Through the eighties and into the early nineties brothers Mark and Clive Ives put out a series of albums as Woo.
The music they made was almost proto-folktronica; gentle cyclic melodies comprised of acoustic guitars and bucolic synths. These are very English-sounding records, like a more pastoral strain of what Flying Saucer Attack dubbed Rural Psychedelia.
Download their 1990 cassette Into The Heart Of Love here and listen to It’s Love below.
No its not??? You all - ou a = y’all.
Such a drag to be around
"And you are near me now
You bring me peace
See that the change is now
And make me believe what I can see
The season is ours”
Song of the day: The Tower Recordings - Winter of Frozen Mornings
Song of the day: Tower Recordings - Empress of I-91
"In the rain, I was born… In the rain, I will die."