Its a very simple album, and this works so well. Acoustic Guitair that would grace any classic era ( 60s early 70s) folk album plus Megs solo voice. There are no drums, no effects , no bass guitar etc etc and that is a plus point. One track , the second version of Dear Comapnion is unacompanied. Almost half the songs are traditional. Will O Winsbury being the standout classic this is pure lovelyness, haunted and wonderful. I know this song due to the brilliant Anne Briggs , and it would seem that Meg may of well immersed her self in Anne before setting off to make this album. "All I ever wanted" is so full of emotion it hurts. This is one of those albums that seems to be a crossover, not so much in musical style , but in continent, an American playing and singing in an English folk style. But it works and works well, one of my fave Cds at the moment !