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Tapestry of Delights:
Formed in Ireland by Taylor (ex-Eire Apparent) their mildly flavoured folksy album is surprisingly hard to find. Not that locating it would be a very rewarding musical experience. The music is gentle, almost bland and although it contains some nice melodic patterns, you're bound to have forgotten them quickly. They were obviously influenced by The Byrds. The album begins with a good version of their Rock And Roll Star and June Tremayne and The Badlands Of Ardguzth are full of ringing guitars. Best of the melodic, folky songs are The Trapper and The Good Life I Have Known. There's also a heavy rockin' version of Dion's Daddy Rollin'. Only recommended for fans of melodic acoustic folk.
John Jones and his brother Trevor had earlier played in the Australian band Sweatty Betty. When group split, the Jones brothers formed Jonesy, Taylor joined Brown and O'Brien, Mercer went solo and Scott joined T.F. Much then Bruno AD.
(Marcel Koopman/Costas Arvantis/Vernon Joynson/Jim Mc Master).
01. So You Want To Be A Rock'n Roll Star 5:10
02. On This New Day 2:00
03. Bad Lands Of Ardguth 3:19
04. Regency Days 2:55
05. Hitchcock Railway 5:15
06. This Good Life I Have Known 3:16
07. The Trapper 2:30
08. Daddy Rowlin 4:18
09. Five O' Clock In The Morning 3:09
10. June Tremayne 3:24
11. Hitchcock Railway (Single Version) 4:31
JOHN JONES gtr
TREVOR JONES bs
DAVE MERCER gtr, bs, vcls
KERRY SCOTT vcls, hrmnca, perc
TIGER TAYLOR gtr, vcls
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