Recorded at Morden Shoals Studio, London. Produced by Graeme Taylor and the band. Catherine Howe vocals, Ric Sanders electric violin, Vo Fletcher guitar, Michael Gregory drums and percussion. Front cover taken from a painting by Anthony Hodges of Nailsworth, Gloucestershire.
English Tale 2010
An acoustic album of thirteen songs and three instrumental pieces recorded in 2009. Guitars - Vo Fletcher, and featuring Ric Sanders on violin. Produced by Vo Fletcher. Cover photograph of the Malvern Hills by Jenny Hall.
Princelet Street 2005
Recorded at GraceNotes, Pinner, Middlesex. Produced by Kevin Healy. Jeff Leach, Andy Vinter and Catherine Howe – keyboards; Kevin Healy – guitars; Phil Cranham – bass guitar; Don Richardson – double bass; Steve Rushden – drums; Dave Bishop – sax; Jeff Daly – penny whistle. Photograph of Princelet Street, Spitalfields, London, taken by Catherine.
What a Beautiful Place
Reflection Records Reissued by Numero, Jan 2007
Recorded over four days in February 1971 at Trident Studios, London,
for Reflection Records. Produced by songwriter and jazz pianist
Bobby Scott. Front picture taken at Kenwood House, London; Back
picture at window of World's End flat, Cremorne Mansions, by Terry
Harry - RCA Records Reissued by BGO Records, May 2006
Recorded in 1974 at Nova Studios for RCA. Produced by Del Newman.
Liner notes by Alan Freeman. Front picture taken on the Buttress
at Hebden Bridge, back picture at Heptonstall, Yorkshire, by Roy
Round. Musicians: Mike Silver acoustic guitar; Paul Keogh - acoustic
and electric guitars; Catherine Howe and Mike Moran -piano; Brian
Odgers, Darryl Runswick and Dave Maqee - bass; Charlie Smith and
Barry Morgan - drums; Mox - flute.
Silent Mother Nature
RCA Records Reissued by BGO Records, May 2006
Recorded in 1976 for RCA at Threshold Studios. Produced by Pip
Williams. Musicians: Fiachra Trench- piano, Paul Keogh - electric
guitars, David Wintour - bass, Chris Lawrence - acoustic
bass, Mike Giles - drums, Frank Ricotti - percussion. Pip Williams
plays solo guitars. Pictures taken by Roy Round.