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Peter Howell & John Ferdinando

Ithaca, Agincourt & Other Psych-Folk Fairy Tales

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Peter Howell & John Ferdinando

Ithaca, Agincourt & Other Psych-Folk Fairy Tales


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From 1968 to 1974, producers, composers, singers and multi-instrumentalists Peter Howell and John Ferdinando created a total of five albums under different project names, including Ithaca and Agincourt, which came out as very limited pressings. Incredibly rare and highly sought-after for years, the records contained a magical world brimming with folk music, soft psychedelia, psych-pop and progressive overtones. Munster presents a selection of tracks from those wonderful albums in this 21-track double LP accompanied by a 19-track CD of totally distinct material. A 2019 Record Store Day release.

A 2019 Record Store Day release. If you heard about high prices on online music sites or are part of any worldwide record collectors circles, albums from groups such as Ithaca and Agincourt might sound familiar. Producers, composers, singers and multi-instrumentalists Peter Howell and John Ferdinando are two English musicians who started their partnership in the mid-60s. From 1968, with the release of their soundtrack for the play Alice Through The Looking Glass, until the release of a project called Friends in 1974, they put together a total of five albums, Ithaca and Agincourt being the two most expensive and collectable of all of them. Their music is absolutely exquisite and truly unique. It is predominantly folk, but very far from its traditional format. The longer you listen to their legacy, you’re going to find peculiar elements of classical gestures plus many flourishes of soft psychedelia, idiosyncratic progressive overtones, acid-folk, and a taste that you’re always entering the enchanting toy world of psych-pop. It does make total sense that the word cult is frequently applied to describe their creations. On this compilation (a 21-track double LP accompanied by a 19-track CD of totally distinct material), we also have the chance to read their own words. Both of them were interviewed for the liner notes, where they reveal their secret influences and their simple but unexpected ways of creating and composing. Be subtle, be daring, and immerse yourself in the magic world of Peter Howell and John Ferdinando.

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From 1968 to 1974, producers, composers, singers and multi-instrumentalists Peter Howell and John Ferdinando created a total of five albums under different project names, including Ithaca and Agincourt, which came out as very limited pressings. Incredibly rare and highly sought-after for years, the records contained a magical world brimming with folk music, soft psychedelia, psych-pop and progressive overtones. Munster presents a selection of tracks from those wonderful albums in this 21-track double LP accompanied by a 19-track CD of totally distinct material. A 2019 Record Store Day release.

A 2019 Record Store Day release. If you heard about high prices on online music sites or are part of any worldwide record collectors circles, albums from groups such as Ithaca and Agincourt might sound familiar. Producers, composers, singers and multi-instrumentalists Peter Howell and John Ferdinando are two English musicians who started their partnership in the mid-60s. From 1968, with the release of their soundtrack for the play Alice Through The Looking Glass, until the release of a project called Friends in 1974, they put together a total of five albums, Ithaca and Agincourt being the two most expensive and collectable of all of them. Their music is absolutely exquisite and truly unique. It is predominantly folk, but very far from its traditional format. The longer you listen to their legacy, you’re going to find peculiar elements of classical gestures plus many flourishes of soft psychedelia, idiosyncratic progressive overtones, acid-folk, and a taste that you’re always entering the enchanting toy world of psych-pop. It does make total sense that the word cult is frequently applied to describe their creations. On this compilation (a 21-track double LP accompanied by a 19-track CD of totally distinct material), we also have the chance to read their own words. Both of them were interviewed for the liner notes, where they reveal their secret influences and their simple but unexpected ways of creating and composing. Be subtle, be daring, and immerse yourself in the magic world of Peter Howell and John Ferdinando.

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Ithaca, Agincourt & Other Psych-Folk Fairy Tales

SKU: MR 390  |  , , ,

From 1968 to 1974, producers, composers, singers and multi-instrumentalists Peter Howell and John Ferdinando created a total of five albums under different project names, including Ithaca and Agincourt, which came out as very limited pressings. Incredibly rare and highly sought-after for years, the records contained a magical world brimming with folk music, soft psychedelia, psych-pop and progressive overtones. Munster presents a selection of tracks from those wonderful albums in this 21-track double LP accompanied by a 19-track CD of totally distinct material. A 2019 Record Store Day release.

A 2019 Record Store Day release. If you heard about high prices on online music sites or are part of any worldwide record collectors circles, albums from groups such as Ithaca and Agincourt might sound familiar. Producers, composers, singers and multi-instrumentalists Peter Howell and John Ferdinando are two English musicians who started their partnership in the mid-60s. From 1968, with the release of their soundtrack for the play Alice Through The Looking Glass, until the release of a project called Friends in 1974, they put together a total of five albums, Ithaca and Agincourt being the two most expensive and collectable of all of them. Their music is absolutely exquisite and truly unique. It is predominantly folk, but very far from its traditional format. The longer you listen to their legacy, you’re going to find peculiar elements of classical gestures plus many flourishes of soft psychedelia, idiosyncratic progressive overtones, acid-folk, and a taste that you’re always entering the enchanting toy world of psych-pop. It does make total sense that the word cult is frequently applied to describe their creations. On this compilation (a 21-track double LP accompanied by a 19-track CD of totally distinct material), we also have the chance to read their own words. Both of them were interviewed for the liner notes, where they reveal their secret influences and their simple but unexpected ways of creating and composing. Be subtle, be daring, and immerse yourself in the magic world of Peter Howell and John Ferdinando.

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Munster

Peter Howell & John Ferdinando

Ithaca, Agincourt & Other Psych-Folk Fairy Tales

SKU: MR 390  |  , , ,

From 1968 to 1974, producers, composers, singers and multi-instrumentalists Peter Howell and John Ferdinando created a total of five albums under different project names, including Ithaca and Agincourt, which came out as very limited pressings. Incredibly rare and highly sought-after for years, the records contained a magical world brimming with folk music, soft psychedelia, psych-pop and progressive overtones. Munster presents a selection of tracks from those wonderful albums in this 21-track double LP accompanied by a 19-track CD of totally distinct material. A 2019 Record Store Day release.

A 2019 Record Store Day release. If you heard about high prices on online music sites or are part of any worldwide record collectors circles, albums from groups such as Ithaca and Agincourt might sound familiar. Producers, composers, singers and multi-instrumentalists Peter Howell and John Ferdinando are two English musicians who started their partnership in the mid-60s. From 1968, with the release of their soundtrack for the play Alice Through The Looking Glass, until the release of a project called Friends in 1974, they put together a total of five albums, Ithaca and Agincourt being the two most expensive and collectable of all of them. Their music is absolutely exquisite and truly unique. It is predominantly folk, but very far from its traditional format. The longer you listen to their legacy, you’re going to find peculiar elements of classical gestures plus many flourishes of soft psychedelia, idiosyncratic progressive overtones, acid-folk, and a taste that you’re always entering the enchanting toy world of psych-pop. It does make total sense that the word cult is frequently applied to describe their creations. On this compilation (a 21-track double LP accompanied by a 19-track CD of totally distinct material), we also have the chance to read their own words. Both of them were interviewed for the liner notes, where they reveal their secret influences and their simple but unexpected ways of creating and composing. Be subtle, be daring, and immerse yourself in the magic world of Peter Howell and John Ferdinando.

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