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Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk

GUEST,Frank Scott 10 Apr 17 - 07:56 PM
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GMGough 07 Apr 17 - 03:27 PM
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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,Frank Scott
Date: 10 Apr 17 - 07:56 PM

I also got these from usenet - some excellent stuff there. Does anyone have dates for these?


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,SB
Date: 10 Apr 17 - 08:33 AM

Folk on 2 from Usenet / ADrive

Download the text file first to see if you have these. Each zipped file has 35 'episodes.' Actually the episodes are really extracts featuring guest artistes &/or groups in concert.

Listing:
https://we.tl/nWCx5VGl0b

Batch 1
https://we.tl/4vwaa9vQZE

Batch 2
https://we.tl/SjH58UfZl5

Batch 3
https://we.tl/2Hm2a5PIEr

Batch 4
https://we.tl/LTnaxedMa8


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,Frank Scott
Date: 08 Apr 17 - 03:24 PM

Thanks GMGough - I have sent a request to become a member and will let you know.
Frank


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GMGough
Date: 07 Apr 17 - 03:27 PM

Frank Scott, if you were to sign on to mudcat as a member,
then I can drop you a PM (personal message) about RD & Friends.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,Frank Scott
Date: 06 Apr 17 - 04:11 PM

I've downloaded everything that is still up but I think there are some earlier ones that I missed because I only found this thread in the past few days. Any more uploads of 60s and 70s radio or TV programs would be much appreciated. I hadn't realized how much stuff from that era was being broadcast.
I recently downloaded from usenet several Richard Digance and Friends shows from either the late 70s or early 80s. I listened to one with Martin Carthy and The Watersons which is great music but seriously marred by flutter in the tape - however it does have a great version by Martin of "Sheep Crook and Black Dog" which, as far as I know, is not available anywhere else.
If people are interested I can try and upload them.
Does anyone have a good database of these folk shows? The Genome site seems very limited - they only list 18 "Folk On Two" shows.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,Guest
Date: 06 Apr 17 - 09:58 AM

WeTransfer has its own downloading (and uploading) processes. Its the fastest we know of.

BBC is not interested because the genre is 'folk' - period.

And don't forget the Down Home and Radio Ballad series of films.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,Frank Scott
Date: 05 Apr 17 - 08:49 PM

Thank you so much. I just realized that my problem was that I thought I would simplify the process by using a download manager (Jdownloader)which should pick up all the links but seems to only get one from each group. If I go to the the WeTransfer page all the files are there.
My apologies for bugging you and I really appreciate you putting up these invaluable programs.
I'm appalled to hear that the BBC has no interest in acquiring copies for their archives - how short sighted. The people in these programs have made significant contributions to British culture including many who have influenced succeeding generations of performers.
Since the EFDSS is putting so much information on line might they be interested? Or perhaps the British Library Sound Archive.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 05 Apr 17 - 03:40 PM

All the MKF uploads are at the to links

https://we.tl/Ur3PDRqBem

https://we.tl/UpbmDu8rM3

https://we.tl/ZPRME1vFjZ

Wetransfer has a 7-day limit of availability


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,Frank Scott
Date: 05 Apr 17 - 02:29 PM

These were the ones I was referring to
Folder= MKF01-20
MKF1       Alex Campbell & Leesiders
MKF2       Dominic Behan & Strawbs
MKF3       Noel Murphy & Panama Limited Jug Band
MKF4       Carolyn Hester & Lynn and Grahame McCarthy
MKF5       Jacquie and Bridie & Jeremy Taylor
MKF6       The Tinkers* & Wally Whyton
       (Folk Group with changeable Lineup only consistent
       member Gerry Fox)
MKF7       Arlo Gutrie & The Strawbs
MKF8       Ian Campbell FG & Leon Rosselson
MKF9       Steve Benbow, Saffron, Sweeneys Men
MKF10       Young Tradition & Stefann Grossman
MKF11       The Four Folk & Dave and Toni Arthur
MKF12       Hedy West, The Halliard & Derek Brimstone
MKF14       Hamish Imlach & The Skerries
MKF15       Redd Sullivan & Martin Windsor with Maureen Kennedy Martin
MKF16       Clancy Brothers, Tommy Makem & The Johnstons (Pre Paul Brady)
MKF17       Peggy Seeger & Ewan MacColl
MKF18       Johnny Silvo, Piers Hayman & Sandy Denny
MKF19       Leonard Pearsey, Mary Kent and Tim & Martin Wyndham Read

Folder=MKF21-40
MKF21       Martin Carthy and Dave Sarbrick, Nadia Cattousse & Bob Davenport
MKF22       The Foggy-Dew-O & Cy Grant
MKF24       Jeremy Taylor & Sidney Carter & Nick Taylor
MKF26       Alex Campbell, The Valley Folk & Derek Sargeant
MKF27       Pat Nelson, The Yettis & Dis Disley
MKF29       Al Stewart, Ron Geesin and Giles, Giles & Fripp
MKF30       The Spinners, Packie Byrne & Lizzie Higgins
MKF31       Dorita Y Pepe, Los Zafiros & Paco Pena
MKF33       Leonard Pearsey, Sinnermen and Sarah & Joy and Jennifer
MKF35       THe Valley Folk, Lea Nicholson & Tim Hart and Maddy Pryor
MKF37       Jackson C Frank and Chris Hardy & The Young Tradition
MKF38       Tom Paxton
MKF39       Archie Fisher, The Humblebums, Barbara Dickson & John McKinnon
MKF40       The Johnstons, Wally Whyton & Wizz Jones

Folder=MKF41-60
MKF41       The Dubliners
MKF42       The Strawbs, Alan Price & Don Partridge
MKF43       Jake Thackray, Sinnermen and Sarah & Lynn & Grahame McCarthy
MKF44       Johnny Silvo, Maureen Kennedy Martin & Fife Reivers*
       (Fife Reivers were a family group that made a few club appearances
       to showcase son Russell, recorded 1 LP and not be heard of again)
MKF45       Redd Sullivan and Martin Windsor & The Valley Folk
MKF46       Don Partridge & Street Entertainers*
       (There was a Concert at the Albert Hall where
       Don Partridge presented some of London's
       Better known buskers and street entertainers)
MKF49       The Johnstons, Al Stewart & Peggy Seeger
MKF50       Los Paraguayos & Dorita Y Pepe
MKF51       The Islanders, Aly Bain and Mike Whellans & Jean Redpath
MKF52       Alex Campbell etc
MKF53       The Penine Folk
MKF54       Al Stewart, Pete Morgan & John James
MKF56       Jeremy Taylor & Dave Swarbrick and Martin Carthy
MKF60       Dave and Toni Arthur, Glenside Ceilidh Band & Nic Jones

Folder=MKF61-80
MKF61       The Settlers, Wally Whyton & Malcolm Price
MKF62       Peter Sarstedt & The Johnstons
MKF63       Ian Campbell, Dis Disley & Harvey Andrews
MFK64       Y Triban & Wolfgang Schmidt
MKF65       Hamish Imlach, The Exiles, Shealagh McDonald & John Martyn
MKF66       Dominic Behan, Christie Moore & Ian and Lorna Campbell(Duo only)
MKF67       The Taverners
MKF68       Gordon Lightfoot Band & Lynn& Grahame McCarthy
MKF69       Pentangle, McCarthy & Swarbrick and Archie Fisher
MKF72       Nigel Denver, Johnny Silvo, The Tinkers & Bobby Campbell
MKF73       Al Stewart
MKF76       Leesiders, Shealagh McDonald & John Pearse
MKF77       Noel Murphy and Shaggis(Davy Johnson), Magna Carta & Tony Rose
MKF78       James Taylor, The Johnstons & Gordon Giltrap
MKF79       The McCalmans, Barbara Dickson & Dick Gaughan
MKF80       The Young Tradition

In particular I would love to get
MKF2       Dominic Behan & Strawbs
MKF8       Ian Campbell FG & Leon Rosselson
MKF9       Steve Benbow, Saffron, Sweeneys Men
MKF10       Young Tradition & Stefann Grossman
MKF11       The Four Folk & Dave and Toni Arthur
MKF17       Peggy Seeger & Ewan MacColl
MKF18       Johnny Silvo, Piers Hayman & Sandy Denny
MKF19       Leonard Pearsey, Mary Kent and Tim & Martin Wyndham Read

Folder=MKF21-40
MKF21       Martin Carthy and Dave Sarbrick, Nadia Cattousse & Bob Davenport
MKF30       The Spinners, Packie Byrne & Lizzie Higgins
MKF35       THe Valley Folk, Lea Nicholson & Tim Hart and Maddy Pryor
MKF37       Jackson C Frank and Chris Hardy & The Young Tradition
MKF38       Tom Paxton
MKF39       Archie Fisher, The Humblebums, Barbara Dickson & John McKinnon
MKF40       The Johnstons, Wally Whyton & Wizz Jones
MKF49       The Johnstons, Al Stewart & Peggy Seeger
MKF51       The Islanders, Aly Bain and Mike Whellans & Jean Redpath
MKF56       Jeremy Taylor & Dave Swarbrick and Martin Carthy
MKF60       Dave and Toni Arthur, Glenside Ceilidh Band & Nic Jones

Folder=MKF61-80
MKF62       Peter Sarstedt & The Johnstons
MKF65       Hamish Imlach, The Exiles, Shealagh McDonald & John Martyn
MKF66       Dominic Behan, Christie Moore & Ian and Lorna Campbell(Duo only)
MKF69       Pentangle, McCarthy & Swarbrick and Archie Fisher
MKF72       Nigel Denver, Johnny Silvo, The Tinkers & Bobby Campbell
MKF77       Noel Murphy and Shaggis(Davy Johnson), Magna Carta & Tony Rose
MKF78       James Taylor, The Johnstons & Gordon Giltrap
MKF79       The McCalmans, Barbara Dickson & Dick Gaughan
MKF80       The Young Tradition

T'would be much appreciated

Frank


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST
Date: 05 Apr 17 - 11:51 AM

Maybe Frank is referring to these, I haven't seen those reappear yet?

Grief And Glory 5 of 6 broadcast between 08/10/1967 - 12/11/1967 - Second series of BBC Songwriting progs

Degrees of Folk TV series hosted by the corries 9 episodes from 1968
Leonard Cohen & Julie Felix items were one offs


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,Frank Scott
Date: 05 Apr 17 - 11:21 AM

I got these but there were a lot more listed at the beginning of the thread. Would it be possible to post them again?
Thanks
Frank


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 05 Apr 17 - 03:35 AM

Frank - My Kind of Folk is still here ...

My Kind of Folk

https://we.tl/Ur3PDRqBem

https://we.tl/UpbmDu8rM3

Folkweave - with Toni Arthur

https://we.tl/HxfKUHtHAH

Missing MKF no. 26

https://we.tl/ZPRME1vFjZ

Wetransfer has a 7-day limit of availability.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,Frank Scott
Date: 04 Apr 17 - 06:26 PM

This is a fascinating thread - it's too bad I only just found it as most of the stuff has gone. I have the Folk On Two Shows and a few of the others but missed most of the My Kind Of Folk shows. Is there any chance you could upload them again. Would it be possible to arrange it so they are up longer than a week? Is this a limitation of the file hoster or a slf imposed limitation. I got the Folk on Two shows from usenet so if you have suggestions for a particular group where I might find the other shows that would work too.
It looks like you have some wonderful stuff.
I'm of the opinion that if no one is making a profit then there is no harm and from the folk artists I've met over the years I don't think most of them would mind and, in some cases, would be glad of additional exposure.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,Guest
Date: 04 Apr 17 - 06:25 PM

Links are good for 6 days:

* Down Home

From Appalachia to Nashville
https://we.tl/3gFICXRgGD

From Shetland to Texas
https://we.tl/3MvIkuw6VD

From Cape Breton to Quebec
https://we.tl/IuHzPwjNqX

Good Times - Down Home and Back Home
https://we.tl/CdaFTkLu6d

* Radio Ballad Films (thanks Jim C.)

The Shoals of Herring
https://we.tl/wpTZbvaEjb

The Fight Game
https://we.tl/IrfyZjaQHN

The Big Hewer
https://we.tl/fYKKsNCNLc

* Sam Larner (1967) (thanks Jim C.)
https://we.tl/NLUiiwGoet

* The Song Carriers - Ewan MacColl (1968) (thanks Jim C.)
https://we.tl/SEOQ5tP5R0

* Songs of the People by A.L.Lloyd (1972) (thanks Jim C.)
https://we.tl/As29x8MfKv

* John Peel - As I Roved Out (1999)
* Radio London (off-shore pirate) -
John Peel's Final Perfumed Garden
https://we.tl/iPoeNWQ7NZ

===


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 04 Apr 17 - 06:15 PM

Missing MKF no. 26

https://we.tl/ZPRME1vFjZ


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST
Date: 03 Apr 17 - 09:24 PM

Wow! Thank You! I've been waiting for these My Kind Of Folk shows. I only listened to two shows so far but I can't wait to dig in and go through them all eventually. Some really great stuff here for sure.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 03 Apr 17 - 10:24 AM

My Kind of Folk

https://we.tl/Ur3PDRqBem

https://we.tl/UpbmDu8rM3

Folkweave - with Toni Arthur

https://we.tl/HxfKUHtHAH


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 29 Mar 17 - 03:16 PM

A link to a missing WeTransfer zip file

http://www.fileconvoy.com/dfl.php?id=g3e145ecd23a6d07499994735808aea51b549458c9


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 28 Mar 17 - 09:27 AM

Hi - it would be great to have ree-reel / cassette tapes uploaded here. The way to do it is:

1/ Send a zipped file to WeTransfer.com emailed to yourself. When this arrives copy the download link to a post here. It will be good for 7 days (as a blue clicky of course).

2/ Create a free Mediafire.com account, then create a folder under 'MyFiles' say 'Folk Archive'. In this create other folders for the files you want to share. Then upload the files to these specific folders. Then share the links to the folder 'Folk Archive' or the specific folders here (as a blue clickies of course).

When digitising tapes don't forget to lift the volume - but avoid clipping. You might need to adjust the speed (and pitch) to match the original transmission. This is especially critical with cassette tapes - many recorders / players did not run true. Normalise the digital version. Then Save As FLAC, WAV or MP3 (320kbps).

CJB


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,Brian Grayson
Date: 28 Mar 17 - 01:22 AM

My goodness gracious me - such a treasure trove on here!

I have cassettes and open-reel tapes of various clubs, recorded between 1970 and 1976, some of which I've transferred to digital, mostly mp3s. The Enterprise, Friday Folk (the one south of the river), Hammersmith, and more. If anyone's interested I could make up a list and arrange to get as many as you wish to you, if you can tell me the best way to do it...

Thank you, thank you, thank you for all your contributions. I'd love to pay the favour forward.

briangrayson@iprimus. com.au (or on here)


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 27 Mar 17 - 07:21 PM

More here ...

https://we.tl/hkoWvZoWDH


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: Jorrox
Date: 27 Mar 17 - 12:35 PM

I got all a good lot of these. As has been said, a couple are now 'missing' but that should be enough to be getting on with. Thanks....


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST
Date: 26 Mar 17 - 04:05 PM

These two show up as "Transfer Deleted"

https://we.tl/DbFvMBOPgE

https://we.tl/ZKs2zsMmXH


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 26 Mar 17 - 03:33 PM

Another link ...

https://we.tl/FCQkjUZSyc

Which were the ones not working?


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST
Date: 25 Mar 17 - 09:59 PM

Thanks for these, two of the links aren't working, but the rest should keep us busy for a little while. Can't wait to hear some of the others!


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 25 Mar 17 - 05:11 PM

Try these ...

https://we.tl/ZKs2zsMmXH

https://we.tl/T69snG1bbY

https://we.tl/AsNe29q5Gz

https://we.tl/LHJ6s46X2o

https://we.tl/DbFvMBOPgE

https://we.tl/JCIi9f5tvh

https://we.tl/KZQj2mVTTi


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: Jim Carroll
Date: 25 Mar 17 - 07:31 AM

Interesting interview with Peggy Seeger on Irish radio last night
Wonder if anybody heard it
Jim Carroll


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: Jorrox
Date: 25 Mar 17 - 07:05 AM

I missed them too. I'm really interested in the My Kind Of Folk ones as per the second message in this thread. I'll keep watching......


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 22 Mar 17 - 06:39 PM

Unfortunately due to certain religious s.c.u.m. the whole area at the Southbank in London is under lockdown. That is where much of the uploading is done; they have superfast free wifi there. It will be Monday before we csn get there - if at all.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST
Date: 22 Mar 17 - 11:18 AM

More of the Folk On 2 shows would be great too. I downloaded the one set and have been enjoying those. Looking forward to hearing more of those and the My Kind Of Folk.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 20 Mar 17 - 11:53 AM

There's lots more Folk on 2s.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST
Date: 20 Mar 17 - 07:20 AM

I should note that the link for the Folk on 2 shows is still working so those don't need to be uploaded again


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST
Date: 20 Mar 17 - 06:08 AM

That would be great, whenever you can do it, even if we have to wait a couple of weeks. It will be much appreciated. Thanks!


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 19 Mar 17 - 06:40 PM

OK - can do, but have to be in a couple of weeks.

Basically there are:

Folk on Friday
Folk 75
Folk 78
My Kind of Folk
Folk on 2
Folk Sounds on Sunday (folk concerts)
Folk Song Cellar
Degrees of Folk
Folkeave


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST
Date: 19 Mar 17 - 10:24 AM

Yes it would be great if you could re-up the 5 files of My Kind of Folk once again.

thanks


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: MoorleyMan
Date: 19 Mar 17 - 08:19 AM

Yes, I too keep missing the chance to grab when the files are only up for a short time. Basically because I don't always manage to get online every couple of days to check it out.
Perhaps it would be most useful if you could tell us at the time of posting, how long that particular link will be valid for.
But either way you're doing us all a valuable service by posting the links - thanks!


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST
Date: 18 Mar 17 - 10:35 PM

The 5 files of My Kind of Folk shows. I would be extremely grateful if someone could upload them again. I didn't realize they would only be up for such a short time. Thanks in advance!


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 18 Mar 17 - 07:37 PM

There were loads of them. They're ony there for a week. It mght be posible to re-upload them in a few weeks. Which ones are ou missng?


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST
Date: 18 Mar 17 - 03:54 PM

Any chance someone can upload these We Transfer files again? I didn't grab them in time. Thanks!


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB666
Date: 11 Mar 17 - 12:53 PM

More City Folk with Fred Woods - 1971

http://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/search/0/20?adv=0&q=city+folk#search

https://we.tl/0xUcV0InnE


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 11 Mar 17 - 11:37 AM

Folk on 2 and City Folk from 1971

https://we.tl/adHSLlN6Xa

Enjoy!!


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 07 Mar 17 - 10:19 AM

Remember Genome can give details of each programme - but nothing beats actually listening!!! BTW if you can improve the sound quality please feel free to have a go. But we aware that if a file is recorded in say MP3 128 kbps and then saved in say MP3 320 kbps or FLAC or WAV - it is still just a 128 kbps MP3 file. That's called entropy.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST
Date: 07 Mar 17 - 09:50 AM

More Folk on Frday...

https://we.tl/m0i4NKP2eY


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GMGough
Date: 06 Mar 17 - 05:49 PM

sorry that was me. - possibly auto logged out by Win 10 ???
please include me in to any discussion with regard to
compiling an index.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST
Date: 06 Mar 17 - 04:17 PM

Marvellous - Thank you.

Folkweave 1979-04-12 includes Tony Rose from Loughborough 1978
(starts at 42 mins - after Burl Ives !)   Tony sings:
Us Poor Fellows / Pensioners Lament / Young Allan ??

Can anyone suggest an easy solution whereby we might collectively
compile an index of this cornucopia and make it available in some way
on Mudcat.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: Jim Carroll
Date: 06 Mar 17 - 08:49 AM

"Thanks for the last bunch, Chris and Jim."
No thanks due to me - this is all down to Chris
All I've done is pass on what I have.
Somme of these are gems and if everybody passed on what they may have hoarded, perhaps they won't be lost treasures.
Jim Carroll


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 06 Mar 17 - 07:39 AM

More Folkweaves ...

https://we.tl/imAMW54NS8


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 06 Mar 17 - 07:08 AM

Folkweaves with Tony Capstick galore. The Beeb at Radio Manchester junked all the masters into a skip out back. We know this because a folkie found them, rescued them, and digitised them. But then he faded from the scene. The link is to a set that are now unique survivors. 1.5GB worth.

https://we.tl/65sdW0Ti1E

Genome will tell you whose on them.

They have been digitised at 128kbps. They may have to be redone at 192kbps. But this will take time.

Most suffer from a cassette turnover event after about 45 mins (likely during Tony Foxworthy's folk events round ups).

Enjoy!!


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: StephenH
Date: 05 Mar 17 - 12:47 PM

Man, I feel like such a glutton, grabbing all this great stuff.
Thanks for the last bunch, Chris and Jim.


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Subject: RE: Cornucopia of 1960's Brit. Folk
From: GUEST,CJB
Date: 05 Mar 17 - 09:59 AM

Folk 75 anyone?

https://we.tl/imnOObp9dG

https://we.tl/3MiSu4VdX4

Avail. for a few days.


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