The Stylers - The Stylers mp3 album
The Settlers started out in the 60s, their first release in 1964. They were a trio for their initial albums, mixing contemporary folk covers (Dylan, etc) with folk/bluegrass. By 1969 they'd added a bass player, Geoff, who lived in the same house as Tony Hooper in Hampstead that inspired the Strawbs song "Pieces of 79 and 15". The Settlers used to perform several tracks by the Strawbs, including "Always On My Mind" and "You Keep Going Your Way". The album also contains a spoken intro to "Martin Luther King's Dream" with atmospheric fuzz electric guitar in the background.
IMPROVEMENT HIGHLIGHTS: Windows 10 compatible, auto save, different resolutions including full screen, mouse, keyboard, and controller support for split-screen mode. The Settlers III is a lavishly designed, strategy-filled fantasy civilization simulation in which you have your industrious little subjects construct buildings, produce goods, and conquer new lands in exciting real-time battles
The stylers Q&A. Featuring Mundi styler. More Don styler albums.