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Title: Natural Timbre
Artist: Steve Howe
Type: Studio Album
Released: 2001
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Label: Eagle Records
Producer: Steve Howe


Natural Timbre is a solo album by Steve Howe, released in 2001. "The Little Galliard" is an arrangement of a lute piece by 17th century composter John Dowland. "Winter" is an arrangement of the 2nd movement (for violin) of Vivaldi's "Winter", from "The Four Seasons". Interestingly, "To Be Over" here is credited to Anderson/Howe/Squire/White, but not Moraz.

Track Listing Edit

  1. Distant Seas (6:14)
  2. Provence (3:59)
  3. Intersection Blues (2:28)
  4. Family Tree (4:29)
  5. J's Theme (3:50)
  6. In The Course Of The Day (3:33)
  7. Dream River (3:58)
  8. Golden Years (4:35)
  9. The Little Galliard (1:22)
  10. Up Above Somewhere (3:55)
  11. Curls & Swirls (2:33)
  12. Pyramidology (3:06)
  13. Lost For Words (3:55)
  14. Winter (2:16)
  15. Solar Winds (2:54)
  16. Your Move (3:27)
  17. Disillusion (1:40)
  18. To Be Over (6:10)

Musicians Edit

  • Steve Howe - Acoustic Guitar, Acoustic 12 String Guitar, Dobro & Hawaiian steel, mandolin, mando-cello, banjo, bass guitar, autoharp, koto, percussion
  • Dylan Howe - Drums
  • Anna Palm - Violin
  • Andrew Jackman - Recorder (Track 16), Piano (Tracks 16 & 18), Glockenspiel (Track 18)

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