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The much anticipated re-release of BJ’s legendary 1973 album'The New Hovering Dog' entirely remastered from original tapes... As BJ says “It's not sounded this good since I mixed it at Lansdowne Studios in 1972.”

This was BJ’s first solo album, originally released in 1973 and until now never released on CD. After three albums with rock band Cochise, BJ broke away to create a more experimental album combining, vocals, orchestrations and electronics. A strong cast of guests including Danny Thompson, Mike Giles (King Crimson), Francis Monkman (Curved Air), Robert Kirby (Nick Drake), Bill LeSage and Graham Preskett. This release includes two bonus instrumental tracks recorded in 1977 on BJ’s own Cow Pie label, featuring John (Rabbit) Bundrick (Free/The Who) on keyboards.

Transparent Music 2 is the long-awaited follow-up to the ground-breaking Transparent Music of 1989.
Nine ambient compositions crafted over several years by BJ with long time collaborator Guy Jackson.
There are unique guest appearances including Davy Spillane the Uileann pipes supremo, Arve Henriksen the Norwegian trumpet virtuoso, Mo Foster the renowned bassist and Michael Messer the legendary
slide guitarist.
£12.99 £10
Full 09 track album in lossless CD Quality 44k Audio WAV files
Includes cover art and exclusive 10 page PDF book. Listen
£10 £5
Full 09 track album in high quality MP3
Includes cover art and exclusive 10 page PDF book. Listen
DELUXE DIGIPAK CD (Signed by BJ and Guy)
£14 £10
Full 09 track album in 6 page digipak format.
Each is individually signed by BJ and Guy. Listen
Transparent Music CD
Reissue of BJ's 1989 ambient masterpiece features interpretations of Ravel, Debussy's Clair De Lune and Satie Gnossiennes. Outstanding guest musicians include Danny Thompson and Gavin Harrison.
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CD (Digipack) £8.00
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Sting described BJ Cole as the best pedal steel player in the world.

In a career stretching back to the mid-Sixties BJs recording credits read like a Who's Who of rock music, to name a few: Elton John, Marc Bolan, Sting, Robbie Williams, REM, Bjork, Jerry Lee Lewis, Shania Twain, The Verve, Depeche Mode, Beck, Elvis Costello, Deacon Blue, David Gilmour, David Gray, Groove Armada, Emmyloo Harris, Jools Holland, KD Lang, Moody Blues, Pet Shop Boys, Robert Plant, Squeeze, The Stranglers, Scott Walker.

BJ has carved a reputation as the supreme innovator with his instrument, a unique talent in adapting and pushing the pedal steel across numerous genres of music.

As an independent artist BJ is involved in many projects and has produced a number of acclaimed albums. Visit BJs website at www.bjcole.co.uk.