Latest News

New album available called Singular.

Now performing as Three Corners:

"Three Corners are back playing live and though it might be hard to beat the 100th Acoustic Plus, we’ve got gigs coming up…"

‘THREE IS THE MAGIC NUMBER’
featuring
Three Corners, Molly Ross, Gum Girl
Friday 8th July at The Granary, 8 – 11pm
Three acts from the team that brought you Acoustic Plus. Three things in common: original songs, haunting vocals, mesmeric music. Three differences: a band, a piano, electronic trance-like beats. Three quotes: “a cornucopia of sound”, “unique and captivating”, “shimmering with sonic radiance”.
Three clicks on Soundcloud:
https://soundcloud.com/molly_ross
https://soundcloud.com/thegumgirl
https://soundcloud.com/three-corners

Three - it’s the magic gig!

For more details, see http://www.soundcloud.com/three-corners or drop them a line at stoneagegenes@gmail.com

Also, who saw Justin Adams performing with Robert Plant at Glastonbury this summer (2014)?! Pics to follow!

Latest News - 2010

Great new album from Caroline & Nick as "3corners". It's called "Express"

For more details, see http://www.soundcloud.com/three-corners

Latest News - 2008

Great news from Caroline & Nick:

"Hi,

It's a long time since we made some new music together (the last Impossible Dreamers release was in 1987), but we are thrilled to announce that the new CD by our band three corners is out now.

"stone age genes in the digital era" is a limited edition on our own label (a merciful release) and we thought you might like to hear what we've been up to, which you can do at our website http://www.threecorners.co.uk/ and at http://www.myspace.com/threecornersmusic.

There are songs and samples from the album on both sites. If you like what you hear, please treat yourself to a CD, which costs £10 including post and packing worldwide. You can also leave comments on the 'guestbook' page of the website.

You can buy the cd on-line using the 'add to basket' link (via Paypal, but you don't have to be a Paypal member to use it). If you prefer to buy off-line, please send us an email via the website and we'll send you details.

We hope you enjoy the music!

Caroline & Nick"

[Note from webmaster: I've heard some of the tracks, and they're absolutely great, really hypnotic. Have a listen - you won't be disappointed!!!

Miscellaneous Dreamers

Although the Imps started off as several friends at Exeter University (c1980), by the time of This House Built On Sand it was a quartet; Nick Waterhouse (gtr, vox)/Caroline Radcliffe (vox, oboe)/Justin Adams (gtr)/Fred Hood (drums). (who was playing bass, then?). Ironically, Justin & Fred were originally in "rival" Exeter band, The Syndromes.

They recorded for major record label RCA, played loads of gigs all over, and were covered by the NME (below is from January 22nd 1983) and other magazines:

The quartet stayed together until the late 1980s. But what are they doing now? Take a look:



The Fantasy album

...but if they made a compilation CD of The Impossible Dreamers work, what would be on it. Here is my list (amended March 2003) - email me yours. I've called this compilation Fantasy, as that is all it is presently...although when you think about it, it's not a bad name for an album by a band called Impossible Dreamers. Maybe one day it'll turn into a reality, but would Reality be a better name?

Fantasy

Running For cover (single)
I Had Love In My Hands (single)
August Avenue (12" single)
Life On Earth (12" single)
This House Built On Sand (single)
Say Goodbye to No One (single)
Spin (12" single)
He's Coming Down (b-side)
Always out for love (b-side)
When You Find Your Lover Gone (b-side)
Seven Hurts (b-side)
Wayfaring Stranger (b-side)
This Land of Woe (b-side)
Rainbow Warrior (b-side)
The Twisted Shapes of all my mistakes (b-side)
Running for cover (12" mix)
Books Books Books (single)

but nothing from the Rhythm Section album. Am I wrong?! OK, I'll give it another listen

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