Sunday, 16 June 2013

VARIOUS ARTISTS - LAMMAS NIGHT LAMENTS VOLUME 01




















01. Paul Giovanni & Magnet - The Wicker Man (Main Theme)
02. Anne Briggs - Standing On Your Shore
03. C.O.B. - Spirit Of Love
04. Water Into Wine Band - Waiting For Another Day
05. Forest - Bluebell Dance
06. Dulcimer - Caravan
07. The Trees - Garden Of Jane Delawney
08. Tir Na Nog - Time Is Like a Promise
09. Dr Strangely Strange - Frosty Morning
10. Midwinter - Waters Of Sweet Sorrow
11. Stone Angel - The Bells Of Dunwich
12. Third Ear Band - Fleance
13. Vashti Bunyan - Rainbow River
14. Tea And Symphony - Winter
15. The Sun Also Rises - Tales Of Jasmine & Suicide
16. Mark Fry - The Witch
17. Pearls Before Swine - Images Of April


This is the first in a series of CDR albums compiled by Mark Coyle through the now defunct website The Unbroken Circle. Something of an underground cult, finding information on these compilations (including original release dates) is difficult. They pop up on blogs from time to time but they found their original audience through collecting and trading.

If you are familiar with acid / psychedelic folk you will no doubt be familiar with many of the artists here. Or, if you're like my friend Marc, you will own all of them. However, even for those well versed in the wyrd, these are outstanding compilations. Each one should hopefully throw up a couple of unknown jams for you. It's here that I discovered one of my favourite artists, Mark Fry.

Dry your mushrooms, polish the maypole, sit back and psyche.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://www.mediafire.com/download/gphayjotohbr58x/Lammas_Night_Laments_Volume_01.zip

immortal coil said...

Great blog. Any way you have access to any of the others in the series? I've spent quite a while looking, and they are just not out there. Thanks so much for what you do. Feel free to check out music I posted at creepypowers.blogspot.com

Geoff Roberts said...

any chance please for links to the lammas night series thanks
geoff

itslostitsfound said...

there should be links for volumes 1-6 on this blog. As for the others, I'm afraid that's where I require help! Anyone?