This Exclusive Tales from the Black Meadow Double CD contains:
Disc 1 - 20 music tracks
Disc 2 - Radio 4 Documentary: "The Curse of the Black Meadow"
Plus Additional Tales*
4 Page Booklet including a sleeve note from Novelist and Comic book writer Warren Ellis.
Includes immediate download of 10-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
Immediate download of 10-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
"Listen to Tales From The Black Meadow and be introduced to the strange and wonderful world of Hammer Horror, of British Folklore, of Radiophonic Scores and things that go bump in the night. A delirious and delicious mystery…"
"An irresistibly evocative title that no budding hauntologist could rightly ignore.."
The Active Listener
"If you enjoy a bit of Folklore, Poetry, A Mystery on the moors, 1970s kids TV and some very lovely haunting music, then this book and CD are an absolute must.."
Keith Seatman - Test Transmission
When Professor R. Mullins of the University of
York went missing in 1972 on the site of the area
known as Black Meadow atop the North Yorkshire Moors,
he left behind an extensive body of work that provided a great
insight into the folklore of this mysterious place.
Mullins, a classics professor, had a great interest
in Black Meadow, in particular its folklore and
spent many years documenting its history and
tales that were part of the local oral tradition.
In his office, his colleagues found over twenty
thick notebooks crammed with stories and
interviews from the villages around Black
Some of these stories seemed to be from
the legendary disappearing village itself and
provided some vital clues as to how the
phenomena was interpreted and explained by the
In 1978, Radio 4 produced a now rare documentary
about the folklore,mystery and tales surrounding the Black Meadow area.
It also featured music specially commissioned to accompany the programme.
This music has recently been unearthed by the Mullins Estate and carefully isolated for your listening pleasure.
These stories, poems and songs have also been
gathered together to capture the unsettling
nature of the Black Meadow.
Do not listen to this on your own at night and make
sure you shut your windows. Listen for the
stamping feet of the horsemen, avoid the gaze of
the Watcher in the village and do not walk into the
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