Not THE Wayfaring Strangers,
This review is from: Driftwood (Audio CD)
I personally didn't like this album (it was rather bland, I thought) but the main point of this review is just to stress that this is not the same as The Wayfaring Strangers who recorded This Train and Shifting Sands of Time.
At the time of writing this, Amazon have a biography for the Wayfaring Strangers, which states:
The band profiled in this bio should not be confused with a European duo that is also called the Wayfaring Strangers; that acoustic twosome (which goes back to 1994) consists of British guitarist/singer Neil Grant and German mandolinist/singer Martin Ahrndt, whereas the Wayfaring Strangers profiled in this bio (who are also acoustic-oriented) are an American collective led by violinist/pianist Matt Glaser.
This album, driftwood, is the Grant/Ahrndt duo. The other two albums are by the Matt Glaser led collective. Unfortunately (at the moment) the same biography comes up if you click on this (Grant/Ahrndt) Wayfaring Strangers.
Amazon, however, were happy to offer me a refund, so thumbs up to Amazon.