Live at Ikra, Moscow (2009). Music starts at 2:00.
On the album Black Ships Ate the Sky, David Tibet asked several of his favorite vocalists to record a version of the Wesleyan Hymn "Idumæa" for inclusion on this album. The album thus has tracks fromMarc Almond, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Shirley Collins, Baby Dee, Clodagh Simmonds, and Antony [Hegarty] (among others). So, despite having worked with Coil, I found C93 through Will Oldham. And I'm just scratching the surface. He's already released one album of all new songs this year: ten months after his previous, which was only 12 months after its prior. (But there was a 3-year gap between albums before that.)
Mark Almond singing "Idumæa" at QE Hall in London (2008)
"Black Ships Ate the Sky," at Salon Teatro in Santiago de Compostela, Spain (2009)
Baby Dee singing singing "Idumæa" and then accompanying Tibet on "The Signs in the Stars"" at the Bistroteque, London (2006). Music on "Idumæa" starts at 1:00.
BTW, if you dig Antony and the Johnsons, thank this guy. He released Antony & the Johnson's first single, EP, and album on his personal label Durto.