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Ziggurat | The Uncertainty Principle

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The Uncertainty Principle

by Ziggurat

English singer-songwriters Dave Styles & Steve Verge, eclectic acoustic songs inspired by british folk music, the incredible string band, the beatles, donovan and so many more!
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Blue Italian Skies
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2. River from the Hills
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3. Cortez in Mexico
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4. Fair Maids and Handsome
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5. Harberton Bells
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6. King Under the Sand
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7. Lament and You
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8. A Trip North
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9. Lady Lucky Chance
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10. Belvedere
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11. Seal Song
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12. Song of the Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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We have been "Ziggurat" in one form or another since the early 1970s. The years since then have seen various bursts of activity, but we set-to in earnest again in late 1997. We find ourselves still knocked-out by the same music and with the same enthusiasm for making our own music as we did when we met in 1970 at school. We continue to write songs and music both individually and collectively. We are a writing and recording unit. Both of us have eclectic tastes, a love of westcountry england and the ability to play a large array of instruments. These factors are reflected in our work. The two of us worked together extensively through the 1970s - at one time part of the seminal US band "Daddy Longlegs". Time, tide and geography made the ensuing years an occasional partnership but we've been back in regular contact and industriously pulling together old and new ideas.

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