- 1. Prelude (Somewhere Over The Rainbow) 0.55 212 plays
- 2. Victoria 3.26 180 plays
- 3. Clapham Junction 6.58 138 plays
- 4. East Croydon 9.51 1557 plays
- 5. Sanderstead 4.58 76 plays
- 6. Riddlesdown 3.04 58 plays
- 7. Upper Warlingham 3.45 269 plays
- 8. Woldingham 4.10 692 plays
- 9. Oxted 5.10 59 plays
- 10. Hurst Green 3.07 90 plays
- 11. Lingfield 5.22 52 plays
- 12. Dormans 3.50 341 plays
- 13. East Grinstead 5.14 332 plays
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An album made in truly unique circumstances and the first of its kind. A concept album in its purest form, this cinematic trip was written and recorded on the train journey from London Victoria to East Grinstead and back over the course of a year.
Armed with a laptop, iPad, small keyboard and a good pair of headphones, Steve Spiro AKA Frequent Traveller transformed the train into his recording studio, fusing soundtrack-esque electronica with traditional organic instruments, poetry and sound design.
Steve Spiro started his musical career as a record producer and remixer, working with artists including the Pet Shop Boys, Talk Talk, The Farm and Imagination. Spiro then went on to work with Paul McCartney's keyboard player Wix, together they created the BBC theme tune for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, which was picked up by EMI & and went on to be a UK hit. They also scored the music for the clay-mation feature Hamilton Mattress, produced by the makers of Wallace and Gromit.
Spiro has also written music for many high-profile TV adverts and programs including Sex and the City and Six Feet Under.
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