Feb 4, 2009

TREES - THE GARDEN OF JANE DELAWNEY (CBS 1970) Japan mastering cardboard sleeve + 4 bonus




Garden of Jane Delawney is the debut album of British folk rock band Trees. Whilst nearly every song on the album appears to be a traditional folk song, this is actually only the case for about half of them, the others having been penned for the album by front-man Bias Boshell. The title track is a particular good example of his apparent talent for writing songs that sounded like they had existed for hundreds of years as folk songs.
The album blends trippy, twin lead guitar, West Coast acid rock with lilting English folk. The delicate female vocals of Celia Humphries and a haunting production weave a dark magical Celtic spell over misty musical moorlands. Captivating, beautiful and timeless.The group broke up after two similar albums for British CBS, although they continued to play for a while in the early '70s with some personnel changes. Boshell, in an unlikely turn of events, joined Kiki Dee's Band, and wrote her biggest hit, "I've Got the Music in Me."...
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7 comments:

mscmichael said...

Very nice folk rock. Thanks...

nelwizard said...

Hi my friend, greetings;
Great folk rock album;the Trees' second album(On The Shore) is very good too. Thanks for sharing this; cheers!

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Georgie Hirezola said...

thanks for your nice comments..

Virgin_Blogger said...

Thanks for opening my mind to some of the great forgotten music. Very refreshing!

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