This Dublin group’s sole and rare album, 1973’s Early One Morning hours…., provided a fascinating indie-type spin over the United kingdom Isles folk-rock design of the first ’70s. Though intensely indebted in a few methods to the rock-up-traditional-Celtic-folk strategy pioneered by Fairport Convention and Steeleye Period, it added even more psychedelic, intensifying, and pop affects than sets of the type customarily utilized. The violin, tin whistle, harpsichord, recorder, and bodhran provided a number of the even more traditional elements, the agreements were eclectic more than enough to also encompass body organ, electric mandolin, as well as some Moog. While there is a particular naïvete to both material as well as the creation, the songs had been fairly strong, managing some hard-charging rocked-up folk with wistful, quieter ballads. Mushroom released additional paths on singles for this period, but in any other case never recorded once again, the album learning to be a extremely sought-after collectible offering for just as much as many hundred pounds.