Spring Always Comes ( Yamoosh! 2008 )

‘An album of shimmering delights’ – Adam Walton, BBC Radio Wales

‘Mae hon jyst yn brydferth’ – Dyl Mei, Golwg

Gyda/with: Cass Meurig, John Lawrence, Owen Lloyd-Evans, Alun Tan Lan, Edwin Humphreys, Rob MacKay

1. Rhwng
2. Ten Thousand Things
3. Cold Song
4. Eirlysiau
5. Marigold
6. Elephant
7. Sow
8. Ychydig Is Na’r Angylion
9. Spring Always Comes
10. Let Me Out
11. Dod Dy Law

Caneuon/Songs by Fiona & Gorwel Owen heblaw/except:
1. Music: Fiona & Gorwel Owen. Words from Oerfel Gaeaf Duw by Aled Jones Williams.
Gyda llawer o ddiolch i Aled a Gwasg y Bwthyn.
4. Music: Fiona & Gorwel Owen. Setting of ‘Eirlysiau’, a poem by Waldo Williams.
Gyda llawer o ddiolch i Eluned Richards.
11. Trad. Arr. Fiona & Gorwel Owen
‘Ychydig Is Na’r Angylion’ shares its title with a novel by Aled Jones Williams.
Ofn (Cyhoeddi/Publishing)
Recordiwyd yn Llanfaelog, Ynys Môn rhwng Haf 2007 a Gwanwyn 2008.
Recorded in Llanfaelog, Ynys Môn between Summer 2007 and Spring 2008.
Ôl-gynhyrchu/Mastering: Siwan Lisa Evans

Cover Painting: The Reckoning by Maria Hayes

Available from exceptional shops such as Palas Print, Spillers and Sadwrn

In Between - cover of album

In Between (Yamoosh! 2002)

‘Suitably for people whose operations are so out of the trend-loop, this is a deeply, often thrillingly unique record’ – Noel Gardener, Honk

‘Creadigol ac ysbrydoledig’ – Catrin Dafydd, Golwg

‘This is a fantastic album. In Between is full of beautiful pastoral melodies and feedback/drone sun-drenched backing’ – Wil Williams, SNOG Online

‘Strange goings on in deepest Wales, extemporised pastoral psychedelia’ – Taplas

‘Imaginative, low-key and finely judged … always beautiful and sometimes profound’ – Malcolm Lewis, Planet

Gyda/with: Cass Meurig, John Lawrence, Owen Lloyd Evans, Peter Richardson, Megan Childs, Euros Childs, Euros Rowlands, Rob Mackay, Idris Morris Jones.

Clawr/Cover: section of painting ‘Barclodiad y Gawres I’ gan/by Mary Lloyd Jones

Available from exceptional shops such as  Palas Print, Spillers and Sadwrn


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