The new FOLKEARTH CD, "By the Sword of My Father", featuring the FOREFATHER-penned track "The Lady's Gift" and contributions to two other tracks, is now available. The first album, "A Nordic Poem", has also been re-released.

According to a posting on the FOREFATHER web site, "There are some mistakes in the booklet of 'By the Sword of My Father'. Firstly, our names are the wrong way round on the photo in the middle (the keen-eyed amongst you will notice that). Secondly, Athelstan is wrongly credited for performing all the guitars on 'The Lady's Gift'. In fact, Wulfstan played all the guitar parts except the lead melody. Small things, but important nonetheless."

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