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Pennyless Compilation

by Pennyless

UK based fiddle, flute and guitar trio "Where real ale meets mushroom tea" (Rock n Reel Magazine Nov 2012). English songs flourish with touches of medieval minstrel beat and tales of pirates, moths and spirits of the fen.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Broken
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2. Earthmother
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3. In Spring and in Blue
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4. Winter Solstice Party
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5. Moth to the Moon
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6. The Turning of My Days
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7. Slim John Cuff
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8. Winter Is Gone
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9. Will O' the Wisp
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10. Tell It to the Bees
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11. The Caretaker
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Pennyless present a compilation of self-penned songs from their first three albums: In Spring and in Blue - 2010, The Turning of my Days - 2011 and Tales from the Tulgey Wood - 2012.

Inventive minstrels of jiggety folk and quirky songs playing a bundle of instruments from flute, violin, melodica, xaphoon, bowed psaltery, whistles, cajon, guitars, saxaphone to shaky things.

Writing from a small Lincolnshire village, and steeped in English folklore of the fens and woodlands, Pennyless create "intriguing sounds, full and adventurous" (FATEA magazine), "A pysch-folk tradadelia gem" (fRoots magazine).

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