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Kathie Touin

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This page features some of Kathie's favourite music and videos, but first three of her own songs...


Kathie Touin has her own YouTube channel. From it, here is a video for her song I Met You On A Sunday, the most recent single from her album Facing The Falling Sky...

More of Kathie's music on the Kathie Touin YouTube channel.


Next, here is a lyric video for her song Selkie Of Skaill Bay, also from the Facing The Falling Sky album. This is Kathie's perspective on the Orcadian legend of seals assuming human form...

More of Kathie's music on the Kathie Touin YouTube channel.


And here is a lyric video for Waiting For The Silence, the first single from Facing The Falling Sky. "Waiting For The Silence describes the silence that may fall when all the legendary music artists have disappeared," says Kathie...

More of Kathie's music on the Kathie Touin YouTube channel.


Since Kathie moved to Orkney, a group of islands off the north-east coast of Scotland, in 2010 she has made a few appearances on BBC Radio Orkney. This video, made for Doors Open 2020, gives a glimpse behind the scenes at the radio station...

You can listen to the station's programmes on the BBC Radio Orkney MixCloud feed.


In recent years Kathie has become a big fan of Gary Numan, so here he is performing My Name Is Ruin, from his latest album Savage: Songs From A Broken World...

More about Gary Numan.


The keyboard player Keith Emerson, who tragically died in 2016, is a huge influence on Kathie's music. Here he plays Hoedown with Emerson, Lake & Palmer...

Find out more in Kathie Touin's blog about Keith Emerson.


Kate Bush is also a big inspiration for Kathie. Here is Kate performing Eider Falls At Lake Tahoe from the album 50 Words For Snow. The video was written and directed by Kate...

More about Kate Bush.


Kathie is a lover of birds and so volunteers with the RSPB, a UK conservation charity working to secure a healthy environment for all wildlife, and create a better world for everyone. This video is of the RSPB single Let Nature Sing, which features 25 of the UK's most-loved birds and which got into the charts...

Find out more on the RSPB website.


Paris is a very special place for Kathie - so here is a surreal animation, Reulf, by Charlesque. In a black-and-white Paris, little creatures with paintbrushes decide to brighten up the city...

More on the Tout Court website.


To finish, ever had problems trying to manoeuvre out of a parking space? You might enjoy this, Parallel Parking by Yum Yum London...

More on the Yum Yum London website.


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