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

TreesThe Garden of Jane Delawney: Four the nine tracks are traditionals—Child ballads and whatnot—though the original songs fit right in with the overall feel. They really jam on their “Lady Margaret” rendition, blending the haunting, traditional ballad with modern folk rock energy.

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