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St Anthony – An Ode To Anthony H Wilson (Original Video) Credits:
Artist: Mike Garry & Joe Duddell
Title: St Anthony – An Ode To Anthony H Wilson
Words By Mike Garry © 2007
Musical Arrangement By Joe Duddell © 2013
Music Inspired By “Your Silent Face” By New Order. Published By Be Music. All Rights Administered By Warner / Chappell Music Ltd.
Track Recorded, Engineered, Mixed & Mastered By Phil Bulleyment At Edwin St. Recording Studio, Bury, Manchester.
Strings by Cassia String Quartet: Violin By Amy Welch, Violin By Tory Clarke, Viola By Laurie Dempsey, Cello By Joshua Lynch.
The Copyright In This Sound & Visual Recording Is Owned By Skinny Dog Records Ltd. All rights reserved.
All Proceeds Go To The Christie Charitable Fund. Registered Charity No.1049751.
John Cooper Clarke
A Soup Collective Film
Director: Mark Thomas
DoP: Percy Dean
Animation: Alex Hindle
Make up: Katy Brody
DiT: Sian Rolland
Editors: Sian Rolland, Gwen Osmond, Esme Seddon, Kelsie Mills & Mark Thomas.
Producers: Mike Garry, Ali Hudson & Peter Jobson.
Filmed At The Sharp Project in Manchester supported by Rose Marley and Tom Clarke
Unit directors, Manchester: Mat Norman & Michael Wray
Additional filming MJS Collective in London.
Unit Directors, London: Wayne A. W. Bentley & Mike Simpson At Bentley, Bentley & Bentley.
SharpFutures runner Dom Corry
Steve Coogan filmed By Baby Cow Productions.
John Cooper Clarke filmed by Keith Jobling
Additional US footage: Sean Walker
Thanks to Darren Fletcher at ELP Manchester and Drop City for their production support.
Today (August 10) marks the anniversary of Tony Wilson's death; the Factory Records founder passed away in 2007. As an homage to the legendary label owner, Manchester musician Joe Duddell and poet Mike Garry have teamed up for a song titled "St. Anthony : An Ode to Anthony H Wilson" and it's received some high-profile cameos in the accompanying video.
New Order's Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert make appearances, as do Iggy Pop, Mark E. Smith and Steve Coogan, who played Wilson in the mockumentary 24 Hour Party People.
The track will be released as a single on August 14 through Skinny Dog, with proceeds going to the Christie Charitable Fund.
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