Robin & Barry Dransfield - Lord Of All I Behold flac album
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Robin Dransfield is a folk musician from Harrogate, Yorkshire, England. He plays acoustic guitar and often performed and recorded in a duo with his brother Barry Dransfield. Dransfield began performing in the 1960s, quickly gaining prominence for his "quirky" bluegrass "old-timey" sound. By 1969 Barry and Robin were performing full-time as a duo, frequently playing at the Harrogate Folk Club along with Martin Carthy, Ewan MacColl, and the Watersons.
Barry Dransfield (1970-2005) 1970 The Rout Of The Blues (Robin & Barry Dransfield) (L) Scans Front. jpg 01. The Rout of the Blues. 03. Who Liveth So Merry. 04. Adam and the Beasts. 05. Lord of All I Behold. 06. Paddy Ryan's Dream.
Listen to music from Barry Dransfield like Lots Of Little Soldiers, She's Like A Swallow & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Barry Dransfield. Barry Dransfield is an English folk singer, fiddler, cellist and guitarist. His 1971 album "Lord of All I Behold" was voted Melody Maker folk album of that year. He performed and recorded with his brother Robin Dransfield.
Robin Dransfield and Barry Dransfield were a brother duo, both born in Harrogate, Yorkshire, who were folk enthusiasts from their childhoods in the 1950's. Barry Dransfield was the violinist (doubling on guitar later), trained in folk fiddle style by Irish musicians in the area around Leeds, while Robin played acoustic guitar. Both of them sang, Barry Dransfield keeping his voice in the mix by holding the violin across his chest as he played. Recording for producer Bill Leader, their first album, The Rout Of The Blues, was released on ther Trailer label in 1970 and was followed a year later by Lord Of All I Behold. Later known as the Dransfields, they added Brian Harrison on drums and Charlie Smith on bass, keyboards, and vocals recorded for Transatlantic Records. The Dransfields' recordings have all been reissued on CD, most notably the elusive Barry Dransfield solo album.
Barry Dransfield is an English folk singer, fiddler, cellist and guitarist. He has appeared as a session musician on numerous albums by other artists, and has released his own albums as well. Lord of All I Behold (1971) was voted Melody Maker folk album of the year. His 1972 album for Polydor, called simply Barry Dransfield, was voted the rarest folk album in Record Hunter, worth approximately £400. Unlike most fiddlers (but like some Appalachian players) he is comfortable playing in the "off the chest" position, instead of under the chin. Together with his brother Robin Dransfield,.
Robin Dransfield is a folk musician from Harrogate, Yorkshire, England. By 1969 Barry and Robin were performing full-time as a duo, frequently playing at the Harrogate Folk Club along with Martin Carthy, Ewan MacColl, and the Watersons
Also, the 1971 album Lord of All I Behold got positive press. Ashley Hutchings tried to move to his relatively young band Steeleye Span to join, which they refused even Robin and Barry Dransfield. Instead, the two committed Jo Lustig as a manager who was trying to persuade the duo in a more commercial direction. However, this did not fit Barry. He ended unceremoniously musical collaboration with his brother and instead took in 1972 for Polydor his first solo album, Barry Dransfield, on which Barry took over all the instruments and vocals himself. In 1994, Dransfield then made a comeback with the release of Be Your Own Man. In 1996 Wings of the Sphinx and 2005 Unruly.
Chords for Robin & Barry Dransfield "Scarborough Fair" with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. Robin and Barry Dransfield - Lord Of All I Behold (Trailer 1971). Scarborough Fair(lyrics). Scarborough Fair - Caroline Adomeit, violin cover.
Barry Dransfield, born Harrogate, West Riding of Yorkshire, 1947, is an English folk singer, fiddler, cellist and guitarist. voice of Dransfield singing the opening line, "Oh, A Blacksmith Courted Me".
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