USA, 2005, psychedelic folk / chamber folk
It’s got those tried-and-true English female harmonies going on, accompanied by some exquisite fingerpicking on the acoustic guitars. Actually, I hear a bit of Renaissance here, at least at the beginning. This album is a real hidden gem of psychedelic folk. Quite pastoral in overall feeling. The album takes a marked psychedelic turn on “Blue Mountain”, but without losing the pastoral feel.