Although success eluded them during their early-'70s run, the brief catalog of British folk-rock band Trees managed to age gracefully into cult status over the ensuing years. Like their contemporaries Fairport Convention, the London quintet combined traditional folk music with guitar-driven rock, adding their own progressive and psychedelic flair into the mix. After a pair of albums for CBS, they disbanded in 1973. While Trees never re-formed, they enjoyed a resurgence in the late 2000s after American soul duo Gnarls Barkley sampled one of their songs on their hit 2007 album St. Elsewhere. In 2020, Trees celebrated their legacy with a 50th anniversary box set containing both of their albums and an array of rare and unreleased material. Formed in London in early 1969 just as the folk-rock boom was ramping up, Trees' initial lineup ...
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