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Harvest Hymns Volumes 1 & 2

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  • Harvest Hymns Volumes 1 & 2

    Folk Horror Revival today release their eagerly awaited Twisted Roots & Sweet Fruits publications. Very decent price and all profits to charity, mate.

    We met main protagonist, Jim Peters, at a horror festival deep in M.R. James territories last year. He was giving a introductive lecture on FHR and we were just playing horror soundtrack/library stuff between the speakers/films. Managed to get a good look at the manuscript at this time and based on what I read, thoroughly recommend them.

    Harvest Hymns. Volume I - Twisted Roots

    The Twisted Roots of Folk Horror music. An exploration of the artists and their music who laid the foundations for future generations of Folk Horror musicians. Taking in Murder Ballads, Acid Folk, Occult Rock, The Blues and Traditional Folk Music as well as Film Soundtracks Twisted Roots is a collection of articles, interviews and album reviews from the likes of Maddy Prior, Jonny Trunk, Sharron Kraus, John Cameron and Candia McKormack and many more.

    Harvest Hymns. Volume II - Sweet Fruits

    Harvest Hymns – the twisted roots and sweet fruits of folk horror music ‘. Volume Two Sweet Fruits’ focuses on music that has been inspired and influenced by those artists, composers and albums covered in Vol.1 (Twisted Roots’) to create the music that we now would consider to be `Folk Horror’ – or that at least grazes in the same pastures as those artists. A mixture of interviews, articles and reviews from, about and with the likes of Adam Scovell, Moon Wiring Club, Drew Mullholland, Broadcast, The Devil & The Universe, Jim Jupp, Inkubus Sukkubus and A Year in the Country. Keep your eyes peeled for Scarecrows, Horn Dancers and Corn Rigs, Hamlets, Fetes and Villages, Black Eyed Dogs, Hanging Trees and the mist rising in Fields of Blackberries, Weeping Willows, the Rolling of the Stones, and the Great God Pan sat upon his throne… and beware of all that goes on Beyond the Wych Elm for there ‘tis the Season of the Witch.

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  • #2
    Right up my street


    • #3
      They look just the ticket. I find I need non-fiction if I'm reading in bed because I drop off so quickly it's hard to keep the thread of fiction.
      "You don't want to kill the cash donkey"