The Legendary Ten Seconds | History Book, Pt. One

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History Book, Pt. One

by The Legendary Ten Seconds

Historical psychedelic English folk rock
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Back in Time
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2. The Green Knight
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3. Senlac Ridge
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4. The Conqueror's Prophecy
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5. The Lost Ring
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6. Marcher Freemen
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7. When They Came to Edinburgh
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8. For the Harringtons
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9. The Treachery of Sir William
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10. Who Layeth There
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11. The Beaufort Companye
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded 2017 & 2018 except King in the Car Park 2018 version recorded in 2013 and 2018. All songs composed by Ian Churchward except The Green Knight composed by Sandra Heath Wilson and Ian Churchward, The Conqueror's Prophecy composed by Ashley Mantle and Ian Churchward, Who Layeth There composed by John Dike and Ian Churchward.
Recorded by Ian Churchward and Lord Zarquon in Torbay and mixed & produced by Lord Zarquon at Otherworld Studios.

Ian Churchward vocals, guitars, mandolin and mandola
Lord Zarquon keyboards, mellotron ghosts, bass guitar and drums
Jules Jones vocals on The Green Knight and When They Came to Edinburgh
Jackie Hudson chorus vocal on Back in Time
Elaine Churchward backing vocal on The Conqueror's Prophecy and spoken words on Who Layeth There
Rob Bright lead guitar solo on When They Came to Edinburgh
Fleur Elliott backing vocals on The Treachery of Sir William
Ashley Dyer trumpet on For the Harringtons
Pippa West backing vocal and tambourine on The Beaufort Companye
Lis Durham violin on The Beaufort Companye

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Elke Paxson

Go Back in Time
The songs reflect on a wide range of points in history – from King Arthur through William the Conqueror to Bosworth Field and re-enactment groups of today.
Back In Time – really cool song that has something special to it with its tambourine and the superb harmonies.
The Green Knight – a unique and slightly unusual song about a knight’s challenge
Senlac Ridge – this one has a haunting intro and ending, a beautiful piece that tells quite a story.
The Conqueror's Prophecy – this song tells a fabulous hi-story and is quite entertaining. A variety of instruments come together really well, especially the string instruments.
The Lost Ring – a middle of the road song
The Marcher Freeman – this is just a lovely instrumental. It's a real winner in my book.
When They Came To Edinburgh – this lively song is about the English campaign of 1482 under Richard Duke of Gloucester. The song has great rhythm and features excellent harmonies.
For The Harringtons - another winner, perhaps the best song on the album! Everything in this song is delivered perfectly, the story, the different instruments, the harmonies and the overall sound!
The Treachery of Sir William (Stanley) – has a very nice intro and a smooth flow throughout the song.
Who Layeth There – This song is based on a pretty poem and it has turned into a really good song with a most beautiful reciting of a verse from the poem in the mid section of the song.
The Beaufort Companye – Awesome, such a catchy rhythm and melody. This is another highlight on this new album.

Taste is always a personal thing though. While there are many factors for a good song, the 3 major ones for me are rhythm, melody and lyrics, but not necessarily in that order.
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