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Astrolabe

by Anne Lister

Twelve songs, like the astrolabe of the title track, measuring time and space. One song written in 1970, another written in 2019. A ring found at the extraordinary Roman archaeological site of Vindolanda, a box of memorabilia belonging to a grandmother, a WWI battle, an olive branch for a former lover, the near-death experience of rats, a farewell to a dear friend, and an angel in the form of a starving polar bear. Amongst others.
Genre: Folk: British Folk
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1. Astrolabe
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2. Wolf Moon
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3. Small Ways to Beat the Devil
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4. Vindolanda
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5. 10,000 Miles / Heroes
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6. The Summerlands
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7. Llanwenarth
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8. Grandma and the Wolf
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9. Photograph
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10. Mametz
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11. Camelot Revisited
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12. The Mountains of Mars
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Anne Lister is a singer, songwriter, storyteller and writer. This is her ninth album after a lengthy gap, made possible by the generosity of one of her long-term supporters, and sparked off as an idea by the rediscovery of a recording of her songs made in 1973 when she was an undergraduate at Warwick University.
She is joined on the album by her friend and musical collaborator, Mary Mc Laughlin, as well as Mike O'Connor (fiddle, concertina), Barbara Griggs (harp), Matt Crum (keyboards, melodeon), Steafan Hannigan (bouzouki, banjo, upright bass, Rhodes bass, whistles, bodhran), Helen Vincent-Tibke (harmonies) and Steve Purbrick (harmonies).

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