13 Sep 2014
Kevin Hewick - All Was Numbered 
Kevin Hewick - All Was Numbered

Kevin Hewick's Factory Records-inspired mini-album All Was Numbered is finally available to buy on CD via Hacienda Records following the download-only version of 2012.

The album, which is Kevin's 'singing book' to the history and legacy of Factory Records and which includes elegies to Tony Wilson and Larry Cassidy, was recorded at Deadline Studios in Leicester in December/January 2011/12.

The CD features liner notes by Paul Morley.

Tracklisting

1. Now Is Then
2. FAC 501
3. Overshadowplaying
4. Memory Stone
5. Out Of Order
6. Larry
7. French Jazz Station
8. Then Is Now
9. Now Is Then (2014 Edit)

Read more about All Was Numbered at kevinhewick.co.uk.

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