I'm very pleased to have got this one ready as the fourth EP in the little run we are having.

All songs are written and sung by Tom Horn, and pretty much all the guitar is him too. Sylvie and Harriet supplied distant vocals and Pete supplied bass on 'I live in the valley' both versions. And I mucked about with the sound and added bits and pieces wherever I could.

The image is of the sky taken from my back garden about a week ago.

Although it may seem like an odd break from all the electronic music of late I always wanted Eva Hipsey to be a mixed bag, like how I find people are. In that vein I will be putting up an EP of Roland's piano music as the final instalment shortly before xmas to round things our properly.

Our thoughts go out to Harriet at a difficult time for her and her family - if you need anything give us a shout.
Jane Cornwell
11/30/2010 09:32:00 pm

marvellous. compelling. full of pathos. makes me want to pick up a shotgun and go hareshooting. in fact i'm off..

Tom and Eva
12/18/2010 11:08:32 am

really lovely song and lovely voice, strange my name is Tom and my gorgeous girlfriend's name is Eva! we googled our names and this is what we found!

1/23/2011 10:52:59 am

really pleased to find your music while looking around soundcloud for Jim Noir. this album is really beautiful, perfect for my relaxing sunday evening

Sam Leonard
2/15/2011 10:01:19 am

What a gorgeous, melty, velvety voice. What altogether lovely songs. Plaintive but with a joyous quality too. By the by, the clouds in your back garden look like the clouds in my back garden..


They can develop vocabulary and rhyming skills by singing songs and improve gross-motor skills by doing associated movements. Preschoolers may also learn music appreciation, rhythm and movement skills during music classes. Older preschoolers can use music to help them remember things like the alphabet and rote counting. Teaching preschoolers music sets them up for lifelong skills like playing an instrument, singing in a choir and using music to relax. Thanks.


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