With Tudor Lodge's Vertigo label debut rightly acclaimed among the most exquisite jewels of the early-'70s progressive folk movement, it was always a major cause of frustration that that was all there was. No follow-up album, no circulating outtakes - what you saw was all you got, and Tudor Lodge ascended into immortality accordingly.
01-It All Comes Back To M. p3. 02-Would You Believe. 05-Help Me Find Myself. 06-Nobody's Listening. 10-Lady's Changing Home.
Something was lost Forgotten, left behind But now it comes to mind Now the corners they have been swept And I’ve not slept For looking around. And it all comes back to me now You bring it back somehow you do. Something was sleeping So deep I did not know Maybe I moved too slow Now the lights they are all back on It’s not all gone I feel it around. You have brought something home to me You have uncovered a need in me And now I find you close to me Old visions reappear to me Of times gone by When I could fly But now I find you’re.
Tudor Lodge It All Comes Back To Me скачать и слушать. It all comes back to me. 2:57. It All Comes Back To Me Now.
Tudor Lodge has been played on NTS shows including Black Impulse, with It All Comes Back To Me first played on 19 July 2014. A progressive folk band formed in the late sixties, Tudor Lodge released their eponymous album on Vertigo in 1971, where it sold poorly enough to become highly collectable in later years. They split in 1972, but have undergone off-and-on reformations since 1980, resulting in the later albums Runaway (2003) and Unconditional (2006). Members include: John Stannard (throughout) Roger Strevens (1968-9) Lyndon Green (1969-72, 1980-88) Ann Steuart (1970-72, 1980) Linda Peters.