Covid-19 update

Monorail Music continues to follow Scottish Government advice with regard to Covid-19. We're delighted to announce our re-opening from Monday 26 April at 11am. We will have reduced capacity with social distancing and ask that customers wear masks while in the shop. However, browsing is possible.

Entrance for now is via Osborne Street. We will be closed on Sundays, open Monday to Saturday 11-6.

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Released: 11th December 2020

LP£17.99 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched today.

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.