The Complete Elle Catalogue
All five Elle CDs for £36!
If You See a Rook On its Own, it's a Crow, It's Not Your Gold Shall Me Entice, So Slowly, Slowly Got She Up, Good Grief, and Testimony all for £36 + postage.
The solo debut recorded with one microphone and £20 in an old BBC studio in Brighton, England.
“One of the most compelling performances of the year” *fRoots magazine Best of Year Critics’ Poll, 2000 * “...A well nigh unique album” Traditional Music Makers magazine
So Slowly, Slowly Got She Up
“This is one of the most original, confident folk albums of 2011” The Independent, Album of the Week
11 songs - 9 traditional, 2 contemporary - all mostly absorbed by Elle during her upbringing amongst folk singers; her first album since 2000’s Testimony.
Playing alongside Elle on vocals and violin (and her first ever public playing of acoustic guitar!), the record also features Alex Neilson on drums, Scott Smith on guitar, lap steel and clarinet, and Stevie Jones on double bass, with guest appearances from Alasdair Roberts, Jamie Savage, Cath Tyler & Phil Tyler. And Elle’s Dad.
It's Not Your Gold Shall Me Entice
Elle's third studio album, and her first to feature all self-written material (save for the title track, a traditional song from the Copper Family of Sussex).
Released November 6th 2015 on 9th House Records.
If You See a Rook on its Own, it's a Crow - cd
Limited edition of 100 cds
Elle's 4th studio album, written and produced by Elle herself - accompanied variously by Alasdair Roberts, Alex Neilson, Alice Emerson, Eddie Myer, Jodie Saunders, and Stephen Hiscock - and recorded & mixed by Joe Watson.
Limited edition of 100 cds - it's all downloads from there on.
Released 5th June 2020 on 9th House Records (9th cd3).
4 songs featuring Elle on voice, violin, cello, and found sounds, with Scott Smith on lap steel and harmonica.
“An EP that feels as though you want to hold it to your chest and feed it soup” Fatea magazine