Tudor Lodge - 1970 - Tudor Lodge (Prog-Folk)






01. It All Comes Back To Me 4:19
02. Would You Believe ? 2:29
03. Recollection 3:17
04. Two Steps Back 2:52
05. Help Me Find Myself 4:19
06. Nobody's Listening 3:30
07. Willow Tree 3:20
08. Forest 3:36
09. I See A Man 3:00
10. The Lady's Changing Home 4:36
11. Madelin 4:04
12. Kew Gardens 2:21


- Lyndon Green / vocals, guitars
- John Stannard / vocals, guitars
- Ann Steuart / vocals, guitars, piano, flute




Putada,

Eu sumo, mas eu apereco de vez em qdo!
Quando o assunto e' Progressivo e suas vertentes meu estilo favorito sempre foi o Prog-Folk e aqui esta um belo exemplo para sua apreciação.
Esse album e' bem raro hoje em dia, bem dificil de acher. O nome da banda foi inspirado pelo nome de um pub de Reading (cidade vizinha de Londres), o Tudor Lodge se tornaram uma atracao folk bastante popular na regiao chegando a fazer uma paricao no Cambridge Folk Festival de 1971.
A capa do disco se desdobrava em um poster super psicodélico (visto no back cover acima).

A vocalista do grupo nascida nos Estados Unidos e ela faz com que o material desse album seja bastante delicado e caprichoso, ele contem vocais harmoniosos e caprichados e dentre seus melhore momentos esta  uma versão de "Kew Gardens" de Ralph McTell mas esiste muito pra ser escutado aqui. E' pra se ouvir "de cabo a rabo" como ja diria a PV. (Veja o video acima)

O Tudor Lodge ainda existe como uma dupla e continuam gravando material novo.
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ENGLISH

A progressive folk-influenced trio whose album is now very rare and sought-after. They were named after a Reading pub and became a popular folk attraction, appearing at the 1971 Cambridge Folk Festival.

The album sleeve folds out into a striking poster. The 'A' side of their 45 was one of the better tracks from the album. The flip side was a not on the album making the 45 of interest too.


The group's vocalist was born in the States. The material on the album is rather delicate and whimsical. It contains nice vocal harmonies and its finer moments include a version of Ralph McTell's Kew Gardens, John Stannard's It All Comes Back To Me, Lyndon Green's Recollections, the traditional instrumental Madeline, as well as the opening cut, Willow Tree, a fine slice of acid-folk which captures Stewart's vocals at their best.  (Check video above)

This last-mentioned track was also included on Vertigo's 1971 Heads Together, First Round compilation.
 
Tudor Lodge are still going as a duo, and have recently been recording some new material.



LINK:

http://minhateca.com.br/nelwizard/Tudor+Lodge,428664307.rar(archive)


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  2. Prog folk é uma vertente do progressivo que eu tenho que ouvir mais... Ahh! É tanta coisa pra ouvir! lol

    Eis aqui mais uma pra minha playlist. AHUE!

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  3. Great psych folk to go with Trees above. Slightly more pastoral. Like the Trees albums, originals are as rare as Elton John’s real hair....
    http://members.jcom.home.ne.jp/tudorlodge/
    Thanks,Tatonha nice to see Your share!
    Yours,
    Adam

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  4. I love the art, I would die to have that poster!

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  5. So would I my friend... Really nice indeed!

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  6. NEW LINK:

    http://minhateca.com.br/nelwizard/Tudor+Lodge,428664307.rar(archive)

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