Lost Harbours was conceived from the bedroom recordings of Richard Thompson; influenced by an eclectic array of music including Nick Drake, Espers, Richard Youngs, Tara Jane O'Neil, Philip Glass and Nico, plus the writings of William Blake and Jorge Luis Borges. In 2009 Emma Reed (Ten Tigers) joined on Flute and Clarinet, where upon a series of gigs were undertaken over the winter and spring months of 2009/2010.
This first release is one of several for 2010; a hand crafted CDR package lovingly put together over a series of hot bucolic days. The recordings are a mixture of recent and old material which has never been played live; three tracks totalling nearly 20 minutes.
<a href="http://www.cultureasadare.co.uk/records.html">Lost Harbours - East of the Wall</a>
<a href="http://www.myspace.com/lostharbours">Lost Harbours at Myspace</a>