Catherine Howe - What A Beautiful Place album flac
Genre: Jazz / Rock / Folk music
Title: What A Beautiful Place
FLAC version ZIP size: 1252 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1769 mb
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Like a crocus peeking through late-February snow, Catherine Howe's voice emerges tentatively from beneath the lavish orchestration of What a Beautiful Place, her long-lost debut album. Occasionally, the woman at its center sounds overwhelmed, but Howe strikes me as too precocious and self-confident to let herself be upstaged.
Catherine Howe (born 17 May 1950, Halifax, England) is an English singer-songwriter. She is an Ivor Novello Award winner who has earned critical acclaim in dozens of music magazines both in the UK and the US, including Folk Album of the Year from The Sunday Times. Howe began an acting career in the late 1960s, and has since gained a following in folk music: Record Collector in 2007 called her "one of the great unrecognised voices"
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Catherine Howe is a female English singer-songwriter.
You can also sort the list of songs by year recorded (from oldest to newest, and from most recent to first recorded), by Song Rank (popularity rank of song versus all other songs) and by album name. All Catherine Howe Songs. Howe began an acting career in the late 1960s, and has since gained a following in folk music: Record Collector in 2007 called her "one of the great unrecognised voices". Howe also contributed vocals to two tracks for an album by Michael Giles of King Crimson, Progress, recorded in 1978 but unreleased until 2002. In 1979, the BBC transmitted Rhythm on 2: Catherine Howe and Judie Tzuke, a live concert at Ipswich's Corn Exchange. The following year, again for the BBC, Howe featured on both the Jeremy Taylor and Sacha Distel shows. Studio albums: What a Beautiful Place - 1971.
Catherine Howe is a British songwriter and author best known for her album 'What a Beautiful Place' and later song 'Harry' for which Catherine was awarded an Ivor Novello in 1975. To contact Catherine Howe : catherine.
Album: Because It Would Be Beautiful. Catherine Howe - It Took My Breath Away (From Silent Mother Nature) Harry, Silent Mother Nature, 2006 03:36. Artist: Catherine Howe Vo Fletcher, Ric Sanders, Michael Gregory.
|A3||On A Misty Morning|
|A4||Nothing More Than Strangers|
|A7||It's Not Likely|
|B1||It Comes With The Breezes|
|B2||Words Through A Locked Door|
|B3||What A Beautiful Place|
|B4||The Innocence Of A Child|
- Bass – Mike Ward
- Drums – Stan Gorman
- Guitar – Lance D'owen
- Mastered By – Jeff Lipton
- Mastered By [Assistant] – Jessica Thompson
- Producer [Original Recording] – Bobby Scott, Phil Gillin
- Reissue Producer – Ken Shipley, Rob Sevier, Tom Lunt
- Written-By – Catherine Howe
NotesOriginal album released in 1971 on the Reflection label.
First 1000 copies come with the bonus 7" single, "In The Hot Summer" b/w "Let's Keep It Quiet."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 656605844411
|REF. L11||Catherine Howe||What A Beautiful Place (LP)||Reflection||REF. L11||UK||1971|
|NUM012||Catherine Howe||What A Beautiful Place (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Numero Group||NUM012||US||2007|
|NUM012, N.U.M. 12||Catherine Howe||What A Beautiful Place (LP, Album, RE + 7", Ltd)||Numero Group, Reflection||NUM012, N.U.M. 12||US||2007|
|PCD-17085||Catherine Howe||What A Beautiful Place (CD, Album, RE)||P-Vine Records||PCD-17085||Japan||2007|