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Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Dalis Car - The Judgment is the Mirror

Mick Karn and Pete Murphy only made one album entitled 'The Waking Hour' and from that album there was just the one single called ' The Judgement is the Mirror'.
Released in 1984 the single only made it to number 66 in the UK Singles Chart. The band then dispanded.
In 2010 Pete Murphey anounced that he was going to be again working with Mick Karn on a follow up project. Some work was completed on this but the project was not completed before the death of Mick earlier this month.

Click below to download the following:

The Tube Interview
Single Version
Hi Places - B-Side 1
Lifelong Moment - B-Side 2


Dalis Car - The Judgment is the Mirror - Video


  1. Wow ... amazing. I've never heard those two b-side instrumentals, thanks for posting them! I remember the first time I heard "The Waking Hour", some time in the late '80s a school friend played it for me, it was the first time I heard both Peter Murphy's vocals and Mick Karn's bass playing. I was floored. The EP with the newly recorded work should be out later this year—very much looking forward to that. RIP Mick Karn.

  2. The track was a hit. Also, it's well recorded.