Long lamented and mythologised as the lost ‘Sergeant Pepper of folk’, Bright Phoebus is a startlingly progressive, self-penned 1972 album by late siblings Lal and Mike Waterson – of England’s fabled folk dynasty – released in a half-botched pressing which left just 1000 copies in existence. Until August 2017, when it was finally remastered and reissued by Domino Records.
In commemorative celebration, surviving sister Norma Waterson, her husband Martin and daughter Eliza Carthy, plus nieces Ann, Eleanor and Marry Waterson, perform the album in full, together with related, unreleased material, accompanied by musical director and multi-instrumentalist Kate St John, guitarist Neill MacColl, bassist Rory MacFarlane and drummer Martyn Barker.
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