Today's Irish/Scottish/English folk playlist

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  1. Nautiker

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    This one? I have it on a Planxty album, one of his best efforts...

     
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    Yes...a haunting rendition methinks.Glad to meet a fellow Planxty fan and i expect BBG and PM like em too....
     
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    Let The Electric Children Play: The Underground Story Of Transatlantic Records196
    8-1976
    (Esoteric, 2017)

    * CD 1
     
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    Let The Electric Children Play: The Underground Story Of Transatlantic Records196
    8-1976
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    * CD 2
     
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  7. BlindBoyGrnt

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    Nice lookin' comp, Mystic.
     
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    Let The Electric Children Play: The Underground Story Of Transatlantic Records 1968-1976

    (Esoteric, 2017)

    * CD 3
     
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  11. Grainger49

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    I'm watching one of these on ebay and wonder, are there any hidden jewels from groups/individuals that I don't know? Of course I have everything there from Pentangle.
     
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  12. Mystic

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    IMO:

    Circus
    Skin Alley
    Stray
    Little Free Rock
    Mr Fox
    Ralph McTell (oddly not included on this compilation)

    Took me years to track down original UK-issed copies of these LPs. I have most of the material included in the comp (I might not have Marsupilami - I'd have to check the LP "cold storage" for that), but my favourites, after McTell's debut LP, entitled 8 Frames A Second, would be Skin Alley, then Stray, then Mr Fox. Before I forget: Mich Farren LPs are also pretty darned good, as is the Peter Bardens stuff.

    Happy hunting!
     
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    Stray is excellent, but the only thing folk about them is their label.
     
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    Thanks, I appreciate the information.
     
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  16. pmsummer

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    PROVENCE MYSTIQUE
    Sacred Songs of the Middle Ages from the South of France
    Anne Azéma - programming, research, text translation, transcription, soprano
    Laurence Brisset, Annelies Coene, Catherine Jousselin, Pasquale Mourey - voices
    Kit Higginson - psaltery, recorder
    Shira Kammen - medieval fiddle
    Margriet Tindemans - harp, medieval fiddle

    Apex via Erato
     
  17. pmsummer

    pmsummer simul justus et peccator

    Oops. Oh well, it won't you.
     

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