7" single 1991 - Patsy Matheson "Daddy's Gone Crazy" (Harbourtown Records - HLA003)

Patsy's first solo release recorded in 1991, this vinyl 7'' release features the song 'Daddy's Gone Crazy' that was the winning entry in the Song for 91 songwriters competition, judged by Maddy Prior and Clive Gregson. The tracks were produced by Jon Strong, who also plays guitar and keyboards.

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CD 1996 - Patsy Matheson "With My Boots On" (Tomorrow Records - TRCD1)

Recorded by Rob Van Sante, this album features just Patsy and her acoustic guitar. Of the album, Dirty Linen wrote 'Matheson tends to sing songs of strong women in impossibly compromising situations - this release showcases both her voice and her song writing skills' and Froots said 'original style, wit and determination is shot through a bald, basic, bold album she is blazing away in true indie sense - all by herself.she'll never be more vital'.

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CD 2003 - Waking the Witch "Like Everybody" (Paramijo-01)

Waking the Witch's first release, featuring Patsy's memorable title track 'Like Everybody' as well as ten other compositions by Patsy, Jools Parker, Rachel Goodwin and Michelle Plum. This very well received release rocketed the band straight to the top of the acoustic music circuit, with the girls very quickly establishing themselves as world class songwriters and harmony singers. Also features Mick Bedford (drums) and Jon Short (bass) Only a handful of these are now left.

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CD 2005 - Waking the Witch "Hands & Bridges" (WITCH-01)

the second album from Waking the Witch, with Becky Mills now replacing Michelle Plum. Featuring just the girls' four voices and their acoustic guitars, and includes Patsy's compositions, 'We Talk', 'Through & Through' and 'Always One Like Her'.

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CD 2007 - Waking the Witch "Boys from the Abbatoir" (WITCH-02)

Produced by Dave Creffield (Kaiser Chief's/Embrace/Sisters of Mercy), this album took the band to a new level of national recognition. With guest musicians including Bruce Watson (Big Country) and Fluff (Incredible String Band) as well as Jon Short and Mick Bedford from Like Everybody, this album marked a new level of song writing and musicianship for the girls and received excellent reviews throughout the music press. Rock n Reel wrote 'a superabundance of talent in the shape of four gifted and individual song writers who also know how to work together as a band. This their third album' shows no sign of them slowing down or running out of material.glorious singing and acoustic guitar playing'.

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DVD 2007 - Waking the Witch "LIVE" - Voiceprint (VPDVD37)

This live DVD was recorded at the City Varieties Theatre in Leeds in January 2007. See this review from the New York Times.

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CD 2008 - Patsy Matheson "A Little Piece of England" (TRCD1)

Recorded shortly after the break up of Waking the Witch, 'Little Piece of England' is a stripped back acoustic album, recorded mostly live in single takes. The album is  a subtle snapshot of England in song, with contributions from Sam Bartholomew and Harry Hamer (Chumbwamba).

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CD 2012 - Patsy Matheson "Stories of Angels & Guitars" (TRCD2)

Features ten 'thoughtful, delicate and impressively original' new songs with Patsy playing guitar, mandolin, xylophone etc... with guest appearances from Hugh Whitaker (The Housemartins) on drums, and Jon Short on double bass.

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CD 2014 - Patsy Matheson "Domino Girls " (TRCD3)

Her most ambitious work to date, 'Domino Girls' combines Patsy's trademark innovative song writing with intricate vocal harmonies, classic acoustic guitar and layers of sumptuous string arrangements.

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