I guess the first thing I should say about Two Nights is that it was my first experiment at playing 'live', albeit in the studio. I set up some synths, a sequencer, a drum machine and some basic effects and, with a vague plan in mind, picked up a guitar and pressed 'record'.
I did this on two consecutive nights (hence the clever title) and what you hear is exactly what happened, no overdubs and no editing, which explains the bum notes here and there. I enjoyed the experience and had some idea about perhaps doing it in public, bt several things occured which put things on hold for a while.
17 years later, I finally got round to playing live in public. And it sounded nothing like this. But I'm still doing it.
Some people never learn.....
This was originally released on cassette by ICR in 1982, on CD by Ultra Mail Prod. as part of the Ancient History boxset, on vinyl by Deep Distance in 2013 and on cassette again in 2014.