The Ouse

by Cap 'o' Rushes

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The smell of wild garlic, the wind in the trees upon the steep sided banks, the curiously quiet quarry and Victorian follies; a place of mystery and magic: this collection was recorded over two seperate occasions in Newcastle's Jesmond Dene, by far my favourite things about the city. The river that runs through it, The Ouseburn, begins at Callerton, passes through the Dene, under a culvert and the Glasshouse Bridge into the Tyne at the south end of Byker. You can read more about it here www.jesmonddene.org.uk

Rather than present the recordings chronologically, I've ordered them thematically. They were all recorded on the same equipment, my Zoom H4n.

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released June 24, 2014

Recorded by Graeme Walker 2011 and 2014 in Jesmond Dene, Newcastle.

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