The CD is ready at last and I’m really happy with it. There are the three songs: Time Goes, New Red Hat and Pandora’s Box recorded at Jorge Muñoz Cobo's Circo Perrotti studio and a further six songs: Somewhere Else, Tit for Tat, Manipulador, Fragile, Self Inanity and Strange Times recorded in the red house and mastered by Jorge. Why a CD? Seems to be a common question nowadays. Even my Dad has put all his music into the clouds and got rid of his CDs. Well, after all the time and effort and money put into these recordings, I wanted something tangible, something concrete that I could hold in my hands. I still buy CDs, I like to study the artwork, read the cover notes, perform the ritual of putting the disc in the machine and listening to the album as it was meant to be played: the order and dynamics of the songs as originally intended and not some Spotified collection of music shuffled randomly according to some algorithm written by some spotified geek in California. With our CD you get the full package: songs, balances and artwork (brilliantly designed by Maggie and Colin) and not just a few megabytes sitting in your hard drive, a group of ones and zeroes to go along with all the other ones and zeroes. I think you can teach an old dog some new tricks (and we are a bunch of old dogs) but sometimes the old dog still prefers his old tricks. When I first started recording in the late ‘80s, you finished up with a cassette or vinyl, then later CDs, and I still have all those, albeit stuffed in a box collecting dust and spider webs. The point is that I do still have them and if my computer packs up tomorrow I’ll still have them.