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1. Through Your Hands
Debut EP by a rising talent from Wales, her harp driven hybrid of folk and blues has garnered a lot of support over the past two years. growing up in west Wales, Georgia Ruth Williams became accustomed to sea mists, strange sounds and the melancholy beauty of the Anne Briggs, Joan Baez and Joni Mitchell songs found in her mother's record collection. Quickly gathering support for her hybrid of folk and blues, she appeared both at Glastonbury and SWN Festival and recorded a session at Maida Vale which was played by Bethan Elfyn on her Radio 1 in Wales show. In 2010 she appeared at Greenman and at HMV's Next Big Thing series. She opened for Seth Lakeman at some of his UK Summer dates last year, and supported Damien Jurado at his September show in Cardiff's The Globe. She played at the Union Chapel in July 2011 for Arctic Circle's Daylight Music show. Now aged 23, with a harp, an assortment of reed organs and an unfailingly haunting voice, Georgia presents a new collection of songs that recall those early-inherited sounds to startling effect. Recorded by David Wrench, these four original songs feature Georgia on vocals, harp, piano, rhodes and organs; Pete Richardson (of Y Niwl) on drums; Pete Walton on double bass and fiddle; and David Wrench on vibraphones. Georgia's version of old Appalachian song, 'Old Blue', was recently featured as "MPFree Of The Day" on the Lauren Laverne 6-Music Morning Show.