|Title||Hark! The Village Wait|
|Lineup||Mark I With Dave Mattacks and Gerry Conway on drums|
|1||A calling-on song|
|1||All things are quite silent|
|2||The hills of Greenmore|
|3||My Johnny was a shoemaker|
|4||Lowlands of Holland|
|6||One night as I lay on my bed|
The album that started the journey.
What it finally turned out was that Terry and Gay were there, and Tyger, and so we found ourselves sitting in Tyger's back room one day with Terry and Gay, who we'd never met before—I don't think—and himself, Tyger, me, and Tim. And we thought, “this is an unlikely setup if ever there was”, ‘cause two duos, and one odd man out, makes a strange format. But we said, “Oh well, we'll give it a go—why not? Nothing to loose as they say.”
As was then the fashion, the band retired to a country house to make the album, and then broke up without ever playing a live gig.
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