The Moratorium Of Cape Wrath

The Cape Wrath contract was conceived in a Little Chef diner at Newtonmore (just outside Aviemore in the Highlands), the morning after Friday’s Glasgow showings of WTKFBAMQ and the Pissing in the Wind episode. Bill and Jimmy appeared to be fed up with the reactions they were receiving to the…

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Blacksmoke (2002 – 2008)

The Blacksmoke Organization was a self-proclaimed ‘occasional art collective and musical group’ consisting of Jimmy Cauty, James Fogarty (of Ewigkeit & In The Woods) and manager Keir. Cauty had already been working with Fogarty’s brother during the early 90s, but when Jimmy moved to Brighton around 2000 he was looking…

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Post-Terrorist Modernism

The Post-Terrorist Modernism EP was a free 4-track EP released by Jimmy Cauty and James Fogarty as The Blacksmoke Organization in November 2003. During 2003 the self-titled “occasional art collective and musical group” had already shared various tracks for download through their website. The EP was first teased when Blacksmoke…

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Cover of Bill Drummond's "45" (1st Edition)

45

45 compiles some of Bill’s short stories previously released in From The Shores Of Lake Placid and adds a wide range of new ones as well. Although being an episodic autobiography of Bill first and foremost, he also talks about some of their KLF/JAMS exploits, most notably the recording of…

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"K Foundation Burn A Million Quid" (Front) by Gimpo & Chris Brook

K Foundation Burn A Million Quid

K Foundation Burn A Million Quid is an excellent good book covering the infamous burning on the Isle of Jura, featuring many pictures taken from the film, countless quotes from people who watched it afterwards, and some interesting essays by various people on the topic of money in general.

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