Lilac Tree - Martin Stephenson Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Pop Rock / Artist: Martin Stephenson / Audio CD released 2007-02-26 at Barbaraville / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Lilac Tree 2 Orange 3 Rainbow 4 2 Sorrows 5 Every Step 6 Folksinger 7 On The Brae 8 Country Shuffle 9 Peculiar Man 10 Rowan Berr ... more
Newest Review: ... of the Martin Stephenson egroup (www.egroups.com) and his own mailing list. The CD was funded by fans pre ordering the CD and ... more
Customer Lilac Tree - Martin Stephenson Reviews (1)
by - written on 03/09/00, updated on 03/09/00 (Very useful, 102 readings)
The Lilac Tree is the latest offering from ex Daintees frontman Martin Stephenson. Stephenson has set camp in the Highlands of Scotland and turned his back on the traditional music industry. Releasing this CD via the help of the Martin Stephenson egroup (www.egroups.com) and his own mailing list. The CD was funded by fans pre ordering the CD and is only available via mail order (PO Box 5957. Invergordon IV18 0YJ)and his website (www.martin-stephenson.co.uk). The mixture of songs range from the beautiful ballad of Rowan Berries through the folk world of Tom Ovans' Folksinger, the fingerpicking of Country Shuffle and onto the strongest track of the album, Posey ... Read the complete review
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