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By the early Seventies, British folk rock had become an extremely marketable commodity. In addition to the aforementioned brand leaders transcending the determinedly parochial folk pages of the UK music weeklies to score Top Ten albums, a second raft of acts – including Alan Hull’s Lindisfarne, The Strawbs, the post-Humblebums Gerry Rafferty, Ralph McTell and another Fairport refugee, Iain Matthews – registered huge hit singles  . Strangers In The Room: A Journey Through The British Folk Rock Scene 1967-73, Various Artists, 3CD Clamshell Box Set Various Artists.

in 1973 by the legendary rock band Emerson Lake & Palmer, Manticore served not only as a home for ELP’s albums, but for a host of other excellent artists such as Pete Sinfield, PFM, Banco and Keith Christmas. Cherry Red imprint Grapefruit is proud to announce the release in June of the 3CD various artists anthology Dust On The Nettles: a journey through the British underground folk scene 1967-1972.

Principal Edwards Magic Theatre. Weirdsong Of Breaking Through At Last. Oberon (7). Minas Tirith. Prisoners, Victims, Strangers, Friends. Hunt Lunt & Cunningham. Meanwhile Back In The Forest. The Incredible String Band. Moths (4). Halfdan's Daughter.

Strangers In The Room - A Journey Through The British Folk Rock Scene 1967-73: 3cd Clamshell Boxset.

Various Artists Love, Poetry And Revolution (Cherry Red Records, 2014). With the emergence of CD box sets, two specialities seem to be rising to the top like natural selection. After its debut was voted Melody Maker’s folk album of the year, the in-house Oak Records issued The Bo Street Runners (Mick Fleetwood, Mike Patto, Tim Hinkley), and The Gremlins (featuring the later Fleur de Lys’ vocalist). The Story of Oak Records, An Anthology of . Jones (Morden) Recordings featured The Mike Stuart Span and Nico/Cale-like Velvet Frogs. The second CD continues the chronological, eye-opening trail through personnel histories as they incarnate on different demos and singles

David Bowie is the self-titled debut studio album by English musician David Bowie, released on 1 June 1967, on Deram Records. Its style and content bears little overt resemblance to the type of music that he was later known for, such as the folk rock influenced "Space Oddity" or the glam rock of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.

This title will be released on June 29, 2018. But in the wake of the British beat/R&B boom (or, if you were in America, the British Invasion) and the emergence of Bob Dylan, such barriers were broken down for good. With British acts making music that, for the first time in nascent pop history, matched the quality of their American counterparts, suddenly everything was grist to the mill and musical cross-pollination was almost de rigueur. That was particularly true in Britain, which saw many variations on the basic pop-meets-folk theme (in America, folk-rock had a relatively homogenised sound).


1-1 Michael Chapman Stranger In The Room
1-2 Steeleye Span The Blacksmith
1-3 Spirogyra Dangerous Dave (Alternative Version)
1-4 Trees Murdoch
1-5 Chimera Sad Song For Winter
1-6 The Humblebums Shoeshine Boy
1-7 Harvey Andrews Martha
1-8 Oo Bang Jiggly Jang Hanging Tree
1-9 Alan James Eastwood She's Getting Married In August
1-10 Jade Amongst Anemones
1-11 Knocker Jungle I Don't Know Why
1-12 Robin Scott The Sailor
1-13 Trader Horne Here Comes The Rain
1-14 Dave Cartwright My Delicate Skin
1-15 Mike Hart Almost Liverpool 8
1-16 Richmond Candy Dora
1-17 Gary Farr Don't Know Why You Bother Child
1-18 Beau 1917 Revolution
1-19 The Johnstons Jesus Was A Carpenter
1-20 Alan Hull We Can Swing Together
2-1 Matthews' Southern Comfort Woodstock
2-2 Strawbs The Man Who Called Himself Jesus
2-3 The Woods Band As I Roved Out
2-4 Fairport Convention Sir Patrick Spens
2-5 Bill Fay Be Not So Fearful (Demo Version)
2-6 Unicorn I Loved Her So Long
2-7 Al Jones Sarah In The Isle Of Wight
2-8 Lea Nicholson, Stan Ellison Song For A Dead Mole
2-9 Bridget St. John here's A Place I Know
2-10 Jeremy Harmer People Smile With Ghosts In The Land Of Make-Believe
2-11 Urban Clearway Pucka-Ri
2-12 C.O.B. Scranky Black Farmer
2-13 Daylight Lady Of St. Clare
2-14 Mary-Anne Love Has Gone
2-15 Mick Softley Time Machine
2-16 Third Ear Band Fleance
2-17 Storyteller Morning Glow
2-18 Dando Shaft Riverboat
2-19 Fresh Maggots What I Am
2-20 Canticle Like A Rolling Stone
3-1 Andy Roberts Queen Of The Moonlight World
3-2 The Pentangle The Cuckoo
3-3 Mr. Fox Little Woman
3-4 Ralph Mctell Father Forgive Them
3-5 Shirley Collins And The Albion Country Band Just As The Tide Was A Flowing
3-6 The Incredible String Band Oh Did I Love A Dream - Incredible String Band
3-7 Paper Bubble Strange Days
3-8 Paul Brett's Sage Dahlia
3-9 Mike Cooper Your Lovely Ways (Part One)
3-10 Heron River Of Fortune
3-11 Jude Beverley Market Meeting
3-12 Steve Tilston All In A Dream
3-13 Prelude Carry Me
3-14 Joan Armatrading City Girl
3-15 Horslips Furniture
3-16 Gerry Rafferty Who Cares
3-17 J.S.D. Band Young Waters
3-18 9.30 Fly September
3-19 Lifeblud Waxing Of The Moon
3-20 Sandy Denny Who Knows Where The Time Goes


3 CDs in a clamshell box with a comprehensive booklet.

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Various - Strangers In The Room: A Journey Through British Folk-Rock (1967-1973) download flac
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