1987.The Dots were strangely deflated after the completion of their last album ,"Island of Jewels",as it just didn't seem to deliver what was promised (although I'd argue that it sounds better as years march on).
The result was an intense few month where all members created personal demos and at a long (and merry ) meeting the demos were heard and (gulp!) judged!
Everybody wrote something musically for Any Day Now and the result was one of the band's strongest records.
Helping the recordings was the set-up of rented studio equipment at Niels' barn in a remote part of Holland and a truly wonderful month of sunshine.
Jason chose to sleep outside in a hammock and still probably carries the scars of a thousand mosquito bites. Hans myre did a fine job in the engineering department.
Raymond's 2012 remaster of "Any day Now" is also set for physical release sometime in the future ,but as no date can yet be set, the decision was made to upload the album to Bandcamp.
released 29 September 2012
Stret majest Alarme:guitars;Jason salmon:bass;Edward Ka-Spel:vox,keys;The Silverman:keys;Graham Whitehead:keys; Patrick Q.Wright:violins;Hans Myre:sound;Tony Copier:guest drummer;Marylou:ladyvox