• By Kath Reade (2022) (Paperback Book - Signed Copy)

    This new very readable book holds the key to inner peace and a fulfilled life.

    Wonderful. Simple. Profound.

    ‘Your meditations and mantras are so beautiful. Thank you.’ DEVA PREMAL AND MITEN

    '‘I can feel the Qi power between the lines.' Zhixing Wang
  • By Kath Reade (2022) (Paperback Book - Signed Copy))

    Jumping Over My Shadow - The Travel Diaries of Kath Reade is Kath's debut book. Released on World Book Day, it is already a best seller reaching #1 in the UK, Canada and Australia and #12 in America. The book is a collection of enthralling, humorous and at times poignant accounts of Kath's travels around the world, seen through her own eyes, and relayed to the reader in such a way that they feel they are right there with her.
  • By Kath Reade (2022) (Paperback Book - Signed Copy)

    Kath Reade takes you on tour of The British Isles from the Orkneys, Northern Ireland, the wild Isle of Arran in Scotland, to North Wales, on a meditation retreat in Devon and even the Shropshire Canal.

    The Places That Call My Heart - Travelling the British Isles includes some of the stories from her global travel compendium as well as some new adventures to get your teeth into so sit back, relax and enjoy!
  • A DRUM AND DIDGERIDOO MEDITATION JOURNEY. This is a companion to the book 'The Powerhouse Of Meditation' by Kath Reade, but both the book and the CD can also be enjoyed in their own right.
  • By Kath Reade (2022) (CD)

    ‘Inheritance’ is Kath’s latest album and is a homage to beautiful traditional folk songs of the British Isles that move her, some of which date back to the 1400s. The history of these songs is deeply affecting and fascinating. Kath has included two originals written in the traditional style. The songs were recorded in Whitby, a mecca for folk music lovers, by superb recording engineer and musician Rob van Sante. Kath sings mainly acapella but there are great harmonies from Lynda Hardcastle and Alan Rose, whistle by Gordon Tyrall, haunting Uilleann pipes by Becky Taylor, and keyboards from Chris Parkinson.’
  • By Kath Reade (2019) (CD)


    Meditational, beautiful songs stripped back to basics and performed with only Kath's voice and her guitar. Produced especially to calm the soul, perfect for a chill out and relax-o-rama.

  • By Kath Reade (2018) (CD)

    Songs from an exciting folk mystery play written and performed by Kath Reade and Alison McCabe. The debut performance was at the legendary venue of The Trades Club in Hebden Bridge. The charming Cornish story is of a sailor falling in love with a mermaid.
  • By Kath Reade (2015) (CD)

    ‘The next time you feel you’re swimming against the tide, this music will lift you above the waves.’ Tim Carroll of Folkwords. Kath is back with another collection of her own songs and is joined by a plethora of musical talent. You know you want to!
  • By Kath Reade (2015) (CD)

    Kath wrote these songs about people she worked with in deprived communities in Manchester. “… its simplicity is just wonderful, and its attachment to a community – and real community politics – is something Bono and his pals could only dream of.” – Boff Whalley (Chumbawamba) “…an excellent album that is poignant, uplifting and comes from the heart.” – David Chamberlain Fatea Magazine
  •  By Kath Reade (2013) (CD)

    “… Celebratory … life-affirming … beautiful … imaginative … brilliantly conceived…. Truly outstanding supporting musicians Rebekah Findlay, Shaun Reade, and David Crickmore … Kath's status as a classy folk troubadour is assured.” David Kidman. We are treated to another foray into the musical realm by Kath with all original material and a voice that could melt butter.
  • Qi Song


    By Kath Reade (2013) (CD)

    Qi (pronounced chee) is a Chinese word meaning life force energy. Purely one voice, one guitar and one take songs written by Kath and born of her Qi. An album to gain strength, softness, and stillness from.
  • By Kath Reade, on CD. (2012)

    A wonderful collection of Kath’s lyrical performance poetry accompanied by avant-garde experimental music by Tom Winstanley and Graham Howarth. A deep and stimulating listen.

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