This is a relatively obscure artist from the US who recorded two albums in the late 1960s and then one more in the mid 1970s. The first and most known two are collected here on one reissued CD and were produced by Lee Hazlewood, the famous arranger and musician of the period. These two albums are introspective loner folk-based music with a whimsical acoustic song of guitar and gently yearning vocals complemented by understated strings and woodwinds. These songs have a distant, late night quality being simple and rather delicate in style. On the first album there is perhaps a doomed romantic aspect with the instruments providing a touch of chamber music to the songs. Fans of Melanie, early Simon and Garfunkal or UK musicians like Duncan Browne would probably enjoy
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Laine and Alan - 1982 - On An Autumn Day Fantastic UK female vocal folk. Mainly trad tunes but with such a sweet and beautiful feeling, the vocals on this are just superb, lovely instrumentation with Flutes / Autoharp / Harmonium etc, so fragile sounding yet her voice is just so perfect, backed by John Rose and Nick Dow, produced by Rick Saunders. I put a personal guarantee that you will love this LP!