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Folk/Acoustic

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

  1. gassor

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    This unsettling song shares it's genealogy with the Appalachian murder ballad "The Knosville Girl" beautifully sung by the Louvin Brothers, Charlie and Ira. It's origins go back to Ireland and then to England at the time of Samuel Pepys.

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  2. maccar

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    Came across this Oxford based Folk band today, Telling the Bees, not sure if they're still together, but have managed to buy there album Steer by the Stars from Bandcamp

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    Listening to Folk on Foot 3 now

    Another good one - thanks Matthew!
     
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