The Wind That Shakes The Barley

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vsp Great music for lighting a wicker man on fire. Favorite track: Dowie Dens Of Yarrow.
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    First ever reissue featuring the original artwork. Insert with liner notes by Richard Allen and rare promo photo.

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    First ever reissue featuring the original artwork. Booklet with liner notes by Richard Allen and rare promo photo.

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about

One of the rarest albums from the 70s British folk underground scene, originally released on the legendary Midas label. Haunting medieval atmosphere á la Wicker Man, serene male- female vocals and beautiful violin playing which brings to mind Barry Dransfield's first album for Polydor.

"Very delicate and refined interpretations of traditional themes, with notable similarities to Spriguns Of Tolgus and (to a lesser extent) Tickawinda. "Icy Acres" is especially impressive, with a haunting, melancholy and crystalline atmosphere highlighted by Barbara Atkinson's superb vocals" - Richard Falk (Galactic Ramble)

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released April 17, 2014

Originally released in 1972. This reissue (c) 2014.

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Guerssen Records Catalonia, Spain

Catalonia based reissue record label group, key name in the psychedelic, progressive and folk reissue field worldwide.

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