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Favourite folk artist/band? Watch

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    Mine would have to be Laura Marling and she was fantastic live! :lovedup: How about you guys?
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    Bob Dylan ftw!!! EDIT: Jake Bugg is quite good too! "Country song"
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    Johnny Flynn, but Laura Marling is fantastic too.
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    Bob. And... Simon & Garfunkel


    (Original post by JollyGreenAtheist)
    Johnny Flynn
    The Wrote & The Writ must be the most beautiful song ever written.
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    Bob Dylan :love:
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    (Original post by qua)
    Bob. And... Simon & Garfunkel




    The Wrote & The Writ must be the most beautiful song ever written.
    By quite a stretch... I'm glad I'm not alone in my admiration of it!
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    I also really like Noah and the Whale's early stuff from Peaceful the World Lays Me Down but they've gone sort of rock-pop, I mean it's alright relatively catchy but i wish they went back to folk!
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    I'm partial to a bit of John Martyn. RIP

    Edit: Beck's album One Foot In The Grave is also very good, I recommend you listen to Woe is Me or Cyanide Breath Mint as a start.
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    (Original post by JollyGreenAtheist)
    Johnny Flynn, but Laura Marling is fantastic too.
    What's your favourite song by Laura?
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    (Original post by Frankster)
    Bob Dylan ftw!!! EDIT: Jake Bugg is quite good too! "Country song"
    YES! I love "Country Song" and "Lightening Bolt", plus he's from Nottingham just like me haha! I saw him at the Dot to Dot festival a few weeks back, he was brilliant.
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    (Original post by EmmyLauren)
    What's your favourite song by Laura?
    That's a bloody hard question. At the moment, I'm taken by Goodbye England (Covered In Snow). You?
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    Bob Dylan, Fairport Convention, Joni Mitchell, Nick Drake, Van Morrison and Vashti Bunyan
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    (Original post by EmmyLauren)
    YES! I love "Country Song" and "Lightening Bolt", plus he's from Nottingham just like me haha! I saw him at the Dot to Dot festival a few weeks back, he was brilliant.
    Am I right in thinking that Jake Bugg is like 16/17? What a talent he will be...
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    (Original post by JollyGreenAtheist)
    That's a bloody hard question. At the moment, I'm taken by Goodbye England (Covered In Snow). You?
    Good choice! Like you, i'm guessing, mine changes a lot but at the moment it's The Beast. So dark, i love it!
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    (Original post by JollyGreenAtheist)
    Am I right in thinking that Jake Bugg is like 16/17? What a talent he will be...
    I think so, definitely around that age...maybe 18? His popularity is rising and fast, not surprised to be honest!
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    (Original post by EmmyLauren)
    Good choice! Like you, i'm guessing, mine changes a lot but at the moment it's The Beast. So dark, i love it!
    Yeah, in fairness, I couldn't absolutely decide on any particular song.

    I'm just taken by the lyric "But a friend of mine said it's good to hear that you believe in love even when said in fear".
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    I'm loving Keaton Henson atm but there are too many good artists to name!
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    (Original post by JollyGreenAtheist)
    Yeah, in fairness, I couldn't absolutely decide on any particular song.

    I'm just taken by the lyric "But a friend of mine said it's good to hear that you believe in love even when said in fear".
    Ah, so good! I really like Your Only Doll (Dora) from Alas, I Cannot Swim. Have you heard the story behind the lyric "There's a boy across the river with short black curly hair"? It's quite amusing!
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    (Original post by EmmyLauren)
    Ah, so good! I really like Your Only Doll (Dora) from Alas, I Cannot Swim. Have you heard the story behind the lyric "There's a boy across the river with short black curly hair"? It's quite amusing!
    No, I haven't. Do tell!
 
 
 
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