For over ten years, the British folk music group the Poozies has combined innovative agreements with a like of common Celtic melodies. The group produced in 1989, when previous Sileas associates Mary Macmaster (metal-strung and electro harps, percussion, and vocals) and Patsy Seddon (gut and electro harps, percussion, vocals, and fiddle) distributed their notion of an all-female folk group with guitarist/vocalist/percussionist Sally Barker. They linked to accordion participant/vocalist Karen Tweed and fiddler Jenny Gardner. Though Gardner still left soon after their initial few gigs — including a performance on the Shetland Folk Celebration — the Poozies continuing being a quartet and released 1993’s Chantoozies and 1995’s Dansoozies with this lineup. Barker still left the group in 1996 and was changed briefly by up-and-coming vocalist Kate Rusby, who documented the Come INCREASE YOUR Head EP as well as the Infinite Blue record with them before carrying on her solo profession. By the past due ’90s, vocalist/fiddler Eilidh Shaw became a member of the group, as well as the 2000 discharge Raise Your Mind: A Retrospective celebrated the group’s initial ten years.