|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Legs Akimbo||11||Audio||1993||Tonus Kozmetica|
|2||Hum Drum||6||Audio||1992||We Never Sleep|
|3||In Mufti||12||Audio||1995||Musica Maxima Magnetica|
|4||Legs Akimbo||11||Audio||1992||Hand To Mouth|
|5||Humdrum||6||Audio||1990||Tak Tak Tak|
|6||Humdrum||6||Audio||1990||Tak Tak Tak|
Brothers Andrew and Tim Brown first performed as Left Hand Right Hand in 1985 as a percussive offshoot from the free improvisation collective The Colonels. In 1986 The Colonels accepted an invitation by Zahgurim, who were Paul Ackerley and William Vince, to perform together for shows in Sussex, and Budapest. The success of these inspired the four to co-found a new project and the name Left Hand Right Hand was offered. The four piece group subsequently gained recognition across Europe for an energetic combination of live music, projected films and images and collaborations with musicians like Karl Blake and Lol Coxhill. In 1992 the group made their debut tour of the USA, in addition to launching Red Letter Days, a filmic and musical exploration of European folklore, festivals and public manifestations.