20-page full colour booklet signed by Sue Aston
This album is beautiful and when you listen to it you are whisked away to Cornwall. The whole album shows how much effort and hard work has gone into it. Buy it, sit back, shut your eyes and listen to the beautiful sounds that Sue and the other musicians have produced.
Sue, you are an absolute star. Film producers, check this album out for your next film score. Brilliant
Like the soundtrack to a good BBC costume drama
Between Worlds could perhaps refer to the space between the world of Classical music and folk music, both delicately explored here by a musician passionate about both. As the lyrics to the album’s opening song suggests, it is the place where the sea meets the land that the title actually refers to.
Coming over at times like the soundtrack to a good BBC costume drama, the instrumental pieces offer that sort of sense of the past. The title song, in particular, could quite easily fit the scene where Marianne Dashwood woos Colonel Brandon with mezzo soprano Maria Heseltine standing in for Miss Winslet.
1 Between Worlds
2 Forbidden City
3 Scenes From A Cornish Childhood
4 Mazey Daze
5 Storm Cat
6 Initial Bond
7 Hawthorn Tree
8 The Final Homecoming
9 Thursdays Market (Marghas Yow)
11 Crystal Waters
12 Initial Bond (Solo Piano)