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All Things Are Quite Silent: Complete Recordings 1970-1971
Review by Gary Hill
This new box set features three full albums from Steeleye Span. It comes in a nice clamshell box and includes an impressive booklet.

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Dodgy Bastards
Review by Rick Damigella
Folk rock legends Steeleye Span have been crafting their unique blend of ancient music-meets-modern instrumentation for the better part of five decades.

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Hark! The Village Wait
Review by Gary Hill
The first album from Steeleye Span, this was released in 1970. It's perhaps more acoustic and traditionally driven than the discs that followed it.

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Please to See the King
Review by Gary Hill
This is Steeleye Span's second disc, released in 1971. As much as I enjoy the first album, I'd say that this one elevates things a bit.

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Ten Man Mop Or Mr. Reservoir Butler Rides Again
Review by Gary Hill
Steeleye Span's third album, this was released in 1971 (and was their second release that year). I think this is proggier than the first two.

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