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Here follows a selection of compilation album appearances that The Rowan Amber Mill have featured on.

The Forest / The Wald

The Forest The Wald

Year of release: 2016.

Released by: A Year in the Country

The Rowan Amber Mill track featured: Ocarina Procession.

Artists featured: The Rowan Amber Mill, Bare Bones, Magpahi, Polypores, Time Attendant, David Colohan, Richard Moult, Sproatly Smith, The Hare And The Moon ft Alaska, The Séance with Lutine, Cosmic Neighbourhood and A Year In The Country.

Details: "The Forest / The Wald is a study and collection of work that reflects on fragments and echoes of tales from the woodland and its folklore released by the renowned dark folk website A Year in the Country."

Fractures

Fractures

Year of release: 2016.

Released by: A Year in the Country

The Rowan Amber Mill track featured: Ratio (Sequence).

Artists featured: The Rowan Amber Mill, Circle/Temple, Sproatly Smith, Keith Seatman, Polypores, The Listening Center, The British Space Group, The Hare And The Moon ft Alaska/Michael Begg, Time Attendant, A Year In The Country and David Colohan.

Details: "Fractures is a gathering of studies and explorations that take as their starting point the year 1973; a time when there appeared to be a schism in the fabric of things, a period of political, social, economic and industrial turmoil, when 1960s utopian ideals seemed to corrupt and turn inwards."

The Quietened Village

The Quietened Village

Year of release: 2016.

Released by: A Year in the Country

The Rowan Amber Mill track featured: Separations.

Artists featured: The Rowan Amber Mill, Howlround, Time Attendant, The Straw Bear Band, Polypores, Cosmic Neigbourhood, The Soulless Party, A Year In The Country, Sproatly Smith, David Colohan and Richard Moult.

Details: "The Quietened Village is a study of and reflection on the lost, disappeared and once were homes and hamlets that have wandered off the maps or that have become shells of their former lives and times."

The Delaware Road

The Delaware Road

Year of release: 2015.

Released by: Buried Treasure

The Rowan Amber Mill track featured: The Buzzard and the Nightingale (instrumental).

Artists featured: The Rowan Amber Mill, Howlround, The Twelve Hour Foundation, The Dandelion Set, Ian Helliwell, Dolly Dolly, Revbjelde, Trouble and Strife, Loose Capacitor, Tongues of Fire, Asterion, Robin Lee.

Details: "The Delaware Road is an occult conspiracy thriller and an audio-visual treat for fans of archived electronica, far out jazz and haunted folk grooves chronicling the musician's obsession with sound, sex and magic."

Songs from the Black Meadow

Songs from the Black Meadow

Year of release: Original release: 2014 - Re-release: 2016.

Released by: Original: Exiled. Re-release: Mega Dodo.

The Rowan Amber Mill track featured: The Meadow's Call by The Rowan Amber Mill and Angeline Morrison.

Artists featured: The Rowan Amber Mill, Angeline Morrison, Emily Jones, The Hare and the Moon, Alison O'Donnell, Wyrdstone, Keith Seatman, Winterberry, The Implicit Order, Elena Martin, The Soulless Party, Eastgreen, Lost Trail, Joseph Curwen, Kid Moxie, Mervyn Williams ft Theale Green School Senior Choir, Septimus Keen.

Details: "Songs from the Black Meadow features music and songs inspired by the mystifying and somewhat spooky Black Meadow. Sold in aid of Cancer Research."

Forever Changing - A Tribute To Love's Forever Changes

Forever Changing - A Tribute To Love's Forever Changes

Year of release: 2014.

Released by: Active Listener.

The Rowan Amber Mill track featured: The Daily Planet (Meadows in Space mix).

Artists featured: The Rowan Amber Mill, The Magnetic Mind, Sky Picnic, The Solar System, The Red Plastic Buddha, Earthling Society, The Smoking Trees, James Mckeown, The Hypnotic Eye, The Green Tambourine Band, 39th and the Nortons, Crushed Purple, Doug Tuttle, Flower Drums, The Chemistry Set, The Kitchen Cynics, The Blue Giant Zeta Puppies.

Details: "The first anniversary of the Active Listener music blog, and to celebrate we've put together a limited edition cassette release of tracks from many artists you will have read about on the blog over the last year and a few from newer names that took our fancy."

The Active Listener Sampler 11

The Active Listener Sampler 11

Year of release: 2013.

Released by: Active Listener.

The Rowan Amber Mill track featured: The Book of the Lost (Instrumental Theme).

Artists featured: The Rowan Amber Mill, Cornershop, The Sufis, Elastic Sleep, Hollow Mirrors, The Janitors, The Hypnotic Eye, Gemini Revolution, The Striped Bananas, David A Jaycock, Trappist Afterland, Big Dwarf, Quimper, The Boxing Lesson, Juleah, Kanoi.

Details: "A sampler of 16 eclectic tracks curated by The Active Listener."

Hail be you Sovereigns; Lief an Dear: Dark Britannica III

Hail be you Sovereigns; Lief an Dear: Dark Britannica III

Year of release: 2012.

Released by: Cold Spring (Limited copies also available from MillerSounds Shop).

The Rowan Amber Mill track featured: On Ridgeway Fields (early version)

Artists featured: The Rowan Amber Mill, Barron Brady, Cernunnos Rising, Corncrow, Dragon Spirit, Drohne, Emil Brynge, Kate Harrison, Kim Thompsett, Laienda, Magicfolk, Mama, Philip Butler and Natasha Tranter, Sproatly Smith, Tinkerscuss, Tony Wakeford (Sol Invictus), Touch The Earth, Wyrdstone, Autumn Grieve, Beneath The Oak, Demdyke, Ian McKone, Jennifer Crook, John Parker, Rattlebag, Relig Oran, Richard Masters, Ruby Throat, Sedayne : Sundog, Telling The Bees, The Fates, The Hare And The Moon, The Kittiwakes, Venereum Arvum.

Details: "The follow-up to the award winning Folk compilation "John Barleycorn Reborn" from 2007. 34 tracks and 146 minutes of music from the best of current British Folk artists."

The Active Listener's 1st Birthday compilation

The Active Listener's 1st Birthday compilation

Year of release: 2012.

Released by: Active Listener.

The Rowan Amber Mill track featured: Mandrake, Hemlock and Rye (Egotism Version).

Artists featured: The Rowan Amber Mill, Emily Jones, The Magnetic Mind, Sir Psych, Zane Armstrong, Sky Picnic, Les Annees, The Solar System, Mordecai Smyth, The No-Men, Darius Greene, Tony Wakeford, Chuck Owston and Sara Masters, The Hare and the Moon, Sproatly Smith.

Details: "The first anniversary of the Active Listener music blog, and to celebrate we've put together a limited edition cassette release of tracks from many artists you will have read about on the blog over the last year and a few from newer names that took our fancy."

We Bring You a King with a Head of Gold; Dark Britannica II

We Bring You a King with a Head of Gold; Dark Britannica II

Year of release: 2010.

Released by: Cold Spring. (Limited copies also available from MillerSounds Shop).

The Rowan Amber Mill track featured: Blood and Bones (Ciderdelica Mix).

Artists featured: The Rowan Amber Mill, The Hare And The Moon, The Elder Tree, Foxpockets, Venereum Arvum, Mary Jane, Andrew King, Earthling Society, David Kidman, Steve Tyler and Andy Clarke, Xenis Emputae Travelling Band, Sixpenny Wayke, Heed The Thunder, Galley Beggar, Hills Have Riffs, A Tiding Of Magpies, Earthling Society, Thornland, Foxpockets, Colossloth, Beneath The Oak, David Whitwell, David Kidman, Sol-De-Muerte, Tim Graham, Woodwose, The Transmutations, Finglebone, Nathaniel Robin Mann, Lost Harbours.

Details: "John Barleycorn is king of the fields, gloriously robed in green and crowned with sheaves of golden wheat. He reigns all summer long, but is cut down and deposed at harvest-time, only to be reborn and reinstated the following year. He relies on no arid theory to justify his rule, but only his endless generosity to his subjects. The King is dead – long live the King. 30 tracks from the cream of current dark British Folk music."

Beyond the Pale

Beyond the Pale

Year of release: 2009.

Released by: Sideways Through Sound.

The Rowan Amber Mill track featured: Blood and Bones.

Artists featured: The Rowan Amber Mill, The Gentle Good, Arborea, Driftwood Manor, Dean McPhee, Silver Pines, Jeff Eden, Yousei, Old Lost John, Muffin, Heidi Elva, Anonymeye, River Crombie, Tobias Selkirk, Shion Om Pan, Owls of the Swamp, Alice Hutchinson, The Orbweavers, Seaworthy, The Boy Who Spoke Clouds..

Details: "Deluxe twenty track double CD compilation. A wonderful and lavishly presented limited edition double CD released by Sideways Through Sound- a cult Australian radio show."

Review: "Sideways Through Sound Radio has been broadcasting from deep within the corridors of cult laden psyche/folk/drone music for the last two years and "Beyond The Pale" is the realization of a sonic vision. "Beyond The Pale" is a double CD set featuring some of the best psyche/folk/drone around today. With 20 tracks from 20 artists, beautifully packaged in a bound, 13 page, A5 booklet featuring unique artwork for each track from the musicians themselves. Disc One features 10 tracks from across Australia, with another 10 tracks on Disc Two, with music from Japan, Ireland, the US, Scandinavia and the UK. Both discs of "Beyond The Pale" showcase mostly unreleased and exclusive tracks, with guitar picking trickery from Anonemye, Yousei and Jeff Eden, shimmering psyche-folk from Silver Pines, The Driftwood Manor and Shion Om Pan, intimate solo work from River Crombie, The Gentle Good and Alice Hutchison, avant-dronescapes from Seaworthy, Heidi Elva and Dean McPhee and heavy new-folk sounds from The Rowan Amber Mill and Arborea this is 'a wonderful free flowing collection that is varied, current and contains enough quality to ensure it will still sound good years down the line.' (Terrascope, Feb 09)."

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