Ex-Fairport Convention member Iain Matthews, Tag Hallman, and Michael Fracasso shaped Hamilton Pool in Austin, TX, in 1991. Music are compiled by each member, as well as the band’s make of folk-rock also features three-part harmonies. Following a longer profession in Fairport Convention and proceeding Matthews’ Southern Ease and comfort and Plainsong, Matthews proved helpful within the middle-’80s as an A&R professional for Isle and Windham Hill Information. In 1988, he released his first record in five years, Strolling a Changing Series, which was documented with manufacturer Hallman (a previous person in Navarro, which supported three Carole Ruler albums and released two of their very own). Impressed using the cooperation, Matthews transferred to Hallman’s bottom of Austin, TX, and documented three following albums. Hallman begun to compose songs aswell, as well as the duo enlisted folk vocalist/songwriter Fracasso (who acquired documented two single albums himself) to create Hamilton Pool. Following a few periods jointly at Hallman’s Congress Home studio, the music group documented an record, still with out a record agreement. Fracasso left following a group of gigs to pursue his developing solo profession but returned afterwards. The band’s debut, Go back to Zero, premiered in March 1995 on Watermelon Information.