Thanks to Denim Bridges, all the tracks recorded by TEB in Balham studios are still available and could be published in the future.
|"The Dragon Wakes" ad on "Melody Maker".|
About the matter of TEB tracks' titles, Bridges did write that "the problem with much of our discussion is that sometimes the same (or very similar) piece of music had different titles. The piece "Eternity in D" was called "Genetic Octopogillar Goo", which was also used, at one time, for "The discrimination against Runny Custard", which I call "Custard" for short but "Discrimination" is a more appropriate title. "Discrimination" is now the title, ok? "Eternity in D" musically had nothing to do with the poem of the same title on your archive. Another example of using the same title for different things. To the converse the same (or very similar) piece had the same title...".
So we can only hope one day to have a 'new' TEB album in our cd player...