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    Main » 2010 » May » 2 » Roy Harper - 2000 - The Green Man
    Roy Harper - 2000 - The Green Man

    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality : mp3 192k, covers
    time: 59'44"
    size: 83 mb

    Canadian musician Jeff Martin assisted Harper in recording the album and plays a variety of instruments on eight of the album's eleven songs.
    "I had an idea to keep this record purely acoustic. I succeeded in the main. The only non-acoustic instrument is John Fitzgerald's Fender Rhodes sound on "The Monster". I felt like I wanted to go back to my real roots. It did me good. I decided not to have bass and drums as such. Not because I've become anti rhythm section or anything stupid, but because I needed to get nearer to the real heart of me. I recorded the songs entirely alone other than when Jeff (Martin) was in the studio. (14 days). Jeff gave me a hand when it came to recording his bits. I particularly like his mandolin on "Sexy Woman". Jeff brought 2 items into the place. A great heart: and complete chaos. We had quite a time...”
    7 The album takes its name from an ancient character / representation found, principally, throughout Western Europe. The Green Man may be carved in stone or wood, found in churches, or painted on pub signage and is usually a "representation of a face surrounded by (or made from) leaves". [2] Harpers face can also be seen within the leaves upon the albums cover.

    01 - The Green Man 5:32
    02 - Wishing Well 5:55
    03 - Sexy Woman 6:26
    04 - The Apology 3:03
    05 - Midnight Sun 4:21
    06 - Glasto 4:24
    07 - The Monster 8:23
    08 - New England 4:45
    09 - Solar Wind Sculptures 3:33
    10 - Rushing Camelot 8:48
    11 - All in All 4:44

    Roy Harper – guitar and vocals, left shaker
    Jeff Martin – hurdy gurdy, 12 string slide. electric guitar. mandolin, recorder, bongos, tambourine, right shaker, guitar, 6 string, slide guitar
    John Fitzgerald – keyboard
    Paddy Keenan – uilleann pipes, low D whistle
    Colm O'Sullivan – mandolin, recorder, low D whistle

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