Legend Of The Kingfisher


  1. Feb 22,  · The ancient Greeks believed that the kingfisher nested during mid-winter, and that the gods provided special calm days, named halcyon days after the Greek name of this bird. In reality, kingfishers lay eggs in holes not nests, but maybe the ancient Greeks didn't know this.
  2. Gygafo ‎– Legend Of The Kingfisher Label: Background (2) ‎– HBG /2 CD Series: Background Series – Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Mono Country: UK Released: Genre: Rock. Style: Folk Rock, Prog Rock. Tracklist. 1: Solid Man Song: 2: A Room With A View: 3a: Waiting For The Rain /5(8).
  3. Recorded in , pressed by Holyground, but not prepared for release until late Distributed by Magic Mixture in a limited edition with insert. Most copies signed by Mike Levon and Dave Wood. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All/5(9).
  4. Gygafo - Legend Of The Kingfisher (NEW CD) Format: CD Catalogue Number: KSG Barcode / EAN: Label: KISSING SPELL Release Date: 08/12/ SEALED / UNSEALED: Please note all of our stock is brand new and sourced directly from UK record companies and will be delivered to you exactly as supplied to us. It is very common for UK Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. The Greek name for Kingfisher is halcyon, leading to the term ‘halcyon days’ which was originally a reference to the calm and fine weather at this time in Greece. We now use the term to refer to.
  6. The largest kingfisher in Africa is the giant kingfisher (Megaceryle maxima), which is 42 to 46 cm (17 to 18 in) in length and – g (– oz) in weight. The familiar Australian kingfisher known as the laughing kookaburra (Dacelo novaeguineae) is the heaviest species with females reaching nearly grams (18 oz) in weight.
  7. Dec 04,  · Entry number 15 on the list is Gygafo's "Legend of the Kingfisher", cat# HG, recorded ~3, released , in a pressing run of copies. It also makes mention of an upcoming reissue (due Jan, , copies) of Gygafo - "Legend of the Kingfisher", the issue I own.3/5(1).
  8. Sep 20,  · Also known as the Halycon, the Kingfisher is a long-time symbol of peace and prosperity. It has many legends and superstitions surrounding it with many originating in ancient Greece; the body of the Kingfisher, if dried, could ward off thunderbolts and storms.

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