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Pea Soup Limited Edition 7″ Vinyl Mini-Album

This is a limited edition 7” vinyl release of 100 copies that runs at 33⅓ R.P.M., and has five tracks on each side, the shortest of which is 5 seconds long. The sleeves are hand-stamped and signed. See photographs for details, and please note these are hand made items and each one may have imperfections as part of the process. The black and white stamped version, numbered 21-100, costs £12.00 plus P&P (UK: £2.20, Europe: £4.80, Rest of World: £6.00).

20 copies will have the front ‘Pea Soup’ design hand-coloured in green Windsor and Newton ink (as above) by Helen McCookerybook, and numbered from 1-20; these will be priced at £20.00 plus P&P. Please select from the drop down if you want one of these copies. Strictly limited to 20 copies. SOLD OUT.

Includes free digital download codes.

Edition of 100.

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Track Lisitng

Hare Today

1. A Song Doesn’t Have To Be Long – 00:13
2. Degas – 01:53
3. Champagne Friend – 01:24
4. Three Of Them – 01:24
5. Hare – 00:53

Gone Tomorrow

1. Start At The End – 01:35
2. The Song Of The Baby And The Old, Old Man – 01:59
3. Blues In ‘O’ – 00:05
4. Swifts – 02:00
5. Bad Girl – 00:54


The name Pea Soup came from the Austrian guitarist Robert Rotifer, who named my beautiful green Gretsch guitar ‘The Pea Souper’ after London fog in Victorian times. I call her the Green Goddess.

There will be 100 7″ high quality vinyl copies with hand-stamped and coloured sleeves.

Every track is less that 2 minutes long to make this a miniature album, mixed and mastered to the highest standards but produced as DIY as I could do it. Just like the Elizabethan miniature painters that I love so much (inspiration for the bIg song logo).

Released on 29th February 2020.
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NOTE: If you just want the Digital Download for £5 (£6 incl. VAT in UK), go to Bandcamp.