Seasons of Change

by Tom Kitching

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JoAnne Hughes
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JoAnne Hughes Punchy, joyful and expressive playing from Tom and Marit. This has given me a whole new perspective on some of my favourite tunes. Looking forward to reading the book which I expect will have the same effect to helping me see things with fresh eyes.
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5 years after my first solo album; 'Interloper', this is the musical half of the Busk England project. It's the soundtrack to 18 months of busking around England, trying to get under the skin of a country I thought I knew. An exploration of acoustic and tone.

The book half of the project goes by the same name and is available through my website, or via any good bookshop! CDs also available through my website.

I was delighted to be able to continue my partnership with Marit Fält, the nordic mandola player. She contributes enormously to this, playing with power, invention, and precision.

The album was recorded 'live' in Danebridge Methodist chapel in early December 2019.


released March 17, 2020

Tom Kitching - Fiddle, Mandolin.
Marit Fält - Nordic Mandola, Cittern.

Also featuring;

Jude Rees - English Border Bagpipes.

Recorded by Jon Loomes of Talking Cat Studios on location at Danebridge Methodist chapel, December 2019.

Mixed by Jon Loomes and Tom Kitching.

Mastered by Jon Loomes.

Photography and artwork by Elly Lucas.


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Tom Kitching Manchester, UK

15 years a professional musician, Tom Kitching is one of England's leading tradtional fiddle players. He has released two solo albums, plays with Pilgrims' Way and Albireo, and has just released his first book 'Seasons of Change' based on his experience of 18 months busking around England. ... more

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