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Hudson-Ford

Though most widely known for his or her membership in The Strawbs, the rhythm portion of John Ford (bass) and Richard Husdon (drums) worked collectively both before and after their ’70 – ’73 stint using the folk-prog band. Previously with Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera, and The Velvet Opera, the duo …

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Hudson-Ford

Using the follow-up with their Ivor Novello award-winning composition, ‘Component FROM THE Union’, only a hit, bass guitarist John Ford (b. 1 July 1948, Fulham, London, Britain) and drummer Richard Hudson (b. Richard William Stafford Hudson, 9 Might 1948, London, Britain) remaining celebrated folk rock and roll work the Strawbs …

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John Ford

b. 1 July 1948, London, Britain. Playing bass acoustic guitar and performing, Ford first captivated attention through the UK folk music growth from the 60s. In these early years, he used folk and pop rings like the Five Very pleased Walkers, Jaymes Fender AS WELL AS THE Vulcans, and Elmer …

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