Today Bread, Tomorrow Secrets is slanted decidedly toward Ian Hodgson's ambient and ethereal side. When it does slip into beat-mode, the grooves are unusual: Ian tinkered with his PS2's time function and ended up with something like 6/8. A "Rococo" feel, according to his friend Sarah Angliss (composer, robot maker, thereminist, historian of sound technology) who also supplied recorder samples for the album.
Today Bread, Tomorrow Secrets comes in significantly different compact disc and vinyl versions, with some tracks not on CD and some tracks not on the vinyl.
This is a video for a track from the LP.
And this is a video for a track from the compact disc.
Today Bread, Tomorrow Secrets -- ruddy splendid.
Today Bread, Tomorrow Secrets -- the perfect stocking filler
(well, if you get the CD)