8 thoughts on “ King Henry - Steeleye Span - Below The Salt (CD, Album) ”

  1. With this album, Steeleye Span came to the fore of the British folk/rock movement and made serious headway with American listeners. Though it begins with the precious yet jaunty "Spotted Cow" followed by the forlorn "Rosebud In June" and then some snappy jigs, the songs become progressively complex thereafter/5(64).
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Below the Salt - Steeleye Span on AllMusic - - The most successful of all Steeleye Span lineups, 9/
  3. Aug 23,  · The LP gatefold cover is unusual, so 70s medieval. Most memorable tracks are Rosebud in June, King Henry, and Gaudete. The music is English folk songs recreated with modern flair. Songs are fairly straightforward - but lovely. Pryor's voice is very well suited to the music. I recommend this album. I grew up listening to this and still have it/5().
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Below The Salt on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • /5(3).
  5. Steeleye Span. Below The Salt. Gatefold Sleeve Has Some Buff And Edge Wear. Nice Clean Unmarked Vinyl. Both Sides Play With A Warm Clear Sound, Good Definition And An Extensive Dynamic Range. Uk, Chrysalis, C LP. NEAR MINT (NM OR M .
  6. "Below the salt" is probably my favourite Steeleye Span album. Here, the band find a true identity for themselves. The have the courage to take a collection of traditional songs, dust them down and present them in a unique (at the time) way, while retaining the integrity of the melodies. This is traditional prog folk pure and simple/5(11).
  7. Below the Salt is the fourth studio album by Steeleye Span and their first after they joined the Chrysalis label. The album takes medieval influence and combines it with the band's British folk rock style. The lineup on the album includes Bob Johnson and Rick Kemp .
  8. Sep 29,  · Steeleye Span – Below the Salt – Classic Music Review By altrockchick on September 29, This is one of the best album covers ever, and not just because of Maddy Prior’s barefoot faux pas.

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