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Thought I would pass this on to everyone.  I never saw this LP as having a mysterious aspect to it but It came during a period of daily meditation.  A. Wartts
Dear Andrew,
 
A few weeks ago I contacted Eothen from Now Again to see if there was a way that I could get in touch with you, he sent us both a message with our email addresses introducing one another.
 
The reason I decided to contact him is because I have fallen in love with There Is A God Somewhere. It’s such an unusual and beautiful record, and full of mysteries for me. I’m a musician and self-taught producer, and I love the way your album sounds, and the whole atmosphere of the record. I wanted to get in touch with you to ask you whatever I can about the process of the recording, and If there’s any equipment or recording techniques that you used or can remember that might be useful or inspire my own music.
 
From what i’ve been able to find online it sounds like the recording took place in 1980. This is another interesting aspect for me, since it has a very vintage sound for the time, reminiscent of recordings from the late 60’s/early 70’s, and yet in a certain way sounds completely unique and hard to place in time. I wanted to ask what you remember of the type of equipment and methods you used at the time, or really anything about the recording. 1980 was a long time ago, and i’m sure these are not the kind of details that stay in mind, but believe me when I say that anything you’re able to share with me will be greatly appreciated.
 
Thank you for your time and for the inspiration, i’m so glad your record is finally getting the wider audience and appreciation that it deserves.
 
Hope things are good with you, all the best,
 
Hal.