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Wonderclock

by The Legendary Ten Seconds

English alternative psychedelic folk rock
Genre: Folk: Psych-folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wonderclock
1:24 $0.40
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2. Jack Whyte's Gibbet
3:24 $0.50
3. Estampie
1:42 $0.50
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4. How Does It Feel
2:01 $0.50
5. The Witch Outstrips the Wolf
1:42 $0.50
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6. Sorry Steven
3:14 $0.50
7. Lead Kindly Light
3:08 $0.50
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8. Bloody Meadows
4:39 $0.50
9. Golden Rider
1:45 $0.50
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10. Peace Hall
2:08 $0.50
11. Thistlefairy
1:53 $0.50
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12. Grimbol Old Porker
2:26 $0.50
13. Kisscut
1:49 $0.50
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14. Freakscene
3:34 $0.50
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Album Notes
Wonderclock
by The Legendary Ten Seconds & Grimbol
copyright Grimbol (Old Porker) /Richard the Third Records

English alternative medieval psychedelic folk rock

Selections from the albums Grimbol Old Porker (Golden Pathway GPV023 - 2004) and Kisscut (Golden Pathway GPV025 - 2005) by Psycodaisies
Recorded at Rock Lee studio Torquay 2004-5
Curated, re-mixed and re-mastered by the legendary Ian Churchward 2015/6

Bass and vocals - Ian Churchward
Guitar - Grimbol
Drums - Guy Bolt

Tunes and words by Grimbol except:
How Does it Feel - words Julia Jones
Sorry Steven and Peace Hall - words Grimbol and Ian Churchward

Wonderclock is for Howard P.
Sorry Steven is for Steve B., Stephen B., Stephen W., Stéphane L. and Stefan O.
Lead Kindly Light is for Gladys May Perkins.
Thistlefairy is for Ger.

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Wonderclock

To be enjoyed over and over
Wonderclock is a very interesting album for several reasons. The other songs have quite a range in what they are about, and it has a good number of instrumentals. It is an entertaining 60’s style, psychedelic English folk album. Here is a short and hopefully helpful account of the songs.
Wonderclock – a short, but delightfully paced instrumental.
Jack Whyte – a pretty song - perhaps the best on the album - with a beautiful melody, soft vocals that are pleasantly underlined with percussions in the background that keeps it flowing quite nicely.
Estampie – this instrumental has an exciting guitar intro that continues straight through this lively song.
How Does It Feel – this one actually has a sad feel to it with a touch of melancholy.
The Witch Outstrips The Wolf – is a fast paced instrumental with rock elements, really cool.
Sorry Steven – the music is good, but who is Steven?
Lead Kindly – is a really pretty and dreamy instrumental.
Bloody Meadows – is an interesting song, though not mentioned, but presumably about the battle of Tewkesbury, 1471 or the English civil war. It speaks of history’s butchery, arenas of blood – battlefields of long ago.
Golden Rider – lively instrumental with some fine guitar work
Peacehall – a young man’s account of life’s disappointments starting with his first day of school.
Thistlefaery – is another fine instrumental.
Grimbol Old Porker – lively folk song with a great rhythm.
Kisscut – this is an excellent, fast moving instrumental. Love the guitar work on this one as well.
Freakscene – a happy song with a swinging rhythm and some curious lyrics
A unique album with a song selection – Enjoy!!
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