Record Of Wrongs

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Thursday 2nd July 2015

Kato's Keith Ayling reinvents himself as Mister Keith

BRITISH singer, songwriter, animator and the originator of "Victorian chamber pop" Mister Keith released his album 'Record Of Wrongs' on 22nd June in CD and vinyl formats. Mister Keith, otherwise known as Keith Ayling, was for many years the popular frontman of Kato. 'Record Of Wrongs' was produced by Dave Izumi (Duke Special, Luke Sital-Singh) and features such guests as clarinettist Ben Castle and the Eastbourne Salvation Army Band. Read a press release, "The album was written in suitably thoughtful locations such as Corsham Court and during midnight walks through the town of Lewes, inspired by a selection of old movies, books and family history - which included the discovery that Mister Keith is related to Victorian hymn-writer W G Collins (1854-1931), founder of Guildford Corps and an ironmonger by trade." CR

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