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Robin Dransfield

England’s folk music picture was enlivened in the 1970s by acoustic guitarist Robin Dransfield and his younger sibling, Barry, on fiddle. Their bluegrass-style vocal harmonies, that they dubbed “nation and northeastern,” remain recalled fondly. Primarily playing together within a semi-professional bluegrass/old-timey music group, the Crimple Hill Boys, within the middle-’60s, …

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The Dransfields

Brothers Robin & Barry Dransfield, given birth to in Yorkshire, Britain, joined together to create the Uk folk music group the Dransfields in 1969. While Robin, the old of both by 3 years, supplied solid rhythmic accompaniment on electric guitar, Barry summoned an incredible selection of melodies along with his …

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Barry Dransfield

Known for his exclusive way of keeping his fiddle across his upper body rather than less than his chin, permitting him to sing at exactly the same time, Barry Dransfield offers played a seminal part within the evolution of English folk music because the past due ’60s. He documented several …

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