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Trees' first album, 'The Garden of Jane Delawney' (1970) snuggles nicely into contemporary nu-folkies' idea of the genre, and shares some of the pastoral-whimsy that characterized The Incredible String Band or Donovan, offset by some stunning interpretations of traditional material and Bias' own songs. The record includes readings of 'Lady Margaret', 'Glasgerion', the old standard 'She Moved Thro' The Fair', and the extended fade of the group's own 'Road', presage the explosive instrumental dueling that would come to characterize the follow-up album, 'On The Shore'.
Trees' first album, 'The Garden of Jane Delawney' (1970) snuggles nicely into contemporary nu-folkies' idea of the genre, and shares some of the pastoral-whimsy that characterized The Incredible String Band or Donovan, offset by some stunning interpretations of traditional material and Bias' own songs. The record includes readings of 'Lady Margaret', 'Glasgerion', the old standard 'She Moved Thro' The Fair', and the extended fade of the group's own 'Road', presage the explosive instrumental dueling that would come to characterize the follow-up album, 'On The Shore'.
809236173683

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Format: Vinyl
Label: EHRS
Rel. Date: 04/23/2021
UPC: 809236173683

The Garden of Jane Delawney (White Vinyl)
Artist: Trees
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Nothing Special
2. The Great Silkie
3. The Garden of Jane Delawney
4. Lady Margaret
5. Glasgerion
6. She Moved Thro' the Fair
7. Road
8. Epitaph
9. Snail's Lament

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Trees' first album, 'The Garden of Jane Delawney' (1970) snuggles nicely into contemporary nu-folkies' idea of the genre, and shares some of the pastoral-whimsy that characterized The Incredible String Band or Donovan, offset by some stunning interpretations of traditional material and Bias' own songs. The record includes readings of 'Lady Margaret', 'Glasgerion', the old standard 'She Moved Thro' The Fair', and the extended fade of the group's own 'Road', presage the explosive instrumental dueling that would come to characterize the follow-up album, 'On The Shore'.