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ALLAN SHIERS

This was Allan's first album review. Pleasant natural acoustic vibes from this likeable understated British folkie. Harmonica solos embellish strummed titles...

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PETE RYDER AND SIAN HARRY

Another endearing album of original folk songs on this rare and collectible label. Pete’s rather gravelly voice is not the...

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VARIOUS

Ye olde charming English folk record strikes again on this endearing studio compilation featuring seven different UK artists, highlighted by...

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REALITY FOLK

Quaint lp of delicate folk music with precious harmonies from Barbara, Cob, Clive, and Steve, accompanied by acoustic guitars, double...

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KEN SCOTT

Angela (Profile  GMOR  005)  1974  UK *   No, it’s not me but a British acoustic singer/songwriter that just happens...

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LINKS

Glory Be To Jesus (Profile  GMOR  165)  1978  UK *     Actually this is one of the Profile releases...

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TRINITY HOUSE

Usually when I see a group advertised as a “garage band” I anticipate a real low-budget muffled sound, like it...

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GILL HARGREAVES

Open Our Eyes  (Profile GMOR 168)  1979  UK *     Much of this one has a traditional churchy feel,...

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GILL HARGREAVES

The Gift  (Profile  GMOR 172)  1980 UK *     This is the Gill of the folk group Gill, Colin,...

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