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Then, despite being signed to Capitol Records in North America, all attempts to tour there were prevented when the band were refused visas. Many people, on both sides of the Atlantic, believed that this was for political reasons although this was never possible to prove.
Instead, that autumn NMA set out on their first long tour of the European mainland, which unlike many UK acts, they found much to their liking, and later a trip to Japan. The year ended with yet another UK tour in support of a newly recorded EP: Though relations between band and producer were often difficult, Justin recalls the sessions as "the biggest musical learning curve of my life". Outside Britain, their name was slowly becoming known and in December of , they finally made a first short tour of America.
She had previously made spoken word albums and a series of EPs with Jah Wobble but it was inevitable that she would collaborate with NMA.
The album "Hex" was recorded at the very special Sawmills Studio, a unique place in Cornwall, only reachable at high tide by boat.
Although the studio is now well known, at that time it was infrequently used and accommodation was in primitive cabins deep in the woods. From this new setting, and freed from the pressures of "being New Model Army", Justin and Robert were able to explore all kinds of ideas and musical avenues that their experience with Glyn Johns had opened up. Much of the writing of "Hex" had been done using samplers and the use of this new tool continued to take the band in unexpected directions.
That summer they recorded the "Whitecoats" EP with its ecological lyric and mystical atmosphere. The same summer, Red Sky Coven was born out of a group of friends who shared these interests and ideas. Together, the foursome decided to create a performance based on this friendship, a unique show which continues to tour on an occasional basis. From time to time, the band added their friend Ricky Warwick as a second guitarist and also enlisted Mark Feltham, the legendary harmonica player who had graced "The Ghost Of Cain" and "Hex" to join them.
At the very end of the year and the beginning of , they returned to the Sawmills for two more inspired writing sessions, which laid the foundations for "Thunder and Consolation". The following months, though, were far more difficult, while NMA chose a producer, another music legend - Tom Dowd - and set about recording the album.
It was a long drawn-out process and relationships between band members became increasingly strained, only really maintained by the knowledge that they were making something truly special. The album brought critical praise and new levels of commercial success and the band toured Europe and North America, joined by Ed Alleyne Johnson playing electric violin and keyboards and Chris Mclaughlin on guitar.
However, despite the success, relationships at the heart of the band had not really mended and even after Jason Harris left that summer, stresses remained. By autumn Justin and Robert were back in the Sawmills working towards another album and, in the new year, they were joined by a new and still current bass player, Nelson, previously of a number of East Anglian cult bands, and a new second guitarist, Adrian Portas from Sheffield.
The new musicians brought a stronger atmosphere to the touring band while, in the studio, Justin and Robert continued to explore different musical ideas.
Partly self-produced, "Impurity" was finally finished and mixed by Pat Collier in the summer of In mid, "Raw Melody Men", a live album from the tour, was put together and released. Unusually, given the history of the music business, the relationship between band and record company had always remained cordial but had now simply grown stale.
There were minor dissatisfactions on both sides and, after lengthy negotiations, it was agreed to simply terminate the contract. The band was not short of new record company offers and eventually chose Epic, for reasons to do with support in the US. Outside Britain though, much was changed: Just as folk-rock, pioneered and inspired in part by NMA, became a fashionable and commercial sound, the band made a deliberate move away from it and straight and into guitar-driven rock music.
Replacing Adrian with Dave Blomberg on guitar, they embarked on the album tour and the European section featured their most successful concerts yet. Worse still, they found themselves caught in corporate dispute between London and New York, which was in no way related to them. By June, the band found themselves on an exhaustive US tour, in which they had invested much of their own money, with no support of any kind from Epic or any other source.
The tour featured many outstanding concerts but it was a bittersweet experience. By the end of the summer, it had been agreed that there should be a year off for everyone to rest and consider the future, while the contract with Epic was quickly terminated.
Ed Alleyne Johnson followed up his first solo album "The Purple Electric Violin Concerto" which had been so successful with a second entitled "Ultraviolet". After the year was up, Justin and Robert tentatively began work on a new project and in December , the band with Dean White on keyboards replacing Ed Alleyne Johnson reassembled to play a short series of concerts.
However, the next two years were lost while Justin and Robert, plagued by ill health and personal-life distractions tried unsuccessfully to pin down hundreds of new musical ideas into an album.
It became increasingly obvious to both of them and everyone else in and around the band that they were now on very different musical paths. He enlisted producer Simon Dawson to help finish the project and by the autumn "Strange Brotherhood" was completed.
During the mixing, it was agreed that Justin and Robert would go their separate ways after the tour. Then, suddenly Robert was diagnosed as having a brain tumour, and though the operation to remove it was successful, any prospect of touring was impossible.
So he suggested that his place be taken by Michael Dean, a young drummer who had been working as his technician since Having watched Robert for some years, Michael was immediately comfortable with the role of drummer and with all other aspects of the band. The "Strange Brotherhood" tour began in the spring of and, happy to be back on the road at last, for the first couple of months, the band embarked on an ambitious programme of doing two sets each night, a 50 minute acoustic set followed by a full 90 minute rock.
The tour continued on and off through to the end of the year.
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