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2007 Salt & Slate Records. Recorded and engineered by Dylan Fowler in his Felinfach Studio, Abergavenny, it features Job Verweijen's world percussion, Dylan Fowler's multi-instrumental talents (piano, guitar, whistles), Nathan Thomson on double bass, Jamie Smith on accordion, Matt Hooper's duduk, Gillian Stevens' cello and KTB's harmonies... It's a deliciously full sound! The thirteen songs include Spade & the Hoe (the gardening song), Mama Don't Worry, Far From Home, A Ei Di'r Deryn Du (Welsh trad.), Storm Song, Blood & Gold (from the singing of Maddy Prior and June Tabor) and a clutch of new songs we've never shared with anyone!
2005 Salt & Slate Records. This is a gorgeous new album, rich in variety: the raucous train song, a salute to new love ("When Spring Comes") and the popular Welsh folk song about disobedient saucepans. Recorded in Llancynfelin near Borth by Loucas Antoniades, Spark features the wonderful cellist Emma Bryden (who also sings harmonies!) and an array of different instruments including bouzouki, harmonica, whistle, as well as the usual guitars and fiddle. Have a listen and enjoy!
Land Under Water
2003 Salt & Slate Records. Recorded in Haroldston West church in Pembrokeshire by Guy Johnson, this album features Emma Bryden’s lovely cello arrangements and Nick Sullivan on percussion. Nick also wrote and sang the meditative, bluesy track On the Path. The cello and drums bring a funky, moody atmosphere to these songs, which were written in several different countries. To be specific: Wales, Spain, England, Holland, Ireland, Wales, France, Wales, Wales, Utah, California, Mexico, Spain. (!!!)
2001. Recorded at Dreamworld Studio, Pembrokeshire, and enhanced by Guy Johnson. Winejig was recorded in two days shortly after our return from four months of living, busking and writing together in Spain. It is a simple affair which some say captures the hot dusky afternoons of Andalucia, as well as the laughter and loneliness in a traveller’s life.