcocks and Magazine front man, Howard Devoto at eh the Bolton Institute on Technology in the mid-1970���s. When punk emerged, he formed and guitared in the Brighton proto���punkers Amazorblades and recorded for Chiswick. In 1981, he joined Magazine and player on their last album Magic, Murder and The Weather. When Magazine split, he joined, The Mekons and after a period of touring with Kamaru���s Kikuyu Revue in the Kenyan mountains, co-founded African power pop trailblazers Orkestra Mamira, bonkers band 3 Mustaphas 3 and more or less single headedly created world music. He now produces (any number of bands including the Klezmatics and Bellowhead) and is one of Billy Bragg���s Blokes.

Justin Adams is one of today���s most creative and interesting guitarists and composers. He has unmatched knowledge of both blues and African styles which he has been developing for 20 yrs. He co-wrote the Robert Plant album ���Mighty Rearranger���, released in 205 to rave reviews, and is also a renowned producer. His world with Saharan desert blues sensation Tinariwen, whose 1st and 3rd albums he produced, Robert Plant���s Strange Sensation band, and collaborations with Brian Eno, Jah Wobble, LO���JO as well as his musicians from African, Arabic, and Irish traditions have all contributed t his unique style.


St Ethelburga's Centre

78 Bishopsgate





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