UK, 1970, progressive folk / British folk rock / folk baroque

PentangleCruel Sister: This is a bit different from their other albums in that it is a collection of versions of traditional ballads, thus rendering it more folksy. This is therefore an album of beautiful, immersive storytelling that cannot be enjoyed on a mere casual listen. They’re telling amazing stories here, so pay attention.

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  1. If the song has endured for centuries due to its reflection of the human condition, it is a testament to the power of the theme. I am a definite fan of this album.

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