Robin Dransfield and Barry Dransfield were a sibling duo, both given birth to in Harrogate, Yorkshire, who have been folk enthusiasts using their childhoods within the 1950’s. Barry Dransfield was the violinist (doubling on acoustic guitar later), been trained in folk fiddle design by Irish music artists in the region around Leeds, while Robin performed classical guitar. Both of these sang, Barry Dransfield keeping his tone of voice within the blend by keeping the violin across his upper body as he performed. Their 1st collaborations were inside a distinctly bluegrass vein, beneath the guise from the Crimple Hill Males, and became a significant acoustic guitar/fiddle ensemble from the 1st fifty percent of the 1970’s — their duo audio was heavily affected from the music that Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick experienced documented together from the middle-1960’s. Documenting for producer Expenses Leader, their 1st recording, The Rout FROM THE Blues, premiered on ther Truck label in 1970 and was adopted a year later on by Lord OF MOST I Behold. Later on referred to as the Dransfields, they added Brian Harrison on drums and Charlie Smith on bass, keyboards, and vocals documented for Transatlantic Information. The Dransfields’ recordings possess all been reissued on Compact disc, especially the elusive Barry Dransfield single album.