Trees - On The Shore CD (album) cover




Prog Folk

3.55 | 59 ratings

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5 stars Clearly influenced by Fairport Convenrtion. But, if Fairport invented folkrock, then Trees invented folk-progressive rock. I first heard this LP many years ago (in 1970), as a teenager, on my transiistor radio under the pillow! Kid Jenson, of Radio Luxemberg, used to play it a lot and I knew straight away it was an essential LP to own. It's brilliant, especially Streets of Derry with its outstanding guitars and drumming.
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