b. Christopher John Trevor Midgley, c.1946, Leeds, West Riding, Yorkshire, Britain. A folk-based singer-songwriter from Leeds, Midgley guaranteed a recording agreement with John Peel off’s Dandelion Information in 1969. His debut record as Beau was a soft, unassuming selection, significant for the monitor ‘1917 Trend’. This phenomenal display for the musician’s 12-string electric guitar technique was also released as an individual, enjoying notable achievement in Lebanon. The 1971 follow-up Creation highlighted the help of Jim Milne and Steve Clayton, associates of fellow Dandelion action JUST HOW We Live. It led to a more mixed audio, but without diminishing Beau’s pensive muse. Pursuing Dandelion’s demise, Midgley continued documenting as John Trevor. His perhaps most obviously song out of this period was the folk ballad ‘The Roses Of Eyam’, that was memorably included in Roy Bailey.