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Away From the Light of Day

Away From the Light of Day

Inspiring autobiography of Amadou and Mariam and their early years in Mali.

‘Amadou and Mariam are set to become a phenomenon.’ – The Times

The Train of Ice and Fire

The Train of Ice and Fire

Ramón Chao’s chronical of the infamous rock and roll tour through Colombia on The Train of Ice and Fire in 1993. Translated by Ann Wright

‘Maybe it was the best adventure I ever had.’ – Manu Chao

Bringing It All Back Home

Bringing It All Back Home

Heart warming, moving and laugh out loud funny, Bringing It All Back Home by Ian Clayton is the truest book you will ever read about music and the things that really matter.

‘One of the best books about popular music ever written.’ – Alan Lewis, Record Collector

In The Light of This

In The Light of This

Audio CD – Here is an intertwining of voice, rhythm, roots music and poetry. The Psychicbread provide music that works to underscore, and empower the magical words of Mark Gwynne Jones.

‘Inspired…one of the most accomplished performance poets in the land…drawing the audience into a world where things are not quite what they seem’ – The Guardian

Psychicbread

Psychicbread

This debut collection introduces Mark Gwynne Jones and the space between our thoughts. Poetry presented in print, audio and film.

‘Mark Gwynne Jones should be ruined with fame and money before he shows the rest of us up for the bunch of sissies we are. But if you don’t want the truth, don’t call a poet, at least not a real one.’ – Martin Newell, The Independent

Stories From A World Of Music

Stories From A World Of Music

A book of stories gathered at Musicport Festival 2011. A kaleidoscope of shifting patterns, the book captures the tales told over three days at one of Europe’s best loved gatherings for World Music.

I Am

I Am

Autobiography and poetry from performance poet Michelle Scally Clarke, which takes us through her difficult formative years. A performance CD comes with the book, with Michelle accompanied by her band.

‘Every now and again individuals come along who breathe new life into performance poetry. Michelle Scally Clarke is one such individual. Her intelligence, her verbal agility and her passion means that poetry is alive once more.’ – Benjamin Zephaniah

Across The Tracks

Across The Tracks

Across the Tracks captures the Louder Than Words 2015 festival in book form, a riotous compendium of stories and ideas expressed over the weekend from punk to folk, mod to metal, prog to Brit-pop, Manchester to Liverpool and all places in between.

Moveable Type

Moveable Type

Debut collection from Rommi Smith, first publushed in 2000. Comes complete with a CD of Rommi underscored by a group of musicians who bring a folk jazz feel to the whole proceedings.

She Is

She Is

She Is plays close witness to a life unfolding. Together these poems and autobiographical asides journey through love and lust; through grief and pain, through growing up, of getting closer to understanding the nature of the woman inside.

‘I felt like I wanted to wrap Scally Clarke up in cotton wool by the end of the book and my first pint, but by the time I got home and played the CD, it made me smile again.’ – Nik Pearson

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