Germany's premier Middle Age-Metal-band is back with "Verehrt und angespien"!
Did they manage to reach "Weckt die Toten" or even surpass it? The answer can only be: YES!
The mixture is even more refined than before and the Middle Age amalgamates with stainless steel to an alloy of highest class!…
"Verehrt und angespien" for sure has a very special position and has to be viewed as one of the most important and best albums of the year 1999!
Carolanne Pegg first came to attention as a member of the progressive folk-rock group Mr. Fox, who recorded two acclaimed albums for Transatlantic Records. A highly versatile Fiddle player, she ventured forth as a solo artist in 1973, recording one of the most original folk influenced albums of the era, a fine, sometimes dark, example of Acid tinged progressive folk rock. Recorded at Rockfield studios, “Carolanne Pegg” featured guest musicians such as Albert Lee (guitar), Dave Peacock (bass) – later of Chas & Dave, Alan Eden (drums) & Michael Lavelle (cello). In addition to the fiddle, Carolanne also played harmonium & guitar, but arguably the high point of her talents was her unique and evocative vocal style.