|Label / Release||Type||Year|
|Normal & Weird Songs||Album||2001|
|The Dwarf Inside||Album||1993|
|Acoustic Recording Company|
|Through The Door||Album||2005|
|A sort of Folk||EP||2003|
|Grabaciones en el Mar|
|Who Really Knows||Album||2009|
|Wrap Them Up||Album||2014|
So he learnt the double bass and started playing in mainly busking bands around Europe.
The next move saw him carefully crafting his: what he calls “song making up” thing, and believes that "most good art alines itself to a tradition" - with British folk being just that.
His voice has been likened to Tom Verlaine (Television), Early David Bowie and Stephen Malkmus (pavement). Live he loves using delays and flangers that gives the folk sound another twist. wwwdavidjohnhull