This renowned UK folk band are known for playing a multitude of medieval and
Elizabethan instruments, but their rare debut features a more stripped-down sound.
Made by the duo of John Gladwin and Terry Wincott shortly after heavy
rockers Methuselah disintegrated in 1969, it appeared in the UK only in April
1970, and makes its long-awaited return to vinyl here, together with background
A1. Saxon Lady
A2. Bethel Town Mission
A3. Season of the Year
A5. Shepherd's Song
B1. You Don't Want My Love
B2. Love Sonnet
B3. Spanish Lace
B4. Minstrel's Song
B5. Bastard Love
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