Tudor Lodge was formed in England in 1968. In 1969, the lineup of the group solidified as a trio featuring John Stannard, Lyndon Green and American flautist and singer Ann Steuart. For two years, they toured the UK folk circuit, and in 1971, released their eponymous debut on the Vertigo label. In '72, Steuart was replaced by Linda Thompson, then Linda Peters, and the new trio toured the Netherlands but disbanded soon after. In 1980, the original trio reunited but Steuart soon left the group and moved back to the States. She was then replaced by Lynne Whiteland. In 1988, Green officially retired from performing and moved to Japan and the band has remained a duo since. Download here.