Fire

Fire was an English psych-rock trio responsible for the freakbeat classic “Father’s Name Is Dad” (b/w “Treacle Toffee World”), released in 1968 on Decca. In 1970, they released The Magic Shoemaker, a folk-rock concept album on Pye. In 1972, frontman Dave Lambert joined Strawbs for a six-year, seven-album run. His solo album, Framed, appeared in […]

Strawbs

The Strawbs were an English folk-rock band from Strawberry Hill, London, that released eight studio albums and a live disc on A&M between 1969 and 1975, followed by a pair of albums on Oyster/Polydor in 1976/77 and a final release on Arista in 1978. The band was founded in 1967 by guitarist/vocalist Dave Cousins and […]

Strawbs – Ghosts (1975)

Ghosts is the seventh album by English symphonic/folk-rock band the Strawbs, released in 1975 on A&M. Tracklist: A1. “Ghosts: Sweet Dreams / Night Light / Guardian Angel / Night Light” (8:33) A2. “Lemon Pie” (4:01) A3. “Starshine / Angel Wine” (5:15) A4. “Where Do You Go (When You Need a Hole to Crawl In)” (3:02) B1. […]

Strawbs ‎– Hero and Heroine (1974)

Hero and Heroine is the sixth album by English symphonic/folk-rock band the Strawbs, released in 1974 on A&M. Tracklist: A1. “Autumn” (8:26) —i. Heroine’s Theme —ii. Deep Summer’s Sleep —iii. The Winter Long A2. “Sad Young Man” (4:07) A3. “Just Love” (3:40) A4. “Shine on Silver Sun” (2:46) B1. “Hero and Heroine” (3:20) B2. “Midnight […]