Demo Tracks and Info
The Missing Albums (double)
The two early Robert Fox albums -“Far Distant Shores” and “Voices from the Inner Ear” were originally written and recorded during 1988 and 1990, well before his 1991 debut CD ‘Asfafa’. The music was actually ‘lost’ and then rediscovered for this remastered release, ‘The Missing Albums’, in 2001.
There are strong emotional overtones here; Robert (like his close friend and AD label boss David Wright) was to lose his wife to cancer around this time and that terrible personal tragedy is strongly reflected in the music. Indeed, that is partly why this music lay around unreleased for so many years.
For Robert Fox fans, the 2 albums presented here are a treasure trove, a collectable ‘Must Have’. They chart the beginning of the Robert Fox musical journey and present some stunning ‘pre Asfafa’ music – music that was to become his trademark ‘Master of the grand soundscapes’ style and was define his early output. Highly recommended.
Available to download or as a duplicated CD Double. Check out our FAQ page for more information.
Shipping Costs for CDs
Delivery costs are weight based….
UK 1st Class
- 1 CD £1.75
- 2 CDs £1.95
- 3 CDs £2.95
- 4 or more CDs £3.95
Europe and Ireland – 1st Class AirMail
- 1 CD £2.75
- 2 CDs £3.75
- 3 CDs £4.50
- 4 CDs £5.50
- 5 or more CDs £6.95
North and South America – 1st Class AirMail
- 1 CD £4.75
- 2 CDs £6.95
- 3 CDs £8.95
- 4 CDs £10.95
- 5 or more CDs £12.95
Rest of the World 1st Class Airmail
- 1 CD £4.75
- 2 CDs £5.95
- 3 CDs £7.75
- 4 CDs £8.75
- 5 or more CDs £9.95
Our ‘time to ship’ from the placing of your order is “immediate to 48 hours”, dependent only on whether you place your order on a weekday or at the weekend. We deliver anywhere in the world; usually 2-5 days in the UK, 5-10 days to Europe and 7-10 for the USA and the rest of the world.
MP3 and Flac files are available for download immediately after payment. You will receive an email containing links to download the zip files.
If you have any issues downloading, please contact us and we’ll re-send the download links.
Note to iOS uses
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Alternatively, there are apps in the Apple App store that will open zip files directly on your iOS device (iPhone/iPad).