Numero Group: By The Numbers


The words are different when thought in red
June 29, 2010, 8:05 am
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Way back in March we quietly issued a vinyl version of Catherine Howe’s debut album, What A Beautiful Place. Those in the know quickly snapped up the first pressing (replete with bonus 7″), while the late adopters will kick themselves for years at missing out on the gorgeous “Let’s Keep It Quiet Now.”

This morning we got a message with a link to one of the only Catherine Howe interviews we know to exist (though there’s a Record Collector feature on her coming next month), chock full of little nuggets that are missing from our liners.

Here’s a sip:

“The front photo to the album was taken at Kenwood House by Terry Ibbott. Kenwood is a beautiful place to the north of Hampstead Heath in London, with great history behind it. The photograph was taken two or three weeks after we had finished recording What a Beautiful Place and when Bobby Scott had already returned to the USA.”

Now take a drink.


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