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Released: 11th December 2020
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Short-lived British folk-rock act Heron was formed in suburban Maidenhead in 1967, when guitarist/pianist Roy Apps and singer Tony Pook began playing with guitarist Robert Collins, inspired by Dylan & The Incerdible String Band. Collins soon quit, yet Heron reached a loftier place through guitarist and madolin player Gerlad T. Moore, who brought greater musical dexterity, song-writing, and arrangements. Recorded in the open air at Tony Pook's farm in Appleton-On-Thames this is a lost gem of the British folk revival.