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Musicians Who Influenced You

Lizzie Cornish 1 21 Jan 09 - 09:46 AM
Y_Not 21 Jan 09 - 09:57 AM
Sleepy Rosie 21 Jan 09 - 10:09 AM
Backwoodsman 21 Jan 09 - 10:21 AM
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Beer 21 Jan 09 - 10:27 AM
Jerry Rasmussen 21 Jan 09 - 10:28 AM
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Y_Not 21 Jan 09 - 11:03 AM
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Midchuck 21 Jan 09 - 11:43 AM
Phil Edwards 21 Jan 09 - 11:51 AM
PoppaGator 21 Jan 09 - 12:12 PM
Jayto 21 Jan 09 - 12:33 PM
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GUEST,TJ in San Diego 21 Jan 09 - 12:43 PM
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Jeri 21 Jan 09 - 11:40 PM
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Peace 21 Jan 09 - 11:59 PM
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Bert 22 Jan 09 - 01:20 AM
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Zen 22 Jan 09 - 06:09 AM
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Subject: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Lizzie Cornish 1
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 09:46 AM

I've just finished reading Richie Haven's autobiograhy 'They Can't Hide Us Anymore' (great book) in which he talks about how Bruce (Murdoch) influenced his own song writing style:

"..And here is a song I wrote when I heard the title, "What More Can I Say, John?" The title came to me while I was in Canada after listening to the songs Bruce Murdoch was playing, songs that addressed issues going on in America more than most of the songs I was hearing back home. Listening to Bruce altered my perspective, opened my thinking, and expanded my songwriting..."

Then, at the end of the book, his co-writer, Steve Davidowitz says this:

"The first time I saw Richie Havens was in the Gaslight Cafe in the early 1960s, and this is how powerful an impression he made on me; instead of using the proceeds of a winning 37-1 long shot at Aqueduct to buy a car to run around Rutgers University, I bought my first guitar, even though I didn't play at the time."

Recently, in the Folk Awards thread, someone mentioned that it was watching and listening to Phil Beer that had inspired him to take up the guitar...

So, I was wondering, who were the people who musically influenced you?

Bruce Murdoch Myspace

Richie Havens Myspace


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Y_Not
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 09:57 AM

"Everone is influenced by everybody but you bring it down home the way you like it". Thelonious Monk.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Sleepy Rosie
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 10:09 AM

These B*stards!
And These
And This One

I did recover somewhat by the time I was in my late teens of course, but the damage regarding 'folk music' was to last up until very recently...


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Backwoodsman
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 10:21 AM

Elvis
Buddy
Carl Perkins
Little Richard
Jerry Lee
The Platters
Jackie Wilson
The Shadows
Marty Wilde
Joe Brown
Carole King
Joni
James Taylor
Tom Paxton
The Beatles
The Rolling Stones
Keith Emerson
The Byrds
The Eagles
Jack Hudson
etc
etc
etc
etc
for years and years all sorts of performers,
and latterly,
Allan Taylor
Stan Rogers
Dan McKinnon
Nathan Rogers
Richard Shindell


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: The Sandman
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 10:24 AM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Unj_uU9tbs


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Beer
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 10:27 AM

Hank Williams
Johnny Cash
Kris Kristofferson
Gordon Lightfoot
John Prine


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Jerry Rasmussen
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 10:28 AM

My main influences were:


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Jerry Rasmussen
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 10:30 AM

Didn't mean to leave you in suspense... not quite sure how that happened. :-)

    The Anthology of American Folk Music
    Old Time Music at Clarence Ashley's
    Lonnie Donnegan
    Dave Van Ronk
    Mississippi John Hurt

Jerry


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Stu
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 10:37 AM

Planxty
The Watersons
Alec Finn
Bothy Band
the musicians who played at the two local sessions I started at, one of which is still going strong . . .

. . . and seeing Simon Groome play bodhran on Blue Peter whilst re-recording the theme with Mike Oldfield (true).


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Y_Not
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 11:03 AM

Micky & Griff..............


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,Tunesmith
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 11:13 AM

I remember being heavily influenced by Tim Hardin's "vibrato". For months back in the late 60s(?), I added a heavy vibrato to everything I sang.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: frogprince
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 11:27 AM

It's presumptuous of me to even say anything here; I have no performing ability at all. But I've written a few lyrics, and painfully battered out original melody lines for some of them. For years I looked at my wife, and wished I could write a love song for her that would hold a candle to Tom Paxton. this is the best I've managed so far


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,TJ in San Diego
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 11:29 AM

An eclectic crew, to say the least:

Merle Travis
Chet Atkins
Joe Maphis
The Weavers
Bud & Travis
The Journeymen
The Kingston Trio
Jon Adams
Terry Gilkyson
Mose Allison
Charlie Byrd
Oscar Brand
Joe & Eddie
Josh White
Bob Gibson
Laurindo Almeida
Odetta
Jack Teagarden

With additional influences by:

The Limeliters
The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem
Gordon Lightfoot
Red Shea
Harry Chapin
John Stewart

Many more.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Lizzie Cornish 1
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 11:36 AM

Beautiful words, fg. :0)

And good to see Harry Chapin up there TJ.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Midchuck
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 11:43 AM

In _approximate_ chronological order:

Tex Ritter
Roy Rogers
Gene Autry
Hank Williams
Homer and Jethro
Tom Lehrer
The Kingston Trio
The young Joan Baez
Ian and Sylvia (and John Herald)
The Clancys and Tommy Makem
The early Country Gentlemen
Doc Watson
The Charles River Valley Boys (got me through Law school)
Dick McCormack (no, you never heard of him)
Willie Nelson
Waylon Jennings
The Seldom Scene
Ian Tyson (the second time around)
Tom Russell

To name but a few...

Peter


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Phil Edwards
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 11:51 AM

Dylan
Alan Price (songs for O Lucky Man!)
Peter Blegvad
Robyn Hitchcock
Nic Jones
Tony Capstick
and more recently
John Kelly*
Dick Miles**
and a number of singers I've been lucky enough to share singarounds with.

*John's music is probably the main reason I'm a traddie now. Cheers, John.
**Strictly speaking Dick hasn't influenced me *yet* - but one of these days I'm definitely going to get a concertina and learn to play.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: PoppaGator
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 12:12 PM

Dylan once said something along the lines of: "Just open up your ears and you're influenced."

I could list countless favorites, but I won't.

Recently, I've been reminded how important an early influence Tom Rush was for me.

Ask me this again in a week or month, and I might have a different answer.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Jayto
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 12:33 PM

Mose Rager
Eddie Pennington
Doc Watson
Merle Travis
Mississippi John
Big Bill Broonzy
Django Reinhardt
The Hellecasters
The Ventures
Dick Dale
Albert Lee
Bob Brozman
Waylon Jennings
Rev. Horton Heat
Brian Setzer

Some that people will be like huh lol

Steve Earle
Robert Earl Keen
REM
U2
The Sex Pistols
The Ramones
Nirvana
Southern Culture on the Skids
Uncle Tupelo
Ashley Macisaac
Rammstein

There are tons more but that is all I am gonna list right now. Maybe more later. Hi Lizzie I am back lol. Baby is doing great I am wore out though lol
cya
JTO


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Suegorgeous
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 12:40 PM

Maddy Prior/Martin Carthy/Steeleye Span
Sandy Denny/Fairport
Tim Buckley (praps)
Pentangle
Planxty
Bothy Band
Capercaillie
Lots of local, unknown and amazing singers in the Hebrides


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,TJ in San Diego
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 12:43 PM

The greatest thing of all is that I'm still finding myself influenced by new generations of performers who bring something fresh to the table.

I also realized that I had left Ian and Sylvia, and Ian Tyson himself out of my list. Josh White, to me, was a transcendent figure - he had no real peers and his story is still an inspiration to me. If you haven't become aware of him, I heartily recommend looking into this amazing man, his life and his music. It is an especially good time to do so, in light of our recent election.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Lizzie Cornish 1
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 12:59 PM

Waylon Jennings to the Sex Pistols, eh? Now there's a list.

"Hi Lizzie I am back lol. Baby is doing great I am wore out though lol"

Good to see you again, JT. Glad your little one is doing OK...I kept reading those bulletins, they did make me smile so. Are you teaching her the guitar yet? ;0) Now, something tells me that you may be a very big influence on her in a few years to come.. :0)


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Janie
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 01:54 PM

Like other's I'm influenced by almost everything I hear. (My fiddling sister tends to not listen to some fiddle styles that she otherwise likes, because she doesn't want her own, old Appalachian style fiddling to be unconsciously influenced.)

These are some of the people though, that I think have had the most influence. Some in terms of vocal style, some in terms of the music itself, and some, both.

Henry Farmer Williams (my grandfather)
Hazel Dickens
Bonnie Raitt
Maria Muldaur
Lowell George
Bessie Smith
Tommy Thompson of the Red Clay Ramblers
Robert Palmer
Odetta


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: VirginiaTam
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 02:47 PM

From early childhood a tiny selection

Captain Kangaroo

Captain Kangaroo does NOT sing Button up your overcoat

The banana man

Tom Terrific and Manfred

The Town Clown

I am a fine musician


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: VirginiaTam
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 02:59 PM

Sleepy rosie - you may be a lost cause, but we shall see what we can do. What is the treament for post traumatic folk disorder?


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Lizzie Cornish 1
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 03:25 PM

"What is the treament for post traumatic folk disorder?"

One viewing, to be taken three times a day, after meals

;0)


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Stringsinger
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 03:27 PM

My influences were broad-ranging. I learned about melodic improvisation and its complexity from Charlie Parker. I learned about simple direct single lyric lines from Woody Guthrie.
I learned about musical economy from Miles Davis. I learned about communication of heart-felt musical ideas from Louis Armstrong. Raw power from Leadbelly. What the acoustic guitar can do from Eddie Lang and Django. Phrasing of a song from Tony Bennett.
The power of song for people from Pete Seeger and Paul Robeson. The total misuse and
corrupt ideology from German marching and drinking songs from the time of Hitler.

My influences may or may not have influenced what I do when I make music, however.
when we play music, we are really our own unique influence.

Frank Hamilton


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Bill D
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 03:31 PM

OMG! The Banana Man! He was on the old Ed Sullivan Show a couple times....maybe....ummm... 50 years ago? Maybe 55?
Strange musical influence...but.... *big grin*


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: cptsnapper
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 03:52 PM

One of my earliest influences was Jim Lackey who was based at USAF Chicksands, near Bedford & who, with Steve Duffy came to Bedford folk club when it started in 1965. Jim had a Martin D28 & a really nice style of playing which I tried to learn from. Unfortunately I've lost contact with him which is a shame because I never told him how much I admired & learnt him. Others include Vic Flick of the John Barry Seven fame & who played the original James Bond theme as well as John James, Nic Jones, Bonnie Raitt, Roy Young, Mike Berry & the Outlaws, the list is endless............


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Dan Schatz
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 05:48 PM

My most significant influences were the people I grew up around - part of the revival folk music community in the Washington, DC area. Some of those folks are Mudcatters; others have never joined or have left us. I think of people like Jonathan Eberhart and Helen Schneyer, as well as the living - Bruce Hutton, Joe Hickerson, Magpie and others. Not to mention my parents, the biggest influence of all.

More than anyone else, Pete Seeger has been a huge influence, indirectly as well as directly. Likewise, Utah Phillips was an influence long before I ever knew who he was. John McCutcheon, Gordon Bok, Archie Fisher, John Hurt, Jean Ritchie, Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer also come to mind. But mostly it was the people who sat around singing at Open Sings, Getaways, festivals and gatherings - as well as at home.

I remember taking a folksong class in college, and hearing the professor make the distinction between traditional and revival musicians. It was a valid distinction. But like some other musicians today, I grew up in the revival, which had its own traditions, (sub)culture, and musical heritage. Most of what I perform today - including the new music - is very much tied to that tradition. My music is in the tradition within which I was raised, learned (in large part, at least in its form, if not all the lyrics) through oral tradition. Where does that place me culturally as a person and as a musician?

Hmmm. Maybe this should be the start of a new thread for children of the revival. Or somebody's dissertation.

Dan


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Bruce MacNeill
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 06:41 PM

Well Dan, as another child of the revival period, short as it was, I think it does qualify as a culture or subculture, and has in the U.S. anyway become a tradition. I know it takes longer in the U.K. for something to become a tradition.

Like you, family was my earliest influence, the earliest being my Great-Great-Uncle Brad who played banjo, but after that it was the groups of the late 50's, Kingston Trio, Limelighters, followed by Dylan, Lightfoot, Mitchell, Ian Tyson, Tom Rush et. al.

I think what made it a tradition for me was sitting in foxholes in Vietnam, playing guitar and singing anti-war songs. I couldn't count the number of times we all sang "Where have all the Flowers Gone" and the like. The U.S. may have moved on to the Beatles and Stones but everybody knew "Charlie on the MTA" and "Puff the Magic Dragon".

I'm 61 now and that's still "My music", although I play other stuff too, classical and jazz. Left alone, I'll go back to the "Flowers "or "Early Morning Rain" or "Four Strong Winds" I won't appologize for it.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,Peace
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 11:29 PM

Jean Pierre Cousineau.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Jeri
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 11:40 PM

Bruce, this guy?


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Colin Randall
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 11:47 PM

Loads - High Level Ranters, Dubliners, Noel Murphy, Stefan Grossman, Jansch & Renbourn, Johnstons, the Northern Front, Bothy Band, Planxty, Steeleye, Fairport, Tom Paxton, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee. Andf that's without thinking too hard.


But that clip of Goodbye Irene - 21 Jan 10.24 - is priceless, Capt Birdseye.

Colin
Salut! Live


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Peace
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 11:59 PM

Jeri, I haven't seen John for 45 years. Likely is him. He had hair then, though.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Lonesome EJ
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 12:37 AM

Oh boy. Let's see...

The Yardbirds
Jim Morrison
Thin Lizzy
The Byrds
Spirit
Little Feat
Roxy Music
Bob Dylan
Hendrix
Van Morrison
Gram Parsons
Bruce Springsteen
REM
Uncle Tupelo
Merle Haggard
Townes van Zandt
Beatles
Son Volt
Richard Thompson
Sonny Boy Williamson(Rice)
Paul Rodgers
Woody Guthrie

Well. You asked.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Bert
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 01:20 AM

First was Mum and Dad.

Then
Lonnie Donnegan
Terry Golden
Tommy Steele
Tom Paxton
Tom Glazer
Burl Ives
Johnny Cash


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Colin Randall
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 02:14 AM

Yes, I forgot Dylan, Guthrie and at least half a dozen other bluesmen, without whom I probably would not have been lured into the folk clubs where pale English youths tried their best to copy their style


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Colin Randall
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 02:17 AM

....the "other" was a reference to my previous message, which mentioned Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, not Dylan and Guthrie, though plenty of people in the British folk clubs of the late 1960s/early 1970s did versions of their songs, too


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Jayto
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 03:38 AM

Lizzie it is funny you asked about the guitar. Kaelyn has the longest little fingers everyone is saying she has musician hands lol. I just added some pics of her in my tagged album on myspace.

Jim Morrison (god yeah how could I forget to add the Doors)
Clarence Ashley (thanks to Jerry R.)

I came to folk through punk, psychedelic, and metal. Not as far of a stretch as some may think.
I will add more when I have time but have to run right now.
cya
Jayto


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: bubblyrat
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 05:16 AM

Ralph Vaughan Williams
The Clancy Brothers
      Jimmy Shand
Robin Hall & Jimmy MacGregor
The Carter Family

      Pete Seeger


   Not many names,I agree---but they were enough to get me hooked for life !!


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Zen
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 06:09 AM

My father
My grandfather
Pretty well every good musician I've listened to whether famous or not.

Zen


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Jack Blandiver
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 07:54 AM

Not sure about influence, but here's a few ongoing inspirations:

Daevid Allen
Magma
Third Ear Band
Don Cherry
Sun Ra
Rene Zosso
Jim Eldon
Seamus Ennis
Derek Bailey
Johnny Mbizo Dyani
Scott Walker
Robert Wyatt
Davie Stewart
Jordi Savall
Rene Clemencic
Vivian Stanshall


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: The Sandman
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 08:27 AM

Alistair Anderson ,Bob Roberts,Harry Cox,Nic Jones,Phil Tanner,
Margaret Barry,and many more.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Colin Randall
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 08:35 AM

Yes, Captain. Nic Jones should have on my list, too (Alistair was, through his service to the High Level Ranters).


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Bee-dubya-ell
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 09:37 AM

John Prine
John Fahey
John Hurt
John Mayall
John Lee Hooker
John Hartford
John McCutcheon
John McEuen
John Cohen
John Cowan
John Lennon
John Duffy
John McLaughlin

That's the Johns. Wanna hear the Bills? How 'bout the Bobs?


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Bryn Pugh
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 10:40 AM

Duane Eddy
Chet Atkins aka the Great God Atkins alias GGA
Barney Kessel
Django Reinhardt
Wes Montgomery
Ian Jentle
The Young Tradition
Roy Orbison
The Police (the band, not the scuffers !)
June Tabor
Carolyn Hester
Martin Carthy
Leigh Stirling
Nic Jones
Ewan McColl
Louis Killen
Jim Carroll
The Watersons
Harry Boardman
Finbarr and Eddie Furey
Pete Ryder


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Clifton53
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 10:40 AM

Among many others, Tom Rush was a big influence in my school days. Not only is he a great performer in his own right, but he introduced songs by then unheard of songwriters, who shortly became famous world wide, and he covered blues numbers, traditional songs etc. Just an open door for me.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: PeadarOfPortsmouth
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 11:29 AM

In rough chronological order:
Clancy Bros and Tommy Makem
The Beatles
The Clash
Christy Moore
Jez Lowe
Elvis Costello
Richard Shindell


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Peace
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 04:51 PM

Ron Bankley.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: HipflaskAndy
Date: 23 Jan 09 - 01:53 PM

So much influence!!!
But to strip it to the bare bones...
Chronologically for me (and what they influenced for me)...

Them there Beatles...
plus a whole myriad of 'sixties' artists! - first interest in music as a whole!
Ian Anderson (Tull) - songwriting/vocals/material/style!!
Martin Barre (Tull) - elec gtr playing
Andy Powell (Wishbone Ash)- elec gtr playing
Andy Latimer (Camel)- elec gtr playing
Steeleye Span - engendered my interest in the tradition
Fairport Convention - engendered my interest in the tradition
Martin Carthy - acoustic guitar playing / engendered my interest in the tradition
Nic Jones - acoustic guitar playing / engendered my interest in the tradition
Richard Thompson - songwriting / acoustic gtr playing
Keith Hinchliffe- acoustic guitar playing
Stephen Fellowes (Comsat Angels)- songwriting
(those last two from the parish of Sheffield!)


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Rog Peek
Date: 23 Jan 09 - 02:35 PM

I haven't seen Phil Ochs mentioned once, and yet at least 43 artists have been influenced enough to write about him!.....Shame.

Rog


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Diva
Date: 23 Jan 09 - 02:40 PM

Singers are musicans too despite what that Nigel Kennedy says!!!!

Gordeanna McCulloch

Cy laurie

John Dillon

Sheila Stewart

Willie Beaton


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Rog Peek
Date: 23 Jan 09 - 02:52 PM

should have read "write SONGS about him.

sorry
Rog


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 23 Jan 09 - 08:33 PM

I'm not proud, I'll steal from anybody.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Charley Noble
Date: 23 Jan 09 - 09:37 PM

This is a fascinating thread, so many fine names!

If I'm naming names I probably could name most of the ones mentioned above but who are the ones that have most to do with what I'm singing now? Well, that's a smaller group.

First, there's my family friends Bill and Gene Bonyun who taught me the joy of singing together for fun, along with my parents. There was Pete Seeger and Malvina Reynolds who demonstrated what one could sing for topical songs. There was also Ewan MacColl & Peggy Seeger for political songs and traditional songs. There was Obray Ramsey for traditional Appalachian songs. There was the incredible Utah Phillips for great songs which were also political. There was Stan Hugill for the nautical songs. There was Danny McLeod whor introducied me to the the nautical poetry of C. Fox Smith. There's the Roaring Forties from Australia who introduced me to the poems of Henry Lawson and the fine songs of John Warner. There's the Pretty Shaky String Band of East Lansing who introduced me to contradance tunes which I'm still recycling. There's a whole crew of nautical singers who I've met via the Mystic Sea Music Festival and the Press Room monthly gatherings. And I think Gordon Bok, Stan Rogers, and Jez Lowe also are musical references, musicians that I compare what I do with.

There's also the members of Roll & Go who I've worked with for over 15 years. We generally have had six members but at least 20 people have actually cycled through our group.

And there's also members of Mudcat that have had an impact on what I do.

Cheerily,
Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Janie
Date: 23 Jan 09 - 10:50 PM

Add Ry Cooder to my list of major influences


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: dwditty
Date: 23 Jan 09 - 11:58 PM

Dave Van Ronk
Oscar Brown, Jr.
Tom Waits
Randy Newman
Taj MAhal
Dr. John
Billie Holiday
Thelonius Monk
Mose Allison
Frank Zappa
Fred Neil
Ricky Nelson
etc.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: lisa null
Date: 24 Jan 09 - 12:02 AM

Wow Charlie Noble:

Bill Bonyun was one of the big influences in my life too. He used to be resident folk singer in Sturbridge Village and would sit under a big tree singing. My father's house was not too far away, and my biggest brother and I would often be bvrought to hear him. He had so many songs we didn't know, historical songs and ballads-- and I very early picked up the idea that it might be fun to go find something rare and strange to see if he knew it. We'd play a game we calledm "stump the folk singer." Maybe this isn't what he intended, but it got us both hooked on reading songbooks and actively seeking out unusual recordings. Later, when i was married, he came to play a festival in northeastern Pennsylvania where I lived. We became friends. I used to visit him almost every year, driving up to Maine and staying with him and Jean. A wonderful man with great integrity and a love of both land and history.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Tim Leaning
Date: 24 Jan 09 - 12:39 AM

I used to listen a lot to Bowie,Dylan,Queen,Bolan etc etc etc. All the usual suspects for a guy of my age and upbringing.
Can I say I was influenced by them though?
I never even met them.
I feel more influenced, as in guided and introduced to new things and thoughts by people like Dick Appleton,Helen Bennett,Woja Coult(Bless Him)Vilan,BWM,the Tony Leonards,Ian Swinburns,El Grecko,s and Kenny Sharps of this world.
All the great people I have met and jammed and listened along to.
They influence me every time I meet them or hear them.
Maybe thats not what the originator of the post had in mind but thats how I see it.
;-)


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Bobert
Date: 24 Jan 09 - 02:50 PM

I'll list mine chronologocally:

The ones who most got my interest in music:

Elvis
Buddy Holly
Chuck Berry
Link Wray and the Wraymen

The one who got me playing music:

Bob Dylan

The ones that influenced me once I learnt up the geetar:

John Prine
Richie Havens
The Byrds
Crosby, Stills and Nash
Neil Young
The Dead
Waylon Jennings
Don Williams

The ones who, after the dull 80's, reinspired me:

Pearl Jam
Stone Temple Pilots
Mother Loves Bone
Smashing Pumpkins
Junkyard
Tesla
Tonic
Poison

Then, life began when after playing folkie/rock/country for 30 some years I discovered the blues:

Son House
Mississippi Fred McDowell
R.L. Burnside
Johnny Shines
T. Model Ford
Jessie Mae Hemphill
Elmore James
Bukka White
Blind Lemon

And those are just for starters...

B~


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: John Hardly
Date: 24 Jan 09 - 06:24 PM

James Taylor
Joel Mabus
Russ Barenberg


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Charley Noble
Date: 24 Jan 09 - 08:48 PM

Lisa-

Bill and Gene Bonyun were indeed a National Treasure.

John Hardly-

Joel Mabus is certainly one of my favorite Michigan singer-songwriters and instrumentalists.

Cheerily,
Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: John Hardly
Date: 25 Jan 09 - 09:56 AM

I'm lucky enough to live close enough to Joel to have taken guitar lessons from him. He's who got me started flatpicking.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Nancy King
Date: 25 Jan 09 - 11:58 AM

Well, I guess I'd have to start back when I was in college, with my roommate -- and still best friend -- Lois Lyman. You may have heard some of the songs she's written recorded by Gordon Bok. She taught me the basics of guitar-playing, and LOTS of songs, and introduced me to the music of the Weavers, Pete Seeger, the New Lost City Ramblers, Joan Baez, and many others. She and her brother John and his Coast Guard friends, and her late cousin Parker (Pick) Marean and other college buddies used to hang out at Lois' mother's house in Massachusetts most weekends, playing music and singing until the wee hours.

Then when I got to Washington I found a thriving community of folkies, including Helen Schneyer (who taught us to sing right out loud), Jonathan Eberhart, and many others. These are the people who, in addition to making their own music, started and ran the Folklore Society of Greater Washington, which brought -- and still brings -- the best of traditional and folk revival music to the DC area. What better influences could there be?

Nancy


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Peace
Date: 25 Jan 09 - 10:45 PM

Peter, Paul and Mary
Don Gibson
Bob Gibson


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Charley Noble
Date: 26 Jan 09 - 08:54 AM

Nancy-

Nice to hear some more about Lois Lyman. I've really enjoyed her songs, as sung by Gordon Bok.

Cheerily,
Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Jayto
Date: 26 Jan 09 - 03:24 PM

There are a bunch of local musicians that really had an influence on me. They really shaped my playing more than anyone else. I learned by jamming with these guys and never really spent any time learning other peoples songs. I have spent tons of time listening but not really breaking down how they play and things like that. When I say influence I mean more of a musical directional thing. Some of the local guys are

Eddie Pennington (my cousin that got me started in music)
Paul Yandell
Paul Mosley
Steve Rector
Malcolm Kirby
Royce Morgan
John Travis (Merle Travis's brother now deceased)
Mose Rager (Taught Merle Travis now deceased)
Pat Kirtley (really helped me when I was a kid great guitarist)
Larry Stone
Odell Martin (now deceased)
Chickenhawk Murphy (now deceased)
Merle Travis (Duh lol now deceased)

Mose Rager taught the majority of these guys. They in turn taught me and shaped my playing in a bunch of different styles. Some people know some of these guys as thumbpickers but they were also (and are also) excellent jazz, blues, and country guitarists.
cya
JT


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Nancy King
Date: 26 Jan 09 - 03:40 PM

Hi Charley -- I'll pass along the compliment to Lois when I see her next month!


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: The Sandman
Date: 26 Jan 09 - 04:03 PM

Richard Grainger.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Joe Offer
Date: 21 Feb 15 - 10:37 PM

Missing messages rescued by punkfolkrocker

Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,twerp
Date: 21 Jan 15 - 07:23 PM

Peter Yarrow and Paul Stookey




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,punkfolkrocker
Date: 21 Jan 15 - 09:53 PM

ok - something to do while I wait for my anti virus software to update...

The key influences I can recall right now:

Eddie Cochran
Pete Townshend
Mick Ronson
Wilko Johnson
Marc Bolan
Brian May
Steve Hillage
Bill Nelson
John Renbourn
Herbie Flowers
Giorgio Moroder




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: banjoman
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 06:19 AM

My Dad who was a great fiddle player and Jake burns who first introduced me to the banjo when I was about 11. (more than 60 years and I still play and make them)




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,Sidewinder.
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 06:50 AM

Richard Stilgoe & Old Rog & Co. at The Sun Inn Beverley.

Regards.

Sidewinder.




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,punkfolkrocker
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 07:36 AM

..and not forgetting my 2 earliest important influences before I started to learn guitar..

Donovan
Roy Wood




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,DTM
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 09:02 AM

From a lyrical point of view my influences are
Cole Porter, Johnny Mercer, et al.
Beatles
Tom Waits
Leonard Cohen,
Bob Dylan
Chris Difford
Paul Simon
Randy Newman
Michael Marra

Musically,
Gershwin and all the old torch song composers
Beatles
10cc




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 09:09 AM

Washboard Sam, Beryl Bryden, Lonnie Donegan, Jesse Fuller, etc.
I always wanted to sing like Howlin' Wolf, sadly, I sound more like Virginia Woolf. (Da Boom!)

RtS




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: MikeL2
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 09:57 AM

Hi

Most performers who I thought did something I wanted to do better than I could.

Cheers

MikeL2




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,Jon
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 10:36 AM

Barney McKenna. I think most of us, at least in a certain age range (or do newer players still do?), who tried the tenor banjo for jigs and reels, etc. would count him in.

Another one, whose playing I learned Trip To Durrow, 9 Points of Roguery and maybe Humours of Tullow (Johnstones Barleycorn record), was Mick Maloney.

Earliest recorded folk influnce was probably Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem. I didn't really discover sessions and the tenor banjo in that setting until I was about 27 and came back to the old Dubliners, etc. recordings for some tunes.




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 10:53 AM

After my own family, The Watersons, particularly Norma and Mike.




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,gillymor
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 11:27 AM

I recently discovered Laurie Hart , a fine American fiddler (she's also proficient on Hardanger fiddle and Nyckelharpa) who has a stunningly broad repertoire. She plays French Traditional and Musette, Scandanavian French Canadian, Irish, Scottish fiddle music and she does it all with impeccable technique, passion, sensitivity and joy. To me, she's one of those special musicians who comes along very rarely.




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,punkfolkrocker
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 12:18 PM

'Influences' are interesting...

The ones I list are the firm concrete formative influences from my teenage years..

The special one's that last a lifetime at the core of my musical being..

Since then, other significant influences have been countless,
no less important,
but they seem to have come and gone as somehow more generalised and anonymous stylistic
and genre influences...???

.. particularly, in folk and alt. country.

I could add, that for a few years, Sly & Robbie, James Brown, and Prince,
amongst many, were immense influences.
Though now, none of them are any longer that relevant to my current musical interests and direction.

... and how can you pick just one Disco artist, when there were so many genius one hit wonders...!!!!???




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: kendall
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 02:23 PM

Pete Seeger, Wilf Carter,Burl Ives, Gordon Bok,Gene Hooper.




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: MikeL2
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 02:42 PM

hi
As a jazz fan in my youth I got as much material as I could in those days of guitarists like, Wes Montgomery, Barney Kessel, Joe Pass, Herb Ellis and Johnny Smith.

Later I used to learn from Les Paul and Chet Atkins.

Cheers

MikeL2




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: PHJim
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 03:25 PM

I started playing guitar because of The Kingston Trio.
Ted Sheafer (sp?) showed me the Carter scratch and introduced me to the Mariposa Festival and Sing Out! magazine.
Josh White was my first blues influence.
Jackie Washington inspired me to learn more than the 3 or 4 chords I was getting by on.
Seeing John Herald with the Greenbriar Boys got me interested in flat picking.
Seeing Mississippi John Hurt was a thrill and started me learning 3-finger picking.
Libba Cotton and Dave Van Ronk were early influences.
John Hartford turned me on to banjo with the Morning Bugle album.
Ralph Rinsler influenced me to play mandolin.
Geoff Muldaur was one of my favourite blues singers.
The NLCR turned me onto old timey music.
Later influences are Guy Clark, Kris Kristpherson, Townes Van Zandt, Willie P. Bennett, Hayes Carll, Fred Eaglesmith, Cathy Fink, Karen Dalton, Cris Cuddy,...




Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Don Firth
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 07:51 PM

When I was a teenager (shortly after the Big Bang) I used to listen to Burl Ives on the radio on Sunday afternoons. A program called "The Wayfaring Stranger" as I recall. He talked about historical events such as the building of the Erie Canal and sang songs related to those events. I found these programs most interesting and informative.

And then I saw a movie about a young country girl who sang lots of folk songs and who was discovered and brought to New York to sing in a night club. Suffice it to say that it didn't win any academy awards (stock, wimpy plot), but it featured a lot of singing by Susan Reed accompanying herself on the Irish harp and the zither. Glamor Girl, 1948.

When I was in my late 'teens, I knew several opera enthusiasts and we would sit around and listen to recordings (we were a weird bunch!). A couple of guys were taking voice lessons, and I started too, with the same teacher. Went around blatting tenor arias (an octave down—I'm a bass-baritone). One of the guys had an album (three 12" 78s) of Richard Dyer-Bennet. I was a bit intrigued by his renditions of "Greensleeves" and "The Three Ravens." Reminded me of a minstrel of bygone days. Interesting.

In my second year in college (English Literature, later changed to Music) I was dating a girl who was very interested in folk songs and was busily learning songs, while at the same time teaching herself to play a fine old parlor guitar she had inherited from her grandmother. Claire was having such fun with this that I bought myself a cheap-o guitar and started learning to play it and began learning songs, along with Claire.

One evening we attended an informal concert by local folk singer Walt Robertson. He held the audience spellbound for more than two hours. I decided then that I wanted to do that. A couple of days later I met Walt and hit him up for lessons. After a few months Walt suggested that I take some classical guitar lessons. He knew that I was interested in the "minstrel" approach that Dyer-Bennet used, although my voice is far different from his. Dyer-Bennet was a light tenor, whereas I am a bass-baritone (kind of like Ed McCurdy).

Over the next few years, I took classical guitar lessons from four different teachers (at different times, of course) and voice lessons from two different teachers.

Eventually, I started getting singing jobs, then a television series, which led to more singing jobs.

I would say that the singers who influenced me the most, other than Claire, who got me actively participating in the first place, were Burl Ives, Susan Reed, Richard Dyer-Bennet, long-time friend and occasional singing partner Bob (Deckman) Nelson, whose straightforward approach and clear diction are well worth emulating. And the aforementioned Ed McCurdy.

I've heard—and met—Pete Seeger, Peggy Seeger, Ewan McColl, Guy Carawan, Jean Redpath, Theodore Bikel, and Richard Dyer-Bennet, and numerous other singers at folk festivals and after-concert parties—and it would be impossible to hear singers like these without being influenced by them.

Another is Sandy Paton. I knew him in Seattle in the early Fifties, when he was just starting to sing and play the guitar, then ran into him again at the 1960 Berkeley Folk Festival after he'd returned from the U. K. where he'd learned a bunch of songs and made his first record on Elektra.

Another major influence was Rolf Cahn, who I met in 1959 in Berkeley, California, and swapped songs and ideas with several times. The guy was a bit of a genius….

—and within recent years, Gordon Bok. And the recordings of Ed Trickett and Stan Rogers.

Don Firth


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST,Desi C
Date: 24 Feb 15 - 06:25 AM

The Clancy Bros
The Dubliners
Johnny McEvoy


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: Leadfingers
Date: 25 Feb 15 - 05:47 AM

Leon Rosselsson - realised that a lot of the songs I wanted to learn really needed some accompaniment !


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: GUEST, DTM
Date: 25 Feb 15 - 07:00 AM

Hank B Marvin first got me on the 'bandwagon', no doubt about it.
Many other musicians have moulded me into the (average) player I am today.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: BobKnight
Date: 25 Feb 15 - 07:23 AM

In the world of mainstream music, Little Richard, Merle Haggard and Buck Ownes.

In traditional music, my mother's family, the Stewarts, and my extended family, the Robertsons, my uncles, aunts, cousins and other relatives, who all seemed to play an instrument of some sort, fiddles accordians, and especially the bagpipes.


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: olddude
Date: 25 Feb 15 - 09:41 PM

BRUCE MURDOCK my brother


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Subject: RE: Musicians Who Influenced You
From: olddude
Date: 25 Feb 15 - 09:44 PM

Murdoch dang cell phone spell checker
Sorry Bruce love ya buddy


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