fields and waves


\”From Middle English hoo, shoo \”she\” from Old English hēo \”she\”. The Hoo Peninsula is a peninsula in England separating the estuaries of the rivers Thames and Medway. It is dominated by a line of sand and clay hills, surrounded by an extensive area of marshland composed of alluvial silt. The name Hoo is the Old English word for spur of land.\”

With Guitar by Graham Sutton.

.O.RANG: HOO from \”Fields And Waves\” CD  Echo (ECHCD 10) (UK) 1996

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