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    PROG FOLK

    A Progressive Rock Sub-genre


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    Prog Folk definition

    In the wake of the 1960s, a Folk revival started on both sides of the Atlantic, and got quickly linked with a protest movement, not always, but often linked to more left-wing tendencies, which did not sit well with the authorities. BOB DYLAN, JOAN BAEZ, WOODY GUTHRIE, JOHN DENVER, BUFFY STE-MARIE, but also the FARINA couple Richard and Mimi for the US and SHIRLEY COLLINS and EWAN McCOLL (mentor of BERT JANSCH, JOHN RENBOURN ) for the UK and HUGUES AUFRAY in France. In Quebec, there was the "Chansonniers" phenomenon among which CLAUDE LEVEILLE and FELIX LECLERC were the most popular, waking up the sleepy "Belle Province" and stand up for itself from the English rule. The English part of Canada also brought up JONI MITCHELL, LEONARD COHEN (although he was from Montreal) and NEIL YOUNG.

    As DYLAN turned electric with his Highway 61 Revisited album, much to the dislike of purists who yelled for treason, Folk Rock was born, opening the floodgates for younger artists to turn on the electricity. As DYLAN soon abandoned to style to create Country Rock with his next album, his British equivalent Scotsman DONOVAN stayed true to Folk Rock. In the US, THE BYRDS were the main promoters of the style by now, culminating with the superb "Eight Miles High" track with a lengthy (for the times) guitar solo of almost one minute. But countless other bands on the west coast, such as LOVE, JEFFERSON AIRPLANE (and later its spin-off HOT TUNA), GRATEFUL DEAD, QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE, PEARLS BEFORE SWINE, and TIM BUCKLEY all started in the folk rock realm. Even San Fran's SANTANA with its Latino traditional music and, on the east coast, NY's THE LOVING SPOONFUL had folk roots. Notwithstanding the immense popularity of SIMON & GARFUNKEL and their delicious harmonies, Folk Rock was appealing only to the rock public as the older generations turned their backs in folkies.

    In the UK, following on their countrymen DONOVAN, many Scotsmen were very influent in exploring new grounds for folk rock: INCREDIBLE STRING BAND (led by Scots Palmer and Williamson) with their two highly influential albums "5000 Layers Or The Spirit Of The Onion" & "The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter" and THE PENTANGLE (led by other Scots Renbourn, Jansch and McShee and their superb bassist Danny Thompson) and its incredible fusion of folk, blues and jazz style were very instrumental in developing the style to the same extent as FAIRPORT CONVENTION and STRAWBS who by that time were still more conventional US "west-coast folk rock". The single artistes in folk rock became known as Folk Troubadours were also numerous and often presented a more progressive side of folk: AL STEWART, NICK DRAKE, ROY HARPER, TYRANOSAURUS REX (actually a duo of Steven Took and Marc Bolan) , JOHN MARTYN etc.

    However, the real angular album that will lead to further change of Folk Rock is FAIRPORT CONVENTION's "Liege & Lief" album, that proved to be highly influential for another generation of groups: this album concentrated into electrifying seminal English traditional folk and retained that quaint Englishness taste. It is interesting to see that both leaders of FAIRPORT quit the band after this success to go their respective way: Sandy Denny to a solo folk songwriting career and Ashley Hutchings to a very traditional folk rock. By this time, most connoisseur were talking of Acid Folk, Psych Folk, and Progressive Folk, all having limited differences and no particularly drawn-out limits or boundaries, but all relying on experimental or groundbreaking adventures and good musicianship but not necessarily of an acoustic nature.

    Groups like THE THIRD EAR BAND and QUINTESSENCE relied on eastern Indian music influences and, sometimes, medieval tones. Other groups like the weird COMUS, TREES, SPIROGYRA, FOREST, the superb JAN DUKES DE GREY but also TRADER HORNE, TUDOR LODGE, FOTHERINGAY, MAGNA CARTA, and TIR NA NOG were out to break new ground but with less commercial success as their predecessor. By 1972, all of the glorious precursors bands were selling fewer records and had problems renewing themselves and a newer generation of groups was relying in a more Celtic jigs or really traditional sounds. Such as HORSLIPS, DANDO SHAFT, STEELEYE SPAN, AMAZING BLONDEL, ALBION DANCE BAND and SPRIGUNS OF TOLGUS. Although JETHRO TULL had some definitive folk roots right from the start, their only albums that can be regarded as Prog Folk are 1977's Songs From The Woods and 1978's Heavy Horses. Ian Anderson (another Scots) was very keen in acoustical traditional songs. Some Folk Troubadours such as TIM BUCKLEY and JOHN MARTYN started turning records more and more axed towards fusing jazz and folk (a bit in what THE PENTANGLE were doing) , others became more and more electric and they started to be referred to as Singer Songwriters especially those with country rock influences.

    In Germany, HOELDERLIN (and their fantastic debut album), EMTIDI, OUGENWEIDE, CAROL OF HARVEST, WITTHUSER & WESTRUPP were exploring German folk while KALACAKRA , SILOAH and EMBRYO were indulging with Indian music. In South America, most notably in Chile, LOS JAIVAS (very bent upon Andean Indian music) and CONGRESO (more Spanish-Latino folklore) were using folk in their rock, so much that some press talked about them referring it with the hateful term Inca Rock. In Quebec, the progressive movement exploded with the cultural identity and the Chansonniers tradition and this was carried out with LES SEGUIN and HARMONIUM and so many more. In France, many groups were out for folk rock such as CATHERINE RIBEIRO AND ALPES, TANGERINE, and ASGARD. In Spain, Flamenco playing a dominant role as well as Basque folk, TRIANA, ITOIZ and HAIZEA were the head of the movement once the Franco regime fell apart after his death.


    There is also a very important medieval music influences dimension in some groups as the term Medieval Folk was also mentioned for a while but apparently dropped by musicologists. Among the UK groups are obviously GRYPHON, GENTLE GIANT and THIRD EAR BAND, in France: MALICORNE and RIPAILLE and in Scandinavia: ALGARNAS TRADGARD and FOLQUE.


    Hugues Chantraine
    with hyperlinks and updates by Ken Levine December 2017

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    Prog Folk Top Albums


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    4.22 | 319 ratings
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    4.23 | 210 ratings
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    4.21 | 218 ratings
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     Early Strawbs by STRAWBS album cover Boxset/Compilation, 1974
    2.67 | 7 ratings

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    Early Strawbs
    Strawbs Prog Folk

    Review by VianaProghead
    Prog Reviewer

    3 stars Review N?336

    "Early Strawbs" is a very special compilation of Strawbs. It was released in 1974. This is an economic package that includes their debut eponymous studio album "Strawbs", released in 1969, and their second studio album "Dragonfly", released in 1970, on only one album. This is a good and interesting compilation from the band because it includes the two first studio works from the group, at a very cheap price, and what would be a very worth purchase, in those days. However, for those who have already both albums, it might be a nice addition for any vinyl progressive rock collection.

    "Strawbs" and "Dragonfly" are two very interesting albums of Strawbs because they represent the beginning of the band on its more pure and simple acoustic musical style. They're also interesting because they feature a totally different kind of line up, as is usual with almost progressive rock acts, for instance, the absence of a drummer. That would never happen again on their next music works. They represent also their most obscure and unknown albums.

    As I've already reviewed these two albums previously on Progarchives, in a more extensive way, I'm not going to do it again. So, if you are interested to know, in more detail, what I wrote about them before, I invite you to read those my both reviews. However, in here I'm going to write something about them in a more short way. So, of course, I'm not going to analyze them track by track, as I made before, but I'm only going to make a global appreciation of both albums.

    "Strawbs": As I mentioned above, the line up on "Strawbs" is very different and short and is formed by Dave Cousins (vocals and guitars), Tony Hooper (vocals and guitars) and Ron Chesterman (double bass). The album had also the participation of John Paul Jones, the bassist of Led Zeppelin and Nicky Hopkins, the keyboardist of The Rolling Stones, on some tracks. "Strawbs" is definitely one of the big surprises and one of the most pleasant albums released in the end of the 60's. It's true that it shows some weak musical points, but in general we may say that this is an album that shows some consistency and an album with some great moments. Some songs are wonderfully composed in terms of lyrics and music, such as "The Man Who Called Himself Jesus", and we may say that, in general, they have already some complexity. It has, without any doubt, the main leanings of their future music, and it has also, in a certain way, the born of their future progressive folk roots. So, all in all, "Strawbs" is a nice prog-folk debut album of one of the greatest prog folk bands in the 70's. Strawbs happens to be as one of my all times favourite prog bands since quite a long time.

    "Dragonfly": The line up on "Dragonfly" is precisely the same of their debut studio album with the addition of Claire Deniz (cello), as a new member of the group. The album had also the participation of Tony Visconti (recorder), Paul Brett (electric guitar) and Bjarne Rostvold (drums). It has also the presence, for the first time, of Rick Wakeman, but on this album he is only a guest musician. Like the previous album, "Dragonfly" is also a typical folk album with very little progressivity, really. However, and as happened too with "Strawbs", "Dragonfly" has the main leanings of the progressive group that they would become, very soon. Their two songs, "The Battle" from "Strawbs" and "The Vision Of The Lady Of The Lake" from "Dragonfly", are two perfect examples of that. "Dragonfly" is, in my humble opinion, a step forward in the musical maturity of Strawbs, being a more cohesive and a uniform musical work than "Strawbs" is. This is an album full of delicate harmonies, simple acoustic melodies, but unfortunately, isn't well recorded but nothing shameful either. The second album of Strawbs is probably their quietest and most acoustic album. It was as well the only one with cellist Claire Deniz in the line up, contributing considerably to the overall mellow atmosphere all over it.

    Conclusion: If you already have the two studio albums in two individual albums, vinyl or CD, you don't need to buy this compilation unless you're a collectionist. It has nothing new to offer, like bonus tracks. It doesn't happen with the remastered versions on the CD format. The original remastered CD's have several bonus tracks to offer, and in general, they're all good and interesting to hear. However, if you don't have these two albums yet, this is an excellent alternative to own these two albums. It's true that they aren't two essential studio albums in the discography of the group and that both don't represent two essential musical pieces of music to have in a progressive music collection. However, both represent two good albums and a mysterious and almost unknown face of this incredible prog band. Just one more thing: To complement these two studio albums, I recommend their third studio album "From The Witchwood" released in 1971 and their first live album "Just A Collection Of Antiques And Curious", released in 1970, an album where almost all tracks weren't released on any studio album before. It's a great album, much better than "Strawbs" and "Dragonfly", and represents a wonderful evening with a superb acoustic concert. It remains as one of the most memorable live performances of them. It isn't their best or a perfect album, but it's the most pure, na飗e and probably the most beautiful musical work made by the group. It represents also the first memorable performance of Rick Wakeman on a live show.

    Prog is my Ferrari. Jem Godfrey (Frost*)

     Of Dreams Forgotten and Fables Untold by MOON AND THE NIGHTSPIRIT, THE album cover Studio Album, 2005
    3.00 | 1 ratings

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    Of Dreams Forgotten and Fables Untold
    The Moon and the Nightspirit Prog Folk

    Review by kenethlevine
    Special Collaborator Prog-Folk Team

    — First review of this album —
    3 stars Prolific Hungarian duo "The Moon and the Nightspirit"'s debut occupies the inclusive tier shuffling between BLACKMORE'S NIGHT and LOREENA MCKENNITT, substituting predominantly violin for harps and other acoustic instrumentation. The group's moniker and album title elicit a longing for connection to ancient earth centered gentility in a world run amok even before 2020. And indeed the overall mood is appropriately somber and hypnotic with gusts to delicately defiant. "The Secret Path" is one of the better examples, though the intro is so mystical that I question whether it might have been developed better without lyrics. "Pagan" plays upon a bouncier rhythm than heard elsewhere and is better for it. The main issue I have here is the lack of a buildup and ultimate release that distances the satisfying works from the simply good. I don't feel there is any progression; almost every number would be just as effective in compilation as here, actually more so, because the MOON And THE NIGHTSPIRIT have hit on something here, perhaps just not insistently enough to secure it in place.
     Nothing Is Easy: Live At The Isle Of Wight 1970 by JETHRO TULL album cover DVD/Video, 2005
    3.87 | 93 ratings

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    Nothing Is Easy: Live At The Isle Of Wight 1970
    Jethro Tull Prog Folk

    Review by VianaProghead
    Prog Reviewer

    4 stars Review N?334

    'Nothing Is Easy: Live At The Isle Of Wight 1970' is a DVD of Jethro Tull and was released in 2005. It was recorded on the fifth and last day of the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970, where Jethro Tull were the second on the bill between The Moody Blues and Jimi Hendrix. It was preceded by their live album with the same name which was released in 2004.

    'Nothing Is Easy: Live At The Isle Of Wight 1970' contains a film of the Jethro Tull's outstanding live performance combined with a brand new interview with Ian Anderson. It also describes the dramatic and sometimes an almost violent ambient of that festival. In short, it brings to us all the festival moods, both backstage and also in the audience.

    In the summer of 1970 it was held The Isle of Wight Festival in five days, between 26 and 30 August, on the Isle of Wight, a small island of the south coast of England, at East Afton Farm. It was the last of three consecutive festivals to take place on the island between 1968 and 1970. It was widely acknowledged as the largest musical event of its time, greater than Woodstock, possibly with 600.000 or 700.000 people. It soon became known as the English Woodstock.

    In the 1970 festival of the Isle of Wight following the famous Woodstock festival in the previous year, took part on it names such as Kris Kristofferson, Supertramp, Gilberto Gil, Kaleidoscope/Fairfield Parlour, Chicago, Family, Procol Harum, Shawn Phillips, Joni Mitchell, Miles Davis, Ten Years After, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, The Doors, The Who, Melanie, Donovan, Pentangle, The Moody Blues, Jethro Tull, Jimi Hendrix, Joan Baez, Leonard Cohen and Richie Evans. As most of us know, many of these bands are progressive or have links with this our beloved genre of music. However, the Isle Of Wight Festival represents also a sad mark to the progressive rock music. It marked the last UK appearance of Jimi Hendrix. Unfortunately, three weeks later he was dead. It was because of that, which Ian Anderson decided to dedicate the album and the DVD to the memory of one of the greatest musicians and guitarists of all time.

    However, while the live album has all the live performance of the group performed on that festival, the DVD has only some parts of it. So, on the DVD we have an extract of 'Bour'e' taken from the sound check of the concert, 'My Sunday Feeling', 'A Song For Jeffrey' which is a curious and rare live performance taken from The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus in 1968 with the participation of Tony Iommi the guitarist of Black Sabbath, 'My God' which is a new song that only would be released on 'Aqualung' in the next year, a complete version of 'Dharma For One', and 'We Used To Know/For A Thousand Mothers' which is a medley of two songs which were released on 'Stand Up'.

    So, in relation to the CD, 'With You There To Help Me' and 'To Cry You A Song' haven't been included, and the medley 'We Used To Know/For A Thousand Mothers' has been shorted and 'Bour'e' represents only a small extract of the sound check. Instead, it includes the complete version of 'Dharma For One' and the extra track 'My Sunday Feeling'.

    As for the concert footage itself, it was great to finally see early Jethro Tull in action on stage. The highlights for me are 'My Sunday Feeling', 'My God', and 'Nothing Is Easy'. We get treated to an early Ian Anderson flute solo during 'My God', completed with Ian's signature the famous flamingo like stance while he is playing the flute. Unfortunately, aside from getting a first hand look at an early classic performance by Ian Anderson, we didn't get to see much of the other members of Jethro Tull, unless you count Clive Bunker's drum solo during 'Dharma For One'. However, I must say that I was very impressed with his solo, especially when you consider that they didn't use the big fancy drum kits back then.

    Conclusion: 'Nothing Is Easy: Live At The Isle Of Wight 1970' brings to us the beginning of Jethro Tull, the pre-'Aqualung' band. It appears in a special and magical era, even if we can't consider it a truly progressive musical era, really. It also appears in a very exuberant time where Jethro Tull was a vigorous band very powerful with their musical roots on blues, Rock'n'Roll and jazz. So, and in short, 'Nothing Is Easy: Live At The Isle Of Wight 1970' is a very fine and important musical document of the early Jethro Tull, just approaching to the prime and magical moment of their musical career. For me, the CD and especially the DVD, represents a very significant and nostalgic moment in my life. It also represents the end of a musical era but represents also the beginning of another. 'Nothing Is Easy: Live At The Isle Of Wight 1970' is an essential musical document to all Jethro Tull's fans because it shows a band playing superior and complex music in terms of composition, cleverness, adventurousness, maturity and a beautiful naivet', only possible in the beginning of the musical career of a great band. This DVD willn't goes down. It's a big addition to any music library.

    Prog is my Ferrari. Jem Godfrey (Frost*)

     Angels of the Night by SERPENTYNE album cover Studio Album, 2019
    3.00 | 1 ratings

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    Angels of the Night
    Serpentyne Prog Folk

    Review by kev rowland
    Special Collaborator Honorary Reviewer

    — First review of this album —
    3 stars This is the third album by Serpentyne, who started off as a folk-rock group of sorts, but has moved far more into metal over the years. They have toured with Tarja, and there is no doubt that early Nightwish in particular has had an impact on the current sound of the band. Mind you, to be honest when I played this the first time, I picked up more on one of Nightwish's own influences, Legend. However, this does not contain the same hugely progressive overtones of Legend, nor the bombast of Nightwish, so are something in-between. The band was formed by singer Maggie-Beth Sand, and I must confess I am not a fan of her vocals. She can hit the high notes, but there is the feeling the voice is quite thin and frail, without power. This particularly comes to light on the few songs where bassist Nigel Middleton takes the lead, as this is quite different in approach and attack.

    Musically the band move between different styles, from folk metal and symphonic metal into prog metal, and they obviously appeal to a wide variety of fans as they have supported Stratovarius on tour as well as Soulfly, two very different bands indeed. It must just be me then, but although I enjoy the use of hurdy gurdy and violin in what they are doing, as well as the keyboard runs, for me this album is quite basic with little in the way to redeem it. Overall it is fairly interesting, but given the choice between this, or the likes of Legend, Nightwish or Eluveitie, there really is no contest.

     A-Dios by GENESIS DE COLOMBIA album cover Studio Album, 1972
    3.81 | 7 ratings

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    A-Dios
    Genesis de Colombia Prog Folk

    Review by siLLy puPPy
    Collaborator PSIKE, JR/F/Canterbury & Eclectic Teams

    4 stars The more you dig into the obscurity bins of bands from other nations it just becomes so clear that many musicians around the globe were on the same wavelength even if they were totally unaware of what was going on elsewhere long before the internet existed. Just take some band names for example. There was a Magma in not only France but Germany and Argentina. There was an Italian Camel before the English one. There was a Spanish Gong about the same time as the more famous one with Daevid Allen and a band called The Focus formed the same year as the more famous Dutch Focus. Well if you thought the famous English Genesis was the only game in town then think again. This G蒒ESIS came from the Colombian city of Bogota but to differentiate it's usually called G蒒ESIS DE COLOMBIA however in 1983 due to the amazing popularity of the English band, changed its name completely to Maiz. The band name has also been written as GENE-SiS.

    Like many European counterparts, this band started out in a hippie commune in the southern enclave of Bogota near the Monastery of the Benedictine Monks in 1972 and became one of the best known of the first generation of Colombian rock that mixed rock with the flavors of traditional Colombia folk music. Generally speaking this band was the equivalent of Chile's Los Jaivas with a strong emphasis on traditional Andean sounds mixed with global rock elements but in the beginning the band was more interested in the catchy cumbia sounds of Colombia's northern Caribbean coast. This project was primarily driven by Humberto Monroy (vocalist, composer, strings, harmonica, zampo馻) who was a member of another band called Los Speakers but as the experimental 70s rolled on even remote areas in Latin America were catching wind of the international prog and psych scenes. There are obviously other musicians contributing since there are some horn sounds as well as a violin.

    G蒒ESIS DE COLOMBIA seems to have released two albums simply titled G蒒ESIS, one in 1972 which is also known as "A-dios" and a second eponymous album in 1974 without the accent over the first "e." While info about this band is a bit limited it appears that the lineup for this album included Monroy along with Edgar Restrepo Caro (drums), Federico Taborda "Sibius" (percussion), Tania Moreno (percussion), Armando Narv醗z (guitar) and possibly Jorge Latorre also on drums. I cannot find out if these musicians appeared uniformly on this album or it was a collective of a rotating cast, nevertheless the album is a consistent mix of catchy folk pop that takes the infectious Caribbean traditional sounds and marries them with rock and pop of other parts of the world, most notably the English speaking nations. This debut consists of both originals and covers with the most recognizable being "La Casa Donde Nace El Sol" which is a Spanish language cover of The Animals' classic hit "House Of The Rising Sun."

    While noted as being a prog folk band on later releases, the more complex elements of prog are largely absent on this debut as at this stage the band delivered a Colombian folk infused style of psychedelic pop rock that was popular during the 60s in the US, UK and Europe. Generally speaking every single track on this one is infectiously catchy with strong melodic hooks, excellent instrumental interplay and a larger than life band sound that allows all types of indigenous instruments to fill the cracks between the standard rock instrumentation. While the tunes have strong beefy hooks they aren't always predictable as there are hairpin turns and other surprises. As expected for this time in Latin America, all lyrics are delivered in the Spanish language but for those who speak the language will encounter typical rock subject matter in the typical upbeat Latin American joie de vivre.

    This is a pretty catchy album that once you start playing you can't stop. The tracks are all fairly unique and none really mimic the other. Perhaps there are other covers that i'm not aware of but since there are no songwriting credits i can only surmise. Whatever the case this music is beautiful and seamlessly blends the local flavors with the international. Sounding somewhat like Argentina's Sui Generis at its folkiest and like those indigenous pan flute groups as well, it's no wonder why G蒒ESIS DE COLOMBIA emerged as one of Colombia's most popular pop rock groups. While prog is mostly absent from this one, i can't help but be mesmerized by the strong pop hooks and the nice optimistic zeitgeist of the era. Pretty cool actually.

     Said the Sun to the Moon by TIRILL album cover Studio Album, 2019
    4.53 | 29 ratings

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    Said the Sun to the Moon
    Tirill Prog Folk

    Review by kev rowland
    Special Collaborator Honorary Reviewer

    5 stars Tirill Mohn is back with her fourth solo album, a concept/thematic piece which provides twelve songs dedicated to the shift of the seasons, 'to the beauty of nature in all its phases and changes, and to the human heart that wanders along with it, moon after moon, lifetime after lifetime.' Commencing with 'Autumn', each season has three songs as she works through the year. This is a somewhat unsuual album in that all instruments are stringed, with no percussion. The music is layered, and while there are plenty of mandolins and guitars there are also violins, cellos and harps. It takes the listener on a journey, with wonderful vocals, harmonies and songs, and the darkness of reality seems so far away indeed.

    Released in 2019, this album had been six long years since 'Um Himinjǫ'ur' and one can only hope that the next one comes around far more quickly, as this is a work of some importance. The delicacy and space between the instruments is huge, and one can imagine a small group of friends sat together in a room smiling at each other as they weave the spell. There is a na've charm to some of these, which sounds almost as if they have come out of the Sixties when the world was still innocent, and not from the far more bombastic and plastic world of the current day. It is sheer beauty, possibly something more and certainly nothing less.

    I often like to play music at the end of the night, and in order to give my weary ears and brain a rest from playing music I have yet to to review, I often turn to old favourites such as 'Snow Goose' to see out the day. However, this album is such a delight that I have found myself turning to it time and again not because I need to play it more to be able to write some words, but just because I have been enjoying it so much and it relaxes me each time I hear it. Whether this music is described as progressive acoustic, New Age ambient, Celtic or alternative folk, all I know is that it is a delight from beginning to end. Her voice captures me, and combined with the music takes me to places I want to discover, and when playing this on headphones the rest of the world just disappears and I am entranced.

     Home Is Where I Belong by QUICKSAND album cover Studio Album, 1974
    3.81 | 29 ratings

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    Home Is Where I Belong
    Quicksand Prog Folk

    Review by Psychedelic Paul

    5 stars QUICKSAND were an obscure and short-lived Prog-Folk quartet from South Wales. They disappeared down the pit with their picks and shovels beneath the Welsh mining valleys just as quickly as they'd emerged. The band were in existence just long enough to mine one album of precious ore, "Home is Where I Belong" (1973), during their brief shining moment at the coalface. We've now unearthed that rare commodity for review here. The original album featured eight songs, with two more bonus tracks added for the later CD re-issue. It's time to take a deep breath and plunge head first into the Quicksand now to check out the album.

    "Yaki Da Boyo!" Although Quicksand might be as Welsh as a bunch of Welsh miners emerging from the pithead with blackened faces, the first track "Hideaway My Song" sounds like it could have been recorded by a bunch of blonde-haired surfer dudes riding the breakers at Big Sur in sunny California. Quicksand have truly captured the west coast California sound of the seventies here. They sound as blueberry-pie American as Billy Bob Thornton and Billy Jo Spears wearing stetson hats at a rodeo, with a McDonalds Quarterpounder and a bottle of Budweiser in each hand. "Yee-hah! Ride 'em cowboy!". We're still out in the sunshine for "Sunlight Brings Shadows", a storming artillery barrage of Heavy Prog which targets the listener with all of the deadly stealth and accuracy of a nuclear-powered hunter killer submarine. It's an unrelenting percussive wave of sound from beginning to end with some fast and furious Kentucky Fried guitar riffing that's finger-lickin' good. Telling these guys to turn the volume down would be like telling fighter pilots to be less aggressive. It's just not gonna happen! There's a complete change of pace now for "Empty Street, Empty Heart", a gentle Folk-Rock tune that's as pleasantly surprising as finding there's still a restaurant open during the coronavirus lockdown. Again, this warm and sunny song with its mellow guitar groove captures the spirit of California perfectly, despite the clear British accent of the singer. This exuberant and uplifting music has enough feel-good flower-power sunshine to brighten up the dullest of winter days. Closing out Side One now, we have the two-part song and highlight of the album so far, "Overcome The Pattern / Flying". This is incredible! You can almost smell the Incense and Peppermint in this tripped-out Californian west coast Psychedelic Rock extravaganza, that's actually coming to you from the mining valleys of South Wales. The first part "Overcome the Pattern" takes you to Prog-Rock heaven and back again with the manic guitarist going absolutely ape-crazy in a dazzling psychedelic display of frantic fretting. There's a crazy freak-out interlude around about the halfway point, sounding like some nightmarish psychedelic acid trip from Hell. Don't expect a return to sanity and normality any time soon though, because the second part "Flying" is flying as high as a kite in a smoking purple haze of spaced out Looney Tunes wackiness. Quicksand have completely thrown the prog "rulebook" away (not that there ever was a prog rulebook!) and taken off on a fantastic voyage in a free flight of fancy. This is wonderfully liberating music! It's like throwing the Monopoly rulebook away and then going around the board in whichever direction pleases you and then responding with a faraway stare into space if anyone challenges you.

    This stunning album really makes you feel good to be alive and what better way to celebrate the joys of life than with Song No. 5: "Time to Live". Although Quicksand are billed as a Prog-Folk band on ProgArchives, this joyously optimistic song has much more of a groovy Jazz-Rock feel to it. Just lay back and bask in the warm glow of this song. The music is as warm and sunny as Bondi Beach in mid-summer, in a heatwave, which makes it even harder to believe that this sunny tune comes from the dull rain-drenched valleys of South Wales. This energetic sunburst of bright shining joy should come with a beach umbrella and a free bottle of suntan lotion. We arrive back home for the title track now: "Home is Where I Belong", another gloriously uplifting summer song that makes you want to throw caution to the wind and jump for joy with gay abandon (in the old-fashioned sense) and dance like a whirling dervish in a green sunlit meadow filled with daisies, dandelions and daffodils. It's time for the second of the long two-part epics on the album now with "Seasons / Alpha Omega". This is another classic magnum opus (presumably the opposite of magnum 'opeless) in a stunning display of prog wizardry and virtuosity, where you feel you can almost reach up into the stratosphere and touch the face of the Prog Gods in all of their infinite musical wisdom and greatness. There are swirling synths, pounding machine-gun percussion and glittering guitar glissandos galore here in abundance, which will amaze and delight even the most hardened of prog aficionados. This is triumphal and pompous prog that will blow you away and take you above and beyond Cloud 9 and lift you right up to prog heaven in all of its glorious majestic splendour. Sadly, it's time to come down to Earth with a bump now for the closing song: "Hiding It All", a suitably anthemic and uplifting piece of powerful prog to close out the album in magnificently fine style. This magnificent music is guaranteed to lift you up and carry you along on a pleasure-wave of heart-warming emotion, leaving one feeling full of the joys of life, love and happiness. If music be the food of love, then play this sensational album and celebrate the power of music to set the heart and soul on fire with love and passion.

    Every self-respecting prog fan will feel right at home with Quicksand's stunning one-off album: "Home is Where I Belong". If prog was a religion, then this marvellous masterpiece would be deserving of a place on the highest altar in the most magnificent cathedral in the land. It's time to say "Hallelujah" and worship the Prog Gods for blessing us with this praiseworthy offering of manna from prog heaven.

     First Utterance by COMUS album cover Studio Album, 1971
    4.17 | 561 ratings

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    First Utterance
    Comus Prog Folk

    Review by NickCrimsonII

    5 stars There is so much to be said about this masterpiece but I want to be brief, and clear (a bit like the album itself). 'First Utterance' is truly a gem, one of the most amazing 70s records I have ever heard.

    It is absolutely gorgeous and mesmerizing how they combined the acoustic instrumentals with the dark and disturbing themes and song lyrics. Some of the most curious lyrics are on here, and this is surely not just any release. The atmosphere is so special, the mood is absolutely unique, and surprisingly I find this album quite inspiring.

    It's a pity that this band hadn't got enough recognition back in the day, but gems like this one should not be forgotten. Because this is simply magical music.

     The Ferryman's Curse by STRAWBS album cover Studio Album, 2017
    4.12 | 51 ratings

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    The Ferryman's Curse
    Strawbs Prog Folk

    Review by ross warren

    5 stars It has taken me a long time to get around to buying this one, but being shut up and having read some reviews that seemed almost to good to be true, I decided to buy. What a great set this is, by far to most satisfying strawbs record since their 70's commercial peak. So good that it would have fitted in well after Ghosts. Everything that us great about this band is here in bucket fulls. Clearly Bainbridge is a fan of the Strawbs, and it is his mellotron work that gives this release its classic feel. Classic in every sense, should this turn out to be their last then they are going out on a real high. For lovers of Dave Cousins voice and the Strawbs in general this has to be at the very least a 4.5. i am going the whole hog though and will give it 5 stars. IMHO it fulfills all the tests and is Essential, a true masterwork of progressive rock music. It you like the Strawbs this really deserves to be in your collection, my only regret is that it has taken me so long to get around to purchasing it.
     Jheronimus (Songs of Earthly Delights) by GALAHAD album cover Studio Album, 2019
    3.00 | 1 ratings

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    Jheronimus (Songs of Earthly Delights)
    Galahad Prog Folk

    Review by kenethlevine
    Special Collaborator Prog-Folk Team

    — First review of this album —
    3 stars Not to be confused with the British neo prog group of the same name, the almost as prolific German Celtic Rockers have released their first full length album since 2011's "Incredibile". While it has been issued as as a double LP, the quotient of original material is no greater than on an average CD, as side D offers a couple of reworkings of two early classics. As to the music, it's like no time has passed at all. This is still melodic ensemble folk rock led by the songwriting and flute of Paul Alexander Jost, the agreeable vocals of Tina de Vlinder, and a cornucopia of traditional and electrified instrumentation.

    The group has always dabbled on the edges of prog's catchment pond and have tended to shun extended more elaborate pieces, but one could always look forward to exhilarating experiments within those confines. I'm thinking of the Latin hymn inspired "Incredibile" and the MORRIGAN-like "Fox at the Airport" as shining examples of that adventurous spirit on the album of the same name and "Ladhivan" respectively. Unfortunately, that rebelliousness is all but abandoned on "Jheronimus". Sure they can still rock hard and well on numbers like "Another Mother's Son", and "Airy Fairy" is the type of playful tune that they can churn out blindfolded while still sounding accomplished and beguilingly lucid. "The Word" popped out of their archetypal Celtic ballad generator and that suits me just fine.

    Galahad's lovable formula might have wholly succeeded by sheer will over the course of 60 minutes if it weren't for a few more pedestrian rockers like "Antie Ant" and a general sense that the script hasn't been tweaked enough to excite the long time players or their audience . In the finale, "The Return of the Piper" from the 1997 album of the same name is reprised and reminds us of the majesty of those early days. In the original version of Piper we got Jost's bloodcurdling wail at the end of every chorus, encapsulating the horror that those poor parents must have felt as they watched their children follow the Pied Piper out of town after they refused to pay him for his extermination services. In this version, he can't even muster an agonized whimper. But he's still the piper and I'll follow him wherever.

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