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Studio Album, released in 1978

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Magic Lady
2. Music Prince
3. According to Mathew
4. Little In Between
5. Goodbye the Day
6. Silence Do the Rest
7. The Lady
8. White Ship
9. Witchfinder
10. Gypsy Glass
11. Ghost of a Song
12. Winter Storms
13. Magic Lady (Reprise)

Total Time 38:32

Line-up / Musicians

Mandy Morton - lead vocals, acoustic guitar
Tom Ling - electric and acoustic violins, harpsichord
Byron Giles - electric and acoustic guitars, vocals
Alex Cooper - drums and percussion
Mike Morton - bass guitar

Guest musicians:
Tim Hart - dulcimer, vocals (of Steeleye Span)
Graeme Taylor (of Gryphon) - electric guitar
Gordon Folkard - cello and concertina
Sarah Folkard - viola
Gaynor Roberts - backing vocals (on track 2 only)

Releases information

Banshee (1978)

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