Conspiracy Theories is the first track of the CD by the same name. Here is Phil’s introduction to this CD. “The release of this CD introduces some new faces to the line-up of In Cahoots: the new brass duo of Simon Finch on Trumpet and Simon Picard on sax have been gigging with the group for a couple of years, whereas Annie Whitehead, guesting here for the first time,has yet to join us live on stage. Didier Malherbe with whom I last gigged in Short Wave with Pip Pyle and Hugh Hopper, re-appears here on soprano sax, flute, doudouk and ocarina. Some more familiar faces: Doug Boyle of Caravan makes a welcome appearance on guitar as does my mate from Hatfield and The North Richard Sinclair on bass guitar. Dave Stewart and Barbara Gaskin make a welcome contribution once more, alas only onrecord, never on stage. As always, Fred Baker on bass. Pete Lemer on keyboards and Mark Fletcher on drums are the ever present backbone of the band. And they are all fantastic” Phil Miller, London October 2006
2009 In Cahoots: Phil Miller guitar, Peter Lemer keyboards, Fred Baker bass guitar, Paul Booth tenor and soprano sax, Mark Armstrong trumpet and flugelhorn, Mark Fletcher drums.
Vortex Jazz Club, London 10 November 2009
2004 In Cahoots: Phil Miller guitar and synth guitar. Fred Baker bass. Mark Fletcher drums. Peter Lemer keyboards. Didier Malherbe soprano sax, flute, doudouk. Simon Picard tenor sax. Annie Whitehead trombone.
Eastcote Studios, London. Engineered by Philip Bagenal. Mixed by Phil Miller and Benjamin LeFevre 2005
2008 In Cahoots: Phil Miller guitar, Pete Lemer keyboards, Fred Baker bass, Mark Fletcher drums, Simon Picard sax, Sarah Gail Brand trombone.
Vortex Jazz Club, London. 10 June 2008.
2005 In Cahoots: Phil Miller guitar, Simon Picard tenor and soprano sax, Simon Finch trumpet/flugelhorn, Peter Lemer keyboards, Fred Baker bass, Mark Fletcher drums.
Vortex Jazz Club, London. 27 July 2005
2005 In Cahoots: Phil Miller guitar, Theo Travis tenor and soprano sax / flute, Simon Finch trumpet / flugelhorn, Peter Lemer keyboards, Fred Baker bass, Mark Fletcher drums.
Mean Fiddler, London. 18 March 2005