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  • Dave Sudbury – The King of Rome: songs of Dave Sudbury (CD)

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    Many folk music lovers will know the song ‘King of Rome’ made famous by June Tabor and more recently covered by The Unthanks. The man who wrote it was in fact Derby born folk singer Dave Sudbury. Brought to the attention of an international audience by June Tabor and Ken Russell the song has now been recorded by numerous artists. This version on the album ‘The King of Rome: songs of Dave Sudbury’ is the original, and one of a collection written and performed by the author. Recorded live with the help of Andrew Cronshaw, It captures the enduring spirit …

  • Kan – Sleeper (CD)

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    Four of the finest, most influential artists of the 21st century traditional music world including Aidan O’Rourke of Lau and Brian Finnegan of Flook. Kan are a distinctive new instrumental band who’s debut album “Sleeper” drips with elegance and contemporary Celtic tunes. Award winning Scottish Fiddler (and recent Olympic Composer and Jack Bruce collaborator) Aidan O’Rourke is already hugely acclaimed for his understated (and delightfully powerful) melodies as one third of avant-folk trio Lau. Showing no trace of creative fatigue, O’Rourke is joined in Kan by Brian Finnegan (Flutes/Whistles) a founding member of one of Britain’s most important ever traditional …

  • The Albion Band – The Vice of the People (CD)

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    The Albion Band, originally formed by Ashley Hutchings in 1971, are pioneers of English folk rock. In 2011 Ashley stepped aside to introduce an all-new line up to reinvigorate Folk Rock for a new generation. Recapturing the spirit of the band’s heyday with an edgier approach to folk rock, new album ‘The Vice of The People’ places new songs alongside reimagined traditional material, reworked Albion classics and stomping tune sets. Taking the spirit of classic era Albion Band and fusing it with award-winning songwriting, this is the sound of 21st Century English folk rock, and a welcome shot in the …

  • The woodbine & Ivy Band – The Woodbine & Ivy Band (CD)

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    The Woodbine & Ivy Band are a group of Manchester musicians who are not all from a folk background but the qualities they bring to this album are clearly mirrored in their arrangements and dynamics that call to mind the heyday of the 70′s folk rock revival. Although their influences range from Sandy Denny to Crazy Horse they are equally at home with the drone rock of Spaceman 3. The album has been getting blasted from our speakers on a daily basis since its arrival. The band chose ten tradtional British folk songs from the English and Scottish tradition and …

  • Treacherous Orchestra – Origins (CD)

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    Treacherous Orchestra are an 11 piece band featuring musicians from (amongst others) Shooglenifty, the Peatbog Fairies and Salsa Celtica. Following their hugely successful debut at Celtic Connections in 2009, the band have been bringing their considerable talent together and have, at last, produced a studio album titled ‘Origins’. Like something from a Celtic Noah’s ark (and, let’s face it, we get the rain for it up here) this band come in two-by-two… double helpings of pipes, fiddles and percussion are joined by accordion, banjo and guitar to produce a sound that’s as big as the band, and then some. The …

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