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As there was a general Rap/Hip-Hop earlier, thought I'd suggest a general Folk one - be interesting to see what *folk* come up with (if anything)

With his passing this year was tempted to go for a John Prine one or an Eddie Reader take on a Robbie Burns (or more recent excellent Wild Mountainside track featured on her Burns album)

But went for my favourite version of Caledonia being where I am currently  - by Irish folk singer of that talented  family, Dolores Keane





*see what I did there
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#2
Always had a bit of a thing for Fleet Foxes...

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#5
Horses Brawl. Some of their work.
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#6
Pounding by Doves.
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(08-02-2020, 07:10 AM)HawkingsHalfpint Wrote: Pounding by Doves.

Playing Brum in March.
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#8
Dylan and Neil Young have had/deserve threads of their own so I'm ignoring them.

Joni Mitchell-Parking Lot and particularly the sublime Both Sides Now
John Martyn-May You Never, andmany more from Solid Air for starters

Love John Prine (RIP) but would have had him as country rather than folk.
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#9
Of Monsters And Men are worth a listen.
Saw them at one of the smaller stages at Reading a few years ago and loved them. They’re on the boundary of folk and indie. Loved their first album, second was good, haven’t heard the third.
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#10
Vin Garbutt could make you cry live. Passed away a few years ago now but I'm glad I saw him several times. Voice of the tees
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