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Vinyl LP pressing. Formed in the West Midlands manufacturing town of Coventry in 1968, esteemed psychedelic folk group Dando Shaft are revered as key influencers of the progressive strand of the 1960s folk revival, and the interplay of melodies on guitar, mandolin and violin made their sound distinctive, thanks to frontman Martin Jenkins, whose expressive vocals compliment his intricate lines, while Roger Bullen's melodious bass helps to lubricate the proceedings. Recorded before Polly Bolton's harmonic presence shifted the emphasis of their output, this 1970 masterwork is required listening for all progressive folk devotees.
Vinyl LP pressing. Formed in the West Midlands manufacturing town of Coventry in 1968, esteemed psychedelic folk group Dando Shaft are revered as key influencers of the progressive strand of the 1960s folk revival, and the interplay of melodies on guitar, mandolin and violin made their sound distinctive, thanks to frontman Martin Jenkins, whose expressive vocals compliment his intricate lines, while Roger Bullen's melodious bass helps to lubricate the proceedings. Recorded before Polly Bolton's harmonic presence shifted the emphasis of their output, this 1970 masterwork is required listening for all progressive folk devotees.
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Vinyl LP pressing. Formed in the West Midlands manufacturing town of Coventry in 1968, esteemed psychedelic folk group Dando Shaft are revered as key influencers of the progressive strand of the 1960s folk revival, and the interplay of melodies on guitar, mandolin and violin made their sound distinctive, thanks to frontman Martin Jenkins, whose expressive vocals compliment his intricate lines, while Roger Bullen's melodious bass helps to lubricate the proceedings. Recorded before Polly Bolton's harmonic presence shifted the emphasis of their output, this 1970 masterwork is required listening for all progressive folk devotees.
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