Albums

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Folk - Released September 28, 2018 | Topic

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Folk - Released July 20, 2018 | Topic

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Folk - Released June 1, 2018 | Topic

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Folk - Released March 30, 2018 | Topic

Distinctions Songlines Five-star review
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Folk - Released January 12, 2018 | Wheel Records

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Folk - Released November 10, 2017 | MQCD

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Folk - Released March 17, 2017 | FROM HERE RECORDS

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Folk - Released August 8, 2013 | Castle Communications

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Folk - Released January 10, 2010 | ECC Records

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Folk - Released October 20, 2013 | Delphonic Records

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Folk - Released July 10, 2011 | Navigator Records

4 stars out of 5 -- "Boden's attacking, spirited fiddle playing and Spiers' driving concertina and distinctive vocal style sent suitable shock waves through a folk scene which had yet to acquire its alternative tag."
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Folk - Released February 6, 2011 | Navigator Records

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Folk - Released September 5, 2010 | Navigator Records

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Folk - Released May 1, 2004 | Mrs Casey Records

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Folk - Released September 9, 2005 | Fuse Records

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Folk - Released July 21, 2013 | Fledg'ling

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Folk - Released February 26, 1996 | Fledg'ling

Fans of traditional British dance music will get a huge kick out of this album. John Kirkpatrick is one of England's finest button accordion and concertina players, and the band that he leads on this collection of live tracks is also first-rate: it includes drummer Michael Gregory, guitarist Graeme Taylor (of the Albion Band), fiddler/recorder player Paul Burgess, and bassist Dave Berry. What's both surprising and impressive about this album, apart from the lively and virtuosic playing, is how many of these very traditional-sounding numbers are actually Kirkpatrick originals; "Pepper in the Brandy" and the 7/8 romp "The Seven Coloured Linnet," which open the program as a medley, are both his own, as are the songs "George's Son" (which Kirkpatrick sings capably if not beautifully) and the blues-based (!) "Blue Balloon." The traditional numbers are well chosen, too, and include an affecting rendition of "The Oakham Poachers" and the gently rollicking "Princess Royal." Highly recommended to fans of Fairport Convention, the Oyster Band, and the Albion Band. ~ Rick Anderson
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Folk - Released May 18, 2011 | Matty Grooves

Simon Nicol is probably best known for his work with Fairport Convention. He was a founding member and remained with that group. In 1986 he released the solo album Before Your Time. It has since been reissued with another solo release, Consonant Please Carol, as the second half of the CD. The songs "The Deserter" and "Stuck It Right This Time" should be quite familiar to fans of Fairport Convention, as they are staples in the band's live set and appeared on their live album, Old-New-Borrowed-Blue. The music is quite tasteful and should please fans of Fairport Convention quite well. ~ Gary Hill
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Folk - Released August 14, 2011 | Fellside Recordings Ltd

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Folk in the magazine
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    A folk journey After Didn’t It Rain, the beautiful American blue-eyed blonde releases her second solo album on the label Yep Roc. This Too Shall Light is a sublime spiritual journey produced by the indispensable ...
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    We say Yes to Michael Nau ! Michael Nau has well and truly taken off since his departure from Page France and Cotton Jones.
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    Olivia Chaney, folk pop full of grace A graduate from England’s Royal Academy of Music and a seasoned singer, pianist Olivia Chaney had already received rave reviews with her 2015 first album The Longest River.
  • First Aid Kit, once upon a time in America...
    First Aid Kit, once upon a time in America... When they released The Big Black And The Blue in 2010, Johanna and Klara Söderberg were 20 and 23 years old respectively. The two Swedish sisters quickly made a name for themselves at the top of the charts thanks to their covers of songs by Fleet Foxes, Lorde, Jack White and even Black Sabbath… T...