“Since his debut album How Music Sounds was released in 2003, English singer/songwriter Adam Leonard has released numerous EPs, albums and mini-albums with a variety of small labels. Incorporating elements of folk, psychedelia and electronic music, his lovingly-crafted handmade sounds channel the spirit of the great lineage of unconventional British songwriting, from Roy Harper to Robyn Hitchcock to the Incredible String Band. He regularly collaborates with other musicians, and in 2010, provided vocals for the Owl Service on their album The View From a Hill. More recently he wrote the soundtrack music for Claudia Heindel’s award winning independent film, Lucky Seven.
Nature Recordings was originally released on vinyl by The Great Pop Supplement and has long since sold out. We bring you a CD version in a hand-numbered edition of 300. The album features contributions from Pat Gubler (PG Six) and Steven Collins of the Owl Service. It has new artwork by Dom Cooper and comes housed in a CD-case-sized handmade card box”.
– Courtesy of the Northwestern Series website.