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Mark Haines and Tom Leighton have been called a “two man folk festival” with a big sound on their latest Borealis recording.
Haines & Leighton – Hand To Hand
Mark Haines and Tom Leighton have been called a “two man folk festival” They are multi-instrumentalists combining traditional fiddle, accordion, guitar, bouzouki, and bodhran, with the new technology of synthesizers, tone generators and processors. With all this at their command they make a very big sound, That big sound is evident on their latest Borealis recording “Hand To Hand” From the opening Dylan classic “The Hour That the Ship Comes In” to the exuberant “Gumboot Clogeroo”; the comedy cabaret of “Does This Mean It’s Over” to the gorgeous cinematic quality of Leighton’s “My Father’s Kindness” Haines and Leighton have put together a set of music that will enthrall and delight. Musicians: Mark Haines, Tom Leighton, Steve Fruitman, Mike Hunter, Bob Johnston, Conrad Kipping, Mitch Lewis, Pat O’Gorman, Miles Raine, Cliff Skinner, Jeffrey Weismiller
Produced by: Tom Leighton
|Dimensions||14 x 14 x 0.65 cm|