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Label: GCQ Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: #1 Skye Boathouse; #2 The Lovers; #3 New York Wild Life; #4 Triangulation; #5 Queen of Denial; #6 Dos Islas; #7 As I Walked Out; #8 Swimming; #9 Sicilian Rooftop; #10 Lullabye; #11 Peter's Drea; #12 ecstasies, briefly remembered; #13 Four Lochs


Baseless Rumors

Label: GCQ Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: #1 Lamp against the dark; #2 Elegy; #3 Storytime; #4 Montalvo waltz; #5 Red hawk down;#6 Montalvo nights; #7 10.24 (Vagabond); #8 The Golden Vanity (trad. arr. Leishman; #9 The wake; #10 Pentimento; #11 The smell of burning; #12 Oedipus remix; #13 Only the stars; #14 Home; #15 Epilogue; #16 The weave


In My Skin

Label: GCQ Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Girl With A Curl; (Another) Foolish Heart; Food First (Love Later); Le Chat; Night Wind; Green Water; Merry Month of May; Leaving; My Heart Belongs to Daddy; The Scenic Route; Here Today Gone Tomorrow; In My Skin.


Article: Album Review

Gina Leishman: In My Skin

Read "In My Skin" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Singer (and multi-instrumentalist) Gina Leishman's music brings to mind Tom Waits. Well that is, except for the voice. She indeed has quite a pretty one. In My Skin is the second to feature her music, songwriting, and vocals. Bed Time (c'estquoi music, 2004) shares some of the same guest musicians: bassist Greg Cohen, guitarist Marc Ribot, ...


Bed Time

Label: GCQ Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: #1 Why so blue; #2 Lonely house; #3 Take o take; #4 Come away death; #5 O mistress mine; #6 The soothsayer; #7 Ask me; #8 Bed time; #9 Nothing to say; #10 Big blue bathtub; #11 Hey ho; #12 Glass dreams


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