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FR009 | One Day Too Long


The album One Day Too Long was written and recorded in just 36 hours by a group of ten men at the category C prison, HMP The Mount. All tracks were written by the group and put to music collectively with the help of Creative Director, Robin Harris; Project Leader, Ben Henry Edwards; music engineer, Will Worsley and five guest musicians.


Nine participants worked towards the BTEC certificate ‘Supporting Employability and Personal Effectiveness’. All of them passed.



Musicians: Babajide, Gary, George, Glen, Jeffrey, Omar, Paul, Ross, Tristian, Victor

Creative Director: Robin Harris

Project Leader: Ben Henry Edwards

Guest musicians: Nathan Allen, Sean Allen, Isobel Anderson, Ben Hughes, Jessica Greenfield

Music Engineer: Will Worsley (field engineer & mixing)

Producer: Emily Vermont

Photography: William J Eckersley

Design: Liam Parker Design

Special thanks to: All staff at HMP Mount, in particular David Towse and Sarah Cross; Sam Proctor (Senior Lecturer, University of West London)

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