Trees was a British folk rock band recording and touring throughout 1969, 1970 and 1971, reforming briefly to continue performing throughout 1972. Although the group met with little commercial success in their time, the reputation of the band has grown over the years, and underwent a renaissance in 2007 following Gnarls Barkley's sampling of the track Geordie from the album 'On The Shore' offered here on the title track of their multi-million selling album St. Elsewhere.
On the Shore is the second, and final, album by British folk rock band Trees. It was recorded in October 1970, and released in both in 1970 as well as 1971 on CBS Records and apart from Holland it wasn't printed outside England in the time.
The album was printed in Holland in 1970 and 1971, this one is the FIRST pressing from 1970.
"Soldiers Three" (traditional) – 1:51
"Murdoch" (Bias Boshell) – 5:10
"Streets of Derry" (traditional) – 7:32
"Sally Free and Easy" (Cyril Tawney) – 10:11
"Fool" (Boshell, David Costa) – 5:21
"Adam's Toon" (A. Della Halle) – 1:10
"Geordie" (traditional) – 5:06
"While the Iron is Hot" (Boshell) – 3:21
"Little Sadie" (traditional) – 3:11
"Polly on the Shore" (traditional) – 6:08
Sleeve design by Hipgnosis. The cover photographs were taken at The Hill Garden, part of Inverforth House, Hampstead Heath in North West London, designed by landscape architect Thomas Mawson. The model in the photo was Katie Meehan, daughter of Tony Meehan from The Shadows.
Conditions: [Sleeve & Vinyl].
- Meer dan 3 artiesten/bands
- Artiest/band (max 3)
- The Trees
- Meerdere titels
- Record titel
- Polly On The Shore [Dutch Pressing]
- Aantal artikelen
- Land van herkomst
- Jaar van uitgave (oudste)
- Very Good Plus (VG+)
- 1ste persing
- Originele binnenhoes
- Platenlabel nummer
- 64168 (1970, UK)