by Lori Llyn

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zerojack Reminds me of some of my favorite British folk artists. Beautiful & original sounding to my ears. Favorite track: Barge of Avalon.
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This EP is a collection of four evocative soundscapes taking you on a journey through the magical land of Avalon.

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released October 19, 2018

Produced by Lori Llyn
Production Assistance: Bob Westcott
Engineering: Lori Llyn and Dave Cook

Lori Llyn: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards, Flute
Bob Westcott: Electric and Acoustic Guitars, Bass (Tracks 3 and 4)
Jody Wexler: Vocals (Tracks 1 and 3)
Jenny Flaum: Cello (Track 2)
Akiva the Believer: Percussion (Track 1 and 3)

All Songs written, recorded and arranged by Lori LLyn except
Glastonbury- music written by Lori Llyn/Bob Westcott


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Lori Llyn New York

Singer-Songwriter. Blending influences from traditional folk, celtic lore, and medieval chant; inspired by nature, mythology and fantasy and world music.

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Track Name: Barge of Avalon
Avalon, calling the barge of Avalon, calling the Barge of Avalon, calling the barge to carry us home.
Track Name: Lady by the Lake
When the tide begins to rise, emerging from the water does she rise.
The Lady by the Lake on the shores of Avalon

There her arms are opened wide, upon this sacred land, she abides,
The Lady by the Lake on the shores of Avalon

Oh Lady, veiled in blue, uphold your sword
In the heartbeat of your homeland
I’ll search no more
I am home

Now the mist has finally cleared and there before my eyes, she appears, the Lady by the Lake on the shores of Avalon.
Track Name: On the Tor
Earth we’re calling, ocean we’re calling, sky we’re calling, circling round and round.

Mother we’re calling, ancient one we’re calling, entering the labyrinth upon the sacred ground. On the Tor, On the Tor, upon the Tor.

Drums they beat, voices sing, praising the tides of ebb and flow, here within the spiral, deep, deep, deeper we go, rising high, rising high upon the Tor.

(Welsh Lyrics)

(Latin Lyrics)
Track Name: Glastonbury
As you enter the Island of Apples a seed is awakened, it will bear every root, every bud, every fruit every tree. The center is calm like the eye of a hurricane, stirred by flames of the sun, and cleansed by the rain, and the ocean continues to carry its name.


Oh Glastonbury, such magic in the air, Oh Glastonbury, the tales and the legends are still living there.

To gaze at the Tor from the foothills at the hour of midnight
The tower looms large as it stands ever strong on the hill.
The labyrinth weaving, revealing its history, the ancestors singing the tales of its mystery,and their voices continue to echo its name. (repeat chorus)

The springs ever flow as they grow from the heart of the Goddess, She offers her blood to the earth wherein lies the seed. Deep from Her womb bearing gifts we may never see, traveling many fine paths through the winding trees and the forest continues to u[hold its name. (repeat chorus)

At the hour of dawn you can hear the call of a raven. A shadow is cast as it flies ever high in the sky. It comes to bring wisdom from the land of its ancient home, coming to rest on the edge of the sacred stone and the circle continues to honor its name (repeat chorus)

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