First ever vinyl reissue of this mysterious and haunting UK folk album, originally released as a private pressing in 1980. Totally 70s sound with nice male / female vocals, acoustic guitars, flute, percussion…Compared to Spriguns, Tickawinda, Gallery…
24-bit remastering and new improved artwork with liner notes by band member Dave Smith.
“…a delicate acoustic LP in the manner of Tickawinda” – Richard Falk (Galactic Ramble)
“Ignore the year on this, it’s massively rare and one of the best UK folk LPs you’ll ever hear. Two accomplished acoustic guitarists, one of whom also sings, and a great female lead vocalist. Fantastic sound on this LP, it feels like they’re right in the room with you. They perform a mix of traditional British folk songs and engaging original material; really a great band and they would surely have been signed to Decca or CBS a decade earlier.” – Clark Faville.
Rosemary Lane – No Pain – Squire of Hainborough – My Ladye Constance – Brave Wolfe – Greenfields of America – Party On Mars – Voilà le Printemps – The Pavement Artist – The Shearing’s not for you