The17 (2003 – 2016)

Notice: This page is meant to compile various of Bill Drummond’s projects which all evolved from or contributed to the choir that is known as The17. This includes No Music Day (2005) and the documentary Imagine Waking Up Tomorrow… (2015/16).

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Image of "19 Raptures", edited by Neal Brown

19 Raptures

19 Raptures is an edition of 502 numbered copies, each containing nineteen leaflets, by nineteen different authors writing on the subject of addiction, obsession and compulsion. The first 52 copies of this edition were housed in a custom slipcase bound by Tangerine Press, with a cover design by Bella Freud….

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Totally Wired: Post-Punk Interviews And Overviews

Features a 14-page interview with Bill Drummond about the Zoo Records label and its roster of artists.  

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Cairnsmore Of Fleet

Finished but unreleased book by Bill Drummond. Small bits of information about the book could be found on the Penkiln Burn website.

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Imajine

This paperback book is about earthquake, Haiti, being alive, watching people die, running, the end of the world, hope, fear, praying, surviving, struggle, corruption and trust. But more importantly it contains words not mediated through the mind of a western journalist but the words of a young man called Claudel…

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Scores 18 – 76

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Stay Here & Make Art

Released on Penkiln Burn, this is one of the very few books not written by Bill Drummond but featuring one of his contributions.

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Pamphlets

Pamphlets written by Bill Drummond. Due to their sheer number they deserve their own subsection. Many of these were only available at special events, making some of them much rarer than others.

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Damascus In London (Pamphlet No. 32)

This pamphlet has been specifically published to celebrate the performance of Score 328: SURROUND in London 18 March 2012

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The Liverpool Cake Circle (Pamphlet No. 31)

This pamphlet has been specifically published to celebrate the construction of the Liverpool Cake Circle

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