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  1. Listen to your favorite songs from The Prospect Before Us by The Albion Dance Band Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Rise Up Like the Sun is a British folk rock album released in by The Albion Band. The album is in part a collaboration between John Tams on vocals and melodeon and Ashley Hutchings on electric bass. This is not the first album on which the two worked together but it remains the most fulfilling for listeners.5/5(2).
  3. The Prospect Before Us The Albion Dance Band. Harvest SHSP (LP, UK, February ) Harvest CDEMS (CD, UK, ) Hannibal HNCD (CD, USA, ) BGO Records BGOCD (CD, UK, 5 October ) Hopping Down in Kent / Merry Sherwood Rangers. The Albion Dance Band Harvest HAR (single, UK, August ).
  4. Oct 17,  · As is "The Prospect Before Us," also highly recommended to Fairport fans. This is offficially the "Albion Dance Band" so it's more about instrumentals than songwriting (John Tams wasn't in the picture yet), but the same two Fairporters (Nicol and Mattacks) are present, and the arrangements are great and surprising.
  5. The Prospect Before Us is particularly unusual, even for Hutchings and the Albions -- a number of the tracks were recorded live in the studio, complete with dancing by the Albion Morris Men, an effort that resulted in some especially raucous moments: the bonus version of "Merry Sherwood Rangers" is far more staid than the live rendition that.
  6. The Prospect Before Us is a folk/rock album by The Albion Dance Band which was recorded in The album was produced by Ashley Hutchings and Simon Nicol and was engineered by Vic Gamm. It was recorded at Sound Techniques Studio and Olympic (including live dances at Olympic), London. There are several instrumental tracks.
  7. Exact Audio Copy V prebeta 3 from July EAC extraction logfile from January , Albion Dance Band / The Prospect Before Us.
  8. Jul 05,  · Prospect's dance numbers are all about powerful rhythm. As great as Fairport is, their rock oriented numbers seem mostly blues-based, and I definitely prefer the faster straightahead rhythm of the Albion Dance Band. Although the musicianship is topnotch, it is as if the band is celebrating. This cd has a joyous, reckless feel that is infectious/5(12).

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