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    Tracklist:
    1. Grace Darling
    2. Part of the Union
    3. A Glimpse of Heaven
    4. Song of a Sad Little Girl
    5. The Hangman and the Papist
    6. Witchwood
    7. The Shepherd’s Song
    8. Ways and Means
    9. Martin Luther King’s Dream

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    Cousins ​​and Lambert rebuild the group, adding John Hawken (formerly of The Nashville Teens and Renaissance) to the keyboards, Rod Coombes formerly with Stealers Wheel and Chas Cronk on bass. This build records the album Hero & Heroine in 1974 and tends to focus on the North American market with relatively few tours in the UK. The Strawbs still retain a great mean of blower today in the United States and Canada. Hero & Heroine was a platinum record in Canada, and both albums sold extremely well in the United States. The next album, Nomadness, recorded without John Hawken has less success and is their last album poor A & M Records. Hawken having left, one unblemished call to keyboardists EXT1Frst had temporarily replaced him, John Mealing, Tommy Eyre, John Lumley-Saville and Rick Wakeman were thus called to play on one or the other parts of the album.

    Warning! This is not a From The Witchwood Part 2, or a Close To The Edge meets Hero And Heroine friendly of album. Rather, this is a Dave Cousins solo album with minimal and quite restrained contributions from his old friend Rick Wakeman. The album is everywhere very moderate key, delicate and principally acoustic – originally based on grand piano and auditory guitar. Only two of the album’s tracks characteristic beat and Moog synthesiser, and these two footprint are also the only up tempo songs on the whole album. The narrow Wakeman clavier instrumentals are very overpowered and not very elaborated at all. They are also not stamped with Wakeman’s selfhood – they could indeed have been played by anyone. Only when he plays the Moog can we clearly recognize him. I somehow get the feeling while hearing to the pianino instrumentals that Rick impartial made them up while recording them (which might very well be the case too!)As many as four of the album’s tracks are re-recordings of older songs; So Shall Our Love Die was primarily on the Strawbs album Nomadness from 1975 (on which Wakeman trifle as a guest), October to May was primarily on Cousins first solo album from 1972 (on which Wakeman also played as a guest) and Stone Cold is the Woman’s Heart and Forever Ocean Blue were both primarily on Strawbs’ Ringing Down The Years album from 1991 (on which Wakeman did not play). Given that the instrumentals function unmixedly as interludes and that there are several re-recorded songs, there are not many new full songs on Hummingbird. What there is, however, is not pernicious at all. But there is a proposition with the production, the piano is too tranquil and the vocals are too loud. The two up tempo songs could have been great, but they lack punch. The unbroken is thin and assumed. Fans of Dave Cousins should not miss out on this album but for everyone else it is not very exciting at all.

    In the capacity of winnow studio musician he plays mewl on the first album winnow Strawbs. That he can participate is a coincidence, the first version winnow fermentation album overthrow disapproved. His first feat of arms The Battle comes precedence with the definitive version on ardor album. However, he is not mentioned. That is different with the second album Dragonfly; he plays along on ‘The vision of the mistress of the loch’, but is hardly audible there. He gets a salary for that track, thanks to Dave Cousins, who immediately performs his job and is allowed to start a devise at the Royal Albert Hall in July 1970 for the album Just a Collection of Antiques and Curios. Two solos stand out: his own Temperament of mind and Where is this dream of your adolescent. The first is noggin a messy series of winnow classical fragments, the second finally hear where Wakeman is capable of.

    Warning! This is not a From The Witchwood Part 2, or a Close To The Edge meets Hero And Heroine friendly of album. Rather, this is a Dave Cousins solo album with minimal and quite restrained contributions from his old friend Rick Wakeman. The album is everywhere very moderate key, delicate and principally acoustic – originally based on grand piano and auditory guitar. Only two of the album’s tracks characteristic beat and Moog synthesiser, and these two footprint are also the only up tempo songs on the whole album. The narrow Wakeman clavier instrumentals are very overpowered and not very elaborated at all. They are also not stamped with Wakeman’s selfhood – they could indeed have been played by anyone. Only when he plays the Moog can we clearly recognize him. I somehow get the feeling while hearing to the pianino instrumentals that Rick impartial made them up while recording them (which might very well be the case too!)As many as four of the album’s tracks are re-recordings of older songs; So Shall Our Love Die was primarily on the Strawbs album Nomadness from 1975 (on which Wakeman trifle as a guest), October to May was primarily on Cousins first solo album from 1972 (on which Wakeman also played as a guest) and Stone Cold is the Woman’s Heart and Forever Ocean Blue were both primarily on Strawbs’ Ringing Down The Years album from 1991 (on which Wakeman did not play). Given that the instrumentals function unmixedly as interludes and that there are several re-recorded songs, there are not many new full songs on Hummingbird. What there is, however, is not pernicious at all. But there is a proposition with the production, the piano is too tranquil and the vocals are too loud. The two up tempo songs could have been great, but they lack punch. The unbroken is thin and assumed. Fans of Dave Cousins should not miss out on this album but for everyone else it is not very exciting at all.

    In the capacity of winnow studio musician he plays mewl on the first album winnow Strawbs. That he can participate is a coincidence, the first version winnow fermentation album overthrow disapproved. His first feat of arms The Battle comes precedence with the definitive version on ardor album. However, he is not mentioned. That is different with the second album Dragonfly; he plays along on ‘The vision of the mistress of the loch’, but is hardly audible there. He gets a salary for that track, thanks to Dave Cousins, who immediately performs his job and is allowed to start a devise at the Royal Albert Hall in July 1970 for the album Just a Collection of Antiques and Curios. Two solos stand out: his own Temperament of mind and Where is this dream of your adolescent. The first is noggin a messy series of winnow classical fragments, the second finally hear where Wakeman is capable of.

    For this particular recording and other concerts on the same tour, singer and bassist John Ford flies over New York l happen with leash members of the Hero & Heroine training. Then they tour again in 2007 in the UK, including Robin 2 (Bilston), Stables (Wavendon) and several other cities in the south and south-west of England. This candid construction also toured the United Kingdom and the United States in May-June 2008. After the end of the American tour, John Hawken announced his turncoat design group. The remaining four members (the Nomadness alignment) continue as the core of the electric Strawbs. In January 2009, it is announced that Oliver Wakeman will play keyboards with the band during tours in Canada, the United Kingdom and Italy.

    Cousins ​​and Lambert rebuild the group, adding John Hawken (formerly of The Nashville Teens and Renaissance) to the keyboards, Rod Coombes formerly with Stealers Wheel and Chas Cronk on bass. This build records the album Hero & Heroine in 1974 and tends to focus on the North American market with relatively few tours in the UK. The Strawbs still retain a great mean of blower today in the United States and Canada. Hero & Heroine was a platinum record in Canada, and both albums sold extremely well in the United States. The next album, Nomadness, recorded without John Hawken has less success and is their last album poor A & M Records. Hawken having left, one unblemished call to keyboardists EXT1Frst had temporarily replaced him, John Mealing, Tommy Eyre, John Lumley-Saville and Rick Wakeman were thus called to play on one or the other parts of the album.

    Willoughby East replaced by Chas Cronk after his departure in 2004 emit by-spending more time working with his partner, Cathryn Craig. Chas brings his bass pedals as well as his bass, which adds call to the depth of sound Acoustic Strawbs. 2004 also returned the electric training of the album Hero and Heroine, touring in tandem with the acoustic band, and the recording of their main new album for 25 years, Deja Fou, on the Strawbs’ own sign, Witchwood Recordings.

    Warning! This is not a From The Witchwood Part 2, or a Close To The Edge meets Hero And Heroine friendly of album. Rather, this is a Dave Cousins solo album with minimal and quite restrained contributions from his old friend Rick Wakeman. The album is everywhere very moderate key, delicate and principally acoustic – originally based on grand piano and auditory guitar. Only two of the album’s tracks characteristic beat and Moog synthesiser, and these two footprint are also the only up tempo songs on the whole album. The narrow Wakeman clavier instrumentals are very overpowered and not very elaborated at all. They are also not stamped with Wakeman’s selfhood – they could indeed have been played by anyone. Only when he plays the Moog can we clearly recognize him. I somehow get the feeling while hearing to the pianino instrumentals that Rick impartial made them up while recording them (which might very well be the case too!)As many as four of the album’s tracks are re-recordings of older songs; So Shall Our Love Die was primarily on the Strawbs album Nomadness from 1975 (on which Wakeman trifle as a guest), October to May was primarily on Cousins first solo album from 1972 (on which Wakeman also played as a guest) and Stone Cold is the Woman’s Heart and Forever Ocean Blue were both primarily on Strawbs’ Ringing Down The Years album from 1991 (on which Wakeman did not play). Given that the instrumentals function unmixedly as interludes and that there are several re-recorded songs, there are not many new full songs on Hummingbird. What there is, however, is not pernicious at all. But there is a proposition with the production, the piano is too tranquil and the vocals are too loud. The two up tempo songs could have been great, but they lack punch. The unbroken is thin and assumed. Fans of Dave Cousins should not miss out on this album but for everyone else it is not very exciting at all.

    Warning! This is not a From The Witchwood Part 2, or a Close To The Edge meets Hero And Heroine friendly of album. Rather, this is a Dave Cousins solo album with minimal and quite restrained contributions from his old friend Rick Wakeman. The album is everywhere very moderate key, delicate and principally acoustic – originally based on grand piano and auditory guitar. Only two of the album’s tracks characteristic beat and Moog synthesiser, and these two footprint are also the only up tempo songs on the whole album. The narrow Wakeman clavier instrumentals are very overpowered and not very elaborated at all. They are also not stamped with Wakeman’s selfhood – they could indeed have been played by anyone. Only when he plays the Moog can we clearly recognize him. I somehow get the feeling while hearing to the pianino instrumentals that Rick impartial made them up while recording them (which might very well be the case too!)As many as four of the album’s tracks are re-recordings of older songs; So Shall Our Love Die was primarily on the Strawbs album Nomadness from 1975 (on which Wakeman trifle as a guest), October to May was primarily on Cousins first solo album from 1972 (on which Wakeman also played as a guest) and Stone Cold is the Woman’s Heart and Forever Ocean Blue were both primarily on Strawbs’ Ringing Down The Years album from 1991 (on which Wakeman did not play). Given that the instrumentals function unmixedly as interludes and that there are several re-recorded songs, there are not many new full songs on Hummingbird. What there is, however, is not pernicious at all. But there is a proposition with the production, the piano is too tranquil and the vocals are too loud. The two up tempo songs could have been great, but they lack punch. The unbroken is thin and assumed. Fans of Dave Cousins should not miss out on this album but for everyone else it is not very exciting at all.

    In the capacity of winnow studio musician he plays mewl on the first album winnow Strawbs. That he can participate is a coincidence, the first version winnow fermentation album overthrow disapproved. His first feat of arms The Battle comes precedence with the definitive version on ardor album. However, he is not mentioned. That is different with the second album Dragonfly; he plays along on ‘The vision of the mistress of the loch’, but is hardly audible there. He gets a salary for that track, thanks to Dave Cousins, who immediately performs his job and is allowed to start a devise at the Royal Albert Hall in July 1970 for the album Just a Collection of Antiques and Curios. Two solos stand out: his own Temperament of mind and Where is this dream of your adolescent. The first is noggin a messy series of winnow classical fragments, the second finally hear where Wakeman is capable of.

    In the capacity of winnow studio musician he plays mewl on the first album winnow Strawbs. That he can participate is a coincidence, the first version winnow fermentation album overthrow disapproved. His first feat of arms The Battle comes precedence with the definitive version on ardor album. However, he is not mentioned. That is different with the second album Dragonfly; he plays along on ‘The vision of the mistress of the loch’, but is hardly audible there. He gets a salary for that track, thanks to Dave Cousins, who immediately performs his job and is allowed to start a devise at the Royal Albert Hall in July 1970 for the album Just a Collection of Antiques and Curios. Two solos stand out: his own Temperament of mind and Where is this dream of your adolescent. The first is noggin a messy series of winnow classical fragments, the second finally hear where Wakeman is capable of.

    In the capacity of winnow studio musician he plays mewl on the first album winnow Strawbs. That he can participate is a coincidence, the first version winnow fermentation album overthrow disapproved. His first feat of arms The Battle comes precedence with the definitive version on ardor album. However, he is not mentioned. That is different with the second album Dragonfly; he plays along on ‘The vision of the mistress of the loch’, but is hardly audible there. He gets a salary for that track, thanks to Dave Cousins, who immediately performs his job and is allowed to start a devise at the Royal Albert Hall in July 1970 for the album Just a Collection of Antiques and Curios. Two solos stand out: his own Temperament of mind and Where is this dream of your adolescent. The first is noggin a messy series of winnow classical fragments, the second finally hear where Wakeman is capable of.

    Warning! This is not a From The Witchwood Part 2, or a Close To The Edge meets Hero And Heroine friendly of album. Rather, this is a Dave Cousins solo album with minimal and quite restrained contributions from his old friend Rick Wakeman. The album is everywhere very moderate key, delicate and principally acoustic – originally based on grand piano and auditory guitar. Only two of the album’s tracks characteristic beat and Moog synthesiser, and these two footprint are also the only up tempo songs on the whole album. The narrow Wakeman clavier instrumentals are very overpowered and not very elaborated at all. They are also not stamped with Wakeman’s selfhood – they could indeed have been played by anyone. Only when he plays the Moog can we clearly recognize him. I somehow get the feeling while hearing to the pianino instrumentals that Rick impartial made them up while recording them (which might very well be the case too!)As many as four of the album’s tracks are re-recordings of older songs; So Shall Our Love Die was primarily on the Strawbs album Nomadness from 1975 (on which Wakeman trifle as a guest), October to May was primarily on Cousins first solo album from 1972 (on which Wakeman also played as a guest) and Stone Cold is the Woman’s Heart and Forever Ocean Blue were both primarily on Strawbs’ Ringing Down The Years album from 1991 (on which Wakeman did not play). Given that the instrumentals function unmixedly as interludes and that there are several re-recorded songs, there are not many new full songs on Hummingbird. What there is, however, is not pernicious at all. But there is a proposition with the production, the piano is too tranquil and the vocals are too loud. The two up tempo songs could have been great, but they lack punch. The unbroken is thin and assumed. Fans of Dave Cousins should not miss out on this album but for everyone else it is not very exciting at all.

    Many of Cousin’s texts contain strong political expressions, such as ‘The Battle’, ‘The Hangman and the Papist’, ‘New World’ and ‘Beside the Rio Grande’. The Catholic Cousins ​​were highly critical to dell British politics in Northern Ireland, and in 1974 his songwriting was recorded in the British Parliament after several newspapers required a ban on a part of Strawbs’s songs (mainly “The Hangman and the Papist” and “Part of the Union”), which they characterized as “societal degradation”. The proposal did not get the majority, but a highly despised Cousins ​​chose to go into “exile” in the United States and Canada for several years. The political engagement of his public house again clearly when Strawbs in 2008 brought the album The Broken Hearted Bride, based on the story of the terrorist attack in London in July 2005.

    Warning! This is not a From The Witchwood Part 2, or a Close To The Edge meets Hero And Heroine friendly of album. Rather, this is a Dave Cousins solo album with minimal and quite restrained contributions from his old friend Rick Wakeman. The album is everywhere very moderate key, delicate and principally acoustic – originally based on grand piano and auditory guitar. Only two of the album’s tracks characteristic beat and Moog synthesiser, and these two footprint are also the only up tempo songs on the whole album. The narrow Wakeman clavier instrumentals are very overpowered and not very elaborated at all. They are also not stamped with Wakeman’s selfhood – they could indeed have been played by anyone. Only when he plays the Moog can we clearly recognize him. I somehow get the feeling while hearing to the pianino instrumentals that Rick impartial made them up while recording them (which might very well be the case too!)As many as four of the album’s tracks are re-recordings of older songs; So Shall Our Love Die was primarily on the Strawbs album Nomadness from 1975 (on which Wakeman trifle as a guest), October to May was primarily on Cousins first solo album from 1972 (on which Wakeman also played as a guest) and Stone Cold is the Woman’s Heart and Forever Ocean Blue were both primarily on Strawbs’ Ringing Down The Years album from 1991 (on which Wakeman did not play). Given that the instrumentals function unmixedly as interludes and that there are several re-recorded songs, there are not many new full songs on Hummingbird. What there is, however, is not pernicious at all. But there is a proposition with the production, the piano is too tranquil and the vocals are too loud. The two up tempo songs could have been great, but they lack punch. The unbroken is thin and assumed. Fans of Dave Cousins should not miss out on this album but for everyone else it is not very exciting at all.

    Cousins ​​and Lambert rebuild the group, adding John Hawken (formerly of The Nashville Teens and Renaissance) to the keyboards, Rod Coombes formerly with Stealers Wheel and Chas Cronk on bass. This build records the album Hero & Heroine in 1974 and tends to focus on the North American market with relatively few tours in the UK. The Strawbs still retain a great mean of blower today in the United States and Canada. Hero & Heroine was a platinum record in Canada, and both albums sold extremely well in the United States. The next album, Nomadness, recorded without John Hawken has less success and is their last album poor A & M Records. Hawken having left, one unblemished call to keyboardists EXT1Frst had temporarily replaced him, John Mealing, Tommy Eyre, John Lumley-Saville and Rick Wakeman were thus called to play on one or the other parts of the album.

    Many of Cousin’s texts contain strong political expressions, such as ‘The Battle’, ‘The Hangman and the Papist’, ‘New World’ and ‘Beside the Rio Grande’. The Catholic Cousins ​​were highly critical to dell British politics in Northern Ireland, and in 1974 his songwriting was recorded in the British Parliament after several newspapers required a ban on a part of Strawbs’s songs (mainly “The Hangman and the Papist” and “Part of the Union”), which they characterized as “societal degradation”. The proposal did not get the majority, but a highly despised Cousins ​​chose to go into “exile” in the United States and Canada for several years. The political engagement of his public house again clearly when Strawbs in 2008 brought the album The Broken Hearted Bride, based on the story of the terrorist attack in London in July 2005.

    For this particular recording and other concerts on the same tour, singer and bassist John Ford flies over New York l happen with leash members of the Hero & Heroine training. Then they tour again in 2007 in the UK, including Robin 2 (Bilston), Stables (Wavendon) and several other cities in the south and south-west of England. This candid construction also toured the United Kingdom and the United States in May-June 2008. After the end of the American tour, John Hawken announced his turncoat design group. The remaining four members (the Nomadness alignment) continue as the core of the electric Strawbs. In January 2009, it is announced that Oliver Wakeman will play keyboards with the band during tours in Canada, the United Kingdom and Italy.

    Willoughby East replaced by Chas Cronk after his departure in 2004 emit by-spending more time working with his partner, Cathryn Craig. Chas brings his bass pedals as well as his bass, which adds call to the depth of sound Acoustic Strawbs. 2004 also returned the electric training of the album Hero and Heroine, touring in tandem with the acoustic band, and the recording of their main new album for 25 years, Deja Fou, on the Strawbs’ own sign, Witchwood Recordings.

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