Far and Forgot - From The Lost Lands

by Francis Lickerish

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Sven B. Schreiber Sometimes the "old guys" still are the best... Francis Lickerish? Oh, yes, 1976... founding member of "The Enid" - the purest incarnation of symphonic rock... co-wrote many tracks on the first four albums with Robert John "The Great" Godfrey... after a seemingly endless span of time he returned to the music, and bestowed on us a most marvelous opus that sounds more authentically like 70's Enid than the band's later works themselves. Words are just not enough to describe the beauty of this music. Thank you so much for making me feel like I'm on holidays in the region of the summer stars! Favorite track: The Disenchanting - i) Willow Hill.
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released December 1, 2012

Francis Lickerish - Guitars
Hilary Palmer - Vocal and Flute
Jon Beedle - Guitars
Mike Hicks - Lap Steel Guitars
Dave Brooks - Drums and Percussion
Terry Pack - Bass Guitar and Upright Bass
Tony Freer - Oboe and Cor Anglais
Fran Newbery - 'Cello
Brian Mitchell - Trumpet
Chris Marsh - Soundscapes and Ideas
Jenny Russell - Additional Vocals
Neil Kavanagh - Additional Vocals
Sir Giles Holybrook - Contrabassoon

Produced and Engineered by Neil Kavanagh

Recorded at the Old Barn Studios, May-October 2012
Mastered by Martin Russell at Sonic Innovation, London

Dedicated to the work of Shin Shiva Svayambhu Mahadev

Original music, concept and all lyrics by Francis Lickerish


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