Kathryn Joseph – Scottish Fiction Session Videos

Posted by Ross Crae

Neil and Kathryn

What a joy and pleasure it was to be joined by the Kathryn Joseph in session for Scottish Fiction.  Not only a true musical talent, but a lovely person too.  Our session consisted of Kathryn playing songs from her SAY Award winning album bones you have thrown me and blood I’ve spilled on her tinky ‘toy’ piano.  The result is a warm and intricate sound, each clunk of the keys heard, and Kathryn’s unique voice hitting home throughout.

Below are videos for the tracks the bone, and the weary which were recorded at Pulse 98.4 as part of Kathryn Joseph‘s Scottish Fiction Session.  To hear the full show, including interview, check out the Scottish Fiction Radio Show for 13th January 2016.

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