“Earthspan” by The Incredible String Band - album review

TJR says

The exoticism of previous works makes way for a more traditional brand of folk rock, with bluesy and jazzy touches here and there; highlight track is a good ol' bluegrass foot-tapper, “Black Jack David”, a live favourite reworked from their “I Looked Up” album of 1970. The core duo of Mike Heron and Robin Williamson had recently released individual solo LPs, where their rock / folk differences were clear to hear. I'd have been in Robin's camp I think.

The Jukebox Rebel
27-Sep-2009

A1 [04:27] 4.6.png The Incredible String Band - My Father Was A Lighthouse Keeper (Le Maistre) Folk Rock / Americana
A2 [03:57] 5.5.png The Incredible String Band - Antoine (Mike Heron) Alternative Folk
A3 [03:34] 5.5.png The Incredible String Band - Restless Night (Robin Williamson) Folk Rock / Americana
A4 [07:28] 4.8.png The Incredible String Band - Sunday Song (Mike Heron, Christina McKechnie) Songwriter
B1 [02:43] 6.5.png The Incredible String Band - Black Jack David (Mike Heron) Folk
B2 [03:07] 5.4.png The Incredible String Band - Banks Of Sweet Italy (Robin Williamson) Folk
B3 [03:54] 5.3.png The Incredible String Band - The Actor (Robin Williamson, Malcolm Le Maistre) Folk
B4 [03:23] 4.0.png The Incredible String Band - Moon Hang Low (Robin Williamson) Jazz
B5 [02:39] 5.1.png The Incredible String Band - Sailor And The Dancer (Malcolm Le Maistre) Folk
B6 [06:03] 5.2.png The Incredible String Band - Seagull (Mike Heron) Alternative Folk




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