Between 1966 and 1974, Robin Williamson was half from the Incredible String Music group, but his career didn’t founder after ISB’s demise, though it may be said to took several quirky turns, including a collaboration on the spy novel as well as the publication of the bizarre semi-autobiography. From these literary avocations, Williamson shaped the Significantly Cry Ceilidh Music group with Stan Schnier and Tag Simos, but under no circumstances made it towards the documenting studio room. In 1976, Williamson fulfilled with harpist Sylvia Woods, and as well as Chris Caswell and Jerry McMillan, they shaped Robin Williamson & His Merry Music group. Between 1977 and 1979, they released three albums: the extremely traditional Journey’s Advantage in 1977, American Stonehenge in 1978, along with a Glint in the Kindling in 1979, which presented the epic historic routine “Five Denials on Merlin’s Grave.” Following the breakup from the Merry Band, Williamson began to tour single, offering extremely ambient models dominated by traditional tales set to music. Releases of the period include Tracks of Like and Parting as well as the devoted folklorist’s Legacy from the Scottish Harpers. Williamson’s nervous about the English bardic custom also manifested itself in a number of books and tapes including spoken renditions of traditional stories. Subsequent projects noticed the prolific Williamson documenting tapes and discs of music for kids and pouring his energies into environmental tasks for the Scottish Animals Trust. Iron Rock was released for the ECM label in 2006. Though Williamson continuing to tour the uk and in European countries, he didn’t concern another documenting before vinyl-only Love WILL STAY in 2012. A live providing, it had been a beautifully packed arranged that also included his composing and reproductions of his paintings. Different reissues from the Amazing String Music group, and his single albums continuing to seem from a number of brands. Williamson’s next providing of new materials was 2014’s Rely upon the Increasing Light from ECM in November of 2014, his initial documenting for the label in eight years.