A compelling combination of songs, harmonies, and interactive playing.
Remastered re-release of their 2nd album. The album was recorded live in the studio and has a strong driven feel.
Endless Freefall is a bolder stronger album than their debut Up To The Sun in some ways - vocally stronger - they just seemed to go for it instrumentally too. This is a reflection perhaps of the number of live gigs they had under their belts when they recorded this.
influences - Crosby, Stills Nash & Young, Van Morrisson, Alan Stivell, Mike Scott, John Sebastian, Jesse Colin Young
3, 5, 7, 10 by Chris Conway
2, 6, 9 by Dave Everitt
1, 12 by Dan Britton
4 by Dan Britton/Rob Melville
8 by Dave Everitt/Dan Britton
11 trad Brittany atrr The Storm Thieves
released October 10, 1994
Chris Conway - vocals, acoustic & electric 9string guitars, keyboards, flutes, kalimba, percussion
Dan Britton - vocals, guitars, bodhran, harmonica, drums, percussion
Dave Everitt - vocals, guitar, double bass, percussion, special effects