A folk trio who was active in Derbyshire in central England met Jane Marsden, a vocalist with a brilliant voice, and this was the opportunity for the birth of a six-member electric folk rock band, No Light Turn. They gained popularity in central England, and in 1983, at Woodwarm Studio, which was the core of the Fairport Convention, they independently produced their first album, "No Light Turn." (Adding a cover song "Lady of Pleasure" that respects Fairport to the album) The uniqueness of NRT is that although it is not so much involved in live performances, two songwriters, Phil Harrison and Tim Dawson, Being on the back as a member, the repertoire of major vocal songs was the original that became their pen. Jane's multi-recording / double-track vocals, reminiscent of Linda Perhax, were the band's glamor, and the British-style refreshing and melancholy voice matched Harrison / Dawson's original songs best. While there are songs that appeal to the times, such as "Roller Coaster" where neo acoustic acoustic guitars run, "Lawlands Away" which invites nostalgia, and "What Do You Do?" Rearrange traditional songs such as "Ash Plant" and "Waves" into a heavy progressive instrument like Pink Floyd. This exquisite sense of balance is also the charm of the band. It's a local indie independent board, but it's a lovable miracle work that is truly a masterpiece!