Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by danny la rouge, Nov 2, 2007.
The would mean the aspiring lower-middle class would learn Keane.
What lovely lyrics these are. Splendid song too.
Thanks for that
Stanley Edwards - best troll ever.
I saw Fairport in Durham last year, and great they were too. It's a shame Sandy D. didn't stick around though.
I always loved 'Crazy Man Michael' and 'Farewell, Farewell'
I get this as a recurring earworm. It was a filler track on the end a tape of an album.
Only found out what and who it was a few years ago.
Love it, and shame it’s not on Spotify.
The North Star Grassman and the Ravens, as been a treasured album I inherited from one of my cousins back in the mid seventies.
It is a very emotive album with some great songs.
One of the greatest female vocalists this country ever produced.
Slightly off topic by relevant. I would like to say what a great bloke Ashley Hutchings is. Always polite and give you time for a natter, used to bump into them regularly when the Albion Band was touring back in the late eighties and early nineties. Phil Beer, who went onto to form Show of Hands and Ashley were always decent to those who turned out to see them.
Great thread. Digging out some Pentangle, Eliza Carthy or even Mr Fox (but drawing the line ar Steeleye Span)
not really into her but i can appreciate her voice and talent. but then not really into English folk either.
I occasionally get the same with Nothing More. Today is one of those days
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