Richard Newman with Sue Stone | Lost and Found

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Lost and Found

by Richard Newman with Sue Stone

Music from Cambridge in England, Sandy Denny meets Stevie Nicks with a dash of Pink Floyd.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Black Water
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2. Collateral Damage
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3. Doubt Is The Enemy Of Love
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4. Play
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5. Life In The City
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6. Wicked Eyes
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7. Frozen Beauty
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8. The Lost And Found
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9. Scarecrow
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10. Fenlight
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11. Etheldreda
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
An album by guitar virtuoso, record producer and writer, Richard Newman, and featuring performances by English traditional singer Sue Stone.

Recorded at ZigZag Music Productions in Cambridgeshire, England, the album features a beautiful ambient sound which shows off this quintessential English songwriting and vocal style.

Featuring state of the art use of reverbs and studio technology and featuring production and sound craft work by Mark Wingfield and Gareth Stuart.

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The lost and found
Great lyrics, but too sad.
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