(LP + 7'') Featuring a kaleidoscope of musical styles, textures and moods, Dreams Of Breathing Underwater
, released in 2008, is Eliza Carthy's most ambitious work to date, a very personal songwriting project that encompasses everything from Mariachi horns to raw rockabilly guitar and even the odd Stylophone. The album has been remastered by Steve Rooke, chief engineer at Abbey Road studios on 180 gram vinyl. It contains a new interview with Carthy, as well as photo outtakes from the Dreams Of Breathing Underwater
sessions, and a 16-page color lyric booklet - all luxuriating inside a spectacular gatefold sleeve. Includes a free seven-inch single featuring two unreleased tracks: Drink
, a Carthy composition from the Dreams Of Breathing Underwater
recordings, previously available only as a download, and Lemady
, a traditional tune performed by Carthy alongside Martin Green and Eddi Reader. Limited edition of 1,000.