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The Rowan Amber Mill

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The Rowan Amber Mill formed after a few line up and name changes in 2007, following on from a solo Pastoral Folkadelica project started by Stephen. With Kim Guy and Terry Stacey joining in early in 2008 to form the band that now breathes and records in the Westcountry air. They have had two releases so far, the first being the six track folk devils and moral panics in 2008, and in 2009 their critically acclaimed 10 track mini-album Midsummers .
Kim was replaced by Sharon Eastwood in early 2010 during the recording of The Rowan Amber Mill’s debut full length album Heartwood .

In 2011, The Rowan Amber Mill reverted to a one-piece band, with Stephen being the sole member.
The Rowan Amber Mill are purveyors of / (delete as appropriate). The sound is, in various incarnations, produced by s, a , an Electric Guitar, a , a , and percussion, a voice and some s being recorded in a disused shed in the heart of the Westcountry. The music is very much an own brand of Pastoral Psychedelic . Music produced out of love of both the authentic and innovative Sixties and Seventies folk of Fairport Convention, Martin Carthy, early Steeleye Span and Trees and the delight of the current crop of such as Espers, Tunng and Circulus. To sum up then - Modern tales of the timeless. Images hidden within pastoral landscapes. Music first and last. Expansive and Free. Cheese and Onion.
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