Gordon Crosse :: in conversation 
Recorded August 2014 with Mark Hewitt and Marc Yeats
For a full introduction to the interviews please see Gordon Crosse :: in conversation 
All the interviews can be found here
At well over an hour, this is the longest interview in the series.
On our last trip to Gordon’s it occurred to Mark that we should capture some of the conversations Gordon, Mark and I had about music and life, to share with others, not least because there is a lot of interest in Gordon’s music and life as a composer and very little information about him in recent years. Mark and I talked about this with Gordon and all were in agreement it would be a good idea to proceed.
There is nothing academic or staged about these interviews. To avoid any formality we decided to adopt a conversational format, over several glasses of wine with an iPhone voice recorder left on the table – to record. The series of four conversations that followed are unedited; clanks, bangs, rattles, pops, jokes, conversation, laughter and all. They are rough and ready but to their advantage, natural, unselfconscious outpourings of life, music and more.
We hope you enjoy them.