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  • 01. Seven Gypsies
    02. False Bride
    03. Queen Of Hearts
    04. Gilderoy / Staten Island / Harvest Home / Let No Man Steal Your Thyme
    05. Dowie Dens Of Yarrow / The Wind That Shakes The Barley
    06. Broomfield Wager
    07. Chaconne
    08. The Baron Of Brackley
    09. Icy Acres
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    GALLERY

    The wind that shakes the barley

    [engl] 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. First ever reissue featuring the original artwork. Insert with liner notes by Richard Allen and rare promo photo.
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