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Folk/Acoustic

Discussion in 'music' started by maccar, Dec 29, 2018.

  1. ff1d1l

    ff1d1l pfm Member

    And the Bothy Band...Afterhours is a good in...
     
  2. maccar

    maccar pfm Member

    Some Celtic Folk favourites:
    Breabach, Rura, Josie Duncan, Findlay Napier, Flook, Lori Watson, Brona McVitie
    Mac
     
    Dodeth likes this.
  3. venton

    venton pfm Member

    An oldie but goodie, LA Turnaround by Bert Jansch
     
  4. maccar

    maccar pfm Member

    The Owl Service, from their album The View from a Hill
     
  5. unclepuncle

    unclepuncle pfm Member

    The Darwin Song Project is a great live album recorded at the Shrewsbury Folk Festival, featuring Emily Smith, Katrina Polwart, Krista Detor, Mark Erelli etc.

     
  6. gavreid

    gavreid pfm Member

    This is becoming an interesting thread! I'd add Ewan MacColl, Eric Bogle, Leon Rosselson...
     
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  7. maccar

    maccar pfm Member

    Lucy Wainwright Roche, from her album Little Beast... superb!
     
  8. Cereal Killer

    Cereal Killer fourhundredandthirtytwo

    Any Brun, Agnes Obel
     
  9. Jason P

    Jason P pfm Member

    Americana wise, I've a thing for Father John Misty at the mo. I love Pure Comedy. I'd also check out Jim White, and of course Gillian Welch, Alison Krauss, Mary Chapin Carpenter. Chip Taylor and Carrie Rodriguez are worth checking too. And I love the Avett Brothers, this kills me:



    Saw a chap named M G Boulter in a local pub a few months back; I liked his UK folk mingled with Americana sound very much...

     
  10. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs hearing problems

    Ferocious Dog

    worth a listen if you like folk rock/punk.

    excellent banjo player John Leonard plays a lively tune and plays pipes as well.
     
  11. I got into folk via the Imagined Village albums.

    Cheers BB
     
  12. maccar

    maccar pfm Member

    Jimmy Aldridge and Sid Goldsmith, from their 2018 album Many A Thousand, thought this apt for tonight
     
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  13. The Far North

    The Far North pfm Member

  14. gavreid

    gavreid pfm Member

    I'm not sure if this counts as folk really but...

     
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  16. Wolfmancatsup

    Wolfmancatsup Empire State Human

    Certainly many mentioned so far, plus Emily Barker and Eliza Carthy, at least.
     
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  17. maccar

    maccar pfm Member

    The Willows, from their latest album, Through the Wild
     
  18. Dodeth

    Dodeth pfm Member

    Seconded. Kathryn originates from the village we live in and we know her parents (name dropper eh? ). Very musical family. Check out Equation, who did well in the States. Kathryn and Sean were key members. Early in her career she formed a duo with Kate Rusby who, if you've not heard her, is definitely worth checking out.
     
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  19. Dodeth

    Dodeth pfm Member

    Saw Lori Watson recently. Absolutely wonderful.
     
  20. Dodeth

    Dodeth pfm Member

    I would also recommend Damien O'Kane (husband of Kate Rusby).
     

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