@HippyDave, I have noticed this also, on many artists. I've had to turn off my auto-corrections just to have my library organised. So I second that people need to start voting for correct changes. How were all these errors allowed to get on the system anyway?
I've noticed that some muppet somewhere has set "Joker In The Pack" to scrobble incorrectly as 'Joker In The Park'! This is especially annoying for the band, as they've been offering the track as a free download for a limited period following its appearance on the latest 'Classic Rock presents Prog' magazine cover disc! If you're scrobbling this track, please can you click on the little green star that shows up next to the incorrect title on your list of scrobbled tracks and click on the 'Flag this' message that appears on the screen that comes up. If enough Touchstone fans do this, then Last FM will remove the incorrect auto-correction.
I agree with GrantRS, very debatable. If you have to tag them with something then heavy prog springs to mind, though prog archives says crossover prog, whatever that means...maybe someone will drop by my profile and enlighten me.
Largely thanks to Classic Rock magazine and their accompanying website I managed to accumulate three free tracks from this band (two of which are now free here). Gradually I realised that I kept coming back to those tracks again and again so I've finally given in and ordered Wintercoast through their website.
Great band - They've really taken a step forwards with "Wintercoast" which actually got a great review in Classic Rock magazine last month from none other than Geoff Barton!!! While they are generally tagged as "prog" these guys (and girl) have a hard rock sound on quite a few tracks and with the strong female vocal some tracks even remind me of some european symphonic/goth metal acts. Hope they get on the road in the UK soon and get to play a few rock clubs as well as the folksy/prog scene.
Check out the website at www.touchstonemusic.co.uk which has a much better biography than that listed here.
Yeah, I've just reaslised saying 'our' page when the others blatantly got here first may have been a misuse of words. I think 'our; now constitutes a much larger group.
Wave the magic wand Dave! ;)
Ah well, we'll get some prog bands into folk and folk bands into prog! What better way to expand people's musical horizons?!