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Do yourself a favour and and they lived happily ever after gifts buy a couple now.Steeleye have used the tried-and-tested approach beloved of the Carnival Band, in serving up a generous helping of more obscure material alongside trademark interpretations of well-worn Yuletide classics.Those who already know just how good this band is, will be delighted that, having drawn a line under the first part of their career with the excellent retrospective Love and Haight, it has returned refreshed and ready for action, armed with a collection.The arrangements are sensible and cool (though not in the sense of unemotional and textures are at all times intelligently managed; similarly with tempos, which are acutely agile yet relaxed and controlled, for Anna-Wendy doesn't need to show off by frenetic note-spinning and there's evidently.Spindlestone still benefits from the instrumental and vocal skills of John Bibby and Kim Bibby-Wilson (of the redoubtable Border Directors ceilidh band as you can glean right away from the telltale dance-like "bounce" to their rhythms.I do have one squabble with the DVD, however.It surely does the trick, as it works on many levels as a temporal snapshot of a successful band in great form, and a fine present-day example of a genre (folk-rock) which against all the odds has survived and is still thriving.Three tracks carry the special resonance of Anna's own stamping ground: the rather bluntly-titled Yorkshire Song chronicles a special moment in the fields around her home, Cinder Hills is a gentle instrumental portrait of a local hillside, and English Holly takes a Victorian perspective.Not quite as laid back as their name implies, but even so it's the sort of relaxed music you dig out when the skies are sunny, the beer's chilled and the smell of new mown grass is on the wind.One or two oddly polite and straight-laced moments aside, this is a pretty exciting CD, and one which you'll want to return to often I imagine.There are also two renditions of Portmeirion the original and a 2001 version featuring Ian Anderson's flute.
Songs of love and loss, songs sung with feeling - a fine package, and the added extra of ' Moon River which is sublime.
It starts with the opening track, Sensitive Singer Songwriter 'James Taylor got Carly Simon, cos he's really good at rhymin' sounds almost childlike in its simplicity.
The "recycled rhythms and repurposed Senegalese melodies" of Dakar deliver a successful marriage of styles too, whereas the pair of tracks which are heavily based on traditional Appalachian fiddle tunes (June Apple and Chiquapin Hunting) form the most literal representations of the disc's subtitle, and.
The former, replete with sensual lyric, is another love themed number, while the latter, a positively joyous swing number, closes this album.
Yes, Netherbow is a well-engineered, generous and thoughtfully paced record that lovingly and infectiously extols the virtues of these two musicians.
All in all, this well-filled anthology (nearly 2 hours of music) does indeed suits me well, and I guess it will suit you well too.
The first four songs in particular form an especially persuasive sequence; they contain a beautiful waltz-time arrangement of Poor Old Weaver's Daughter, a forthright take on The Hare's Lament (one of a number of songs here to have been taken from an Ulster source, whether.This should be a recipe for a healthily dose of contemporary fusion, and for at least some of their debut CD's 51 minutes that proves to be the case.Both earthy and unearthly.One on shoulder is the 'angel' of tradition whispering 'country, country on the other sits the 'devil' exhorting them to get down and dirty, the result is wonderfully chaotic and hugely enjoyable.Maybe I'm missing something, then.A to Z Album and Gig Reviews.In another change of style the band switch to Rock n Roll, Dave Edmunds style, with high octane performances from all.We've heard it all before.The sleeve shows 22 tracks, the CD player finds 14 but the sleeve notes suggest.