OK, so far today we have visited Greece and Iceland, so lets go to England and check out Mary Epworth again.
Mary Epworth is a singer and songwriter who makes music influenced by traditional English song, 60s west coast Psychedelia, and Greek Progressive Rock (Hence the 666 reference, and if you've never heard that album by Aphrodites Child what rock are you living under?). Her brother is producer Paul Epworth.
Mary is backed by her band the Jubilee Band.
Mary Epworth & The Jubilee Band are:
Mary Epworth on Vocals, Electric Autoharp, Rhythm guitar.
Will Twynham on keys.
Thom "Gordy" Gordon on bass.
Helene Bradley on vocals.
Simon Baker on drums.
We had to re-visit because her debut album Dream Life was released in June 2012, again on Hand of Glory Records, and garnered the singer-songwriter airtime on BBC 6 Music and Radio 1, as well as appearances at Bristol Ladyfest, Hop Farm Festival and Bestival in the same year.
If you get a chance, make sure to give the album a spin. Meantime give a listen to some tracks from the album and other sources.
Long Gone Long Gone from the forthcoming Album Dream Life
Directed by Matthew-Robert Hughes
And then there's the remix not long on video, but great on sound.
Long Gone (Grum Remix)
Gotta hear some live versions, so at the Album launch June 18th 2012. Black Doe into Aphrodite's Child Four Horsemen.
Just listen to her voice on that! This is of course a different gig from the one featured previously.
Black Doe + Four Horseman
Total coincidence, but tying together with Irene Papas and Demis Roussos priceless.
Now check her out with no guitar, just piano and voices. Amazing performance at Village Underground for Positive Blackout