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Carthy & Swarb @ The Goose . Sept 24th

GUEST,NygelGoose 17 Aug 10 - 08:58 AM
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Subject: Carthy & Swarb @ The Goose . Sept 24th
From: GUEST,NygelGoose
Date: 17 Aug 10 - 08:58 AM

Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick – DHFC
The Goose Is Out! @ DHFC , Edgar Kail Way , East Dulwich, London SE22 8BD
Friday Sept 24th .7.00pm £ 11/£7 advance via WeGotTickets , see link at the bottom , (strongly recommended) . £ 12/£8 on the door (subject to availability).

A startlingly intense reunion from this legendary ground-breaking duo. All the old skills are demonstrated with a new collection of traditional songs and instrumentals. Their experienced approach to their art lacks none of the fervour of their early days, and brings a maturity born of many years living with the music that is an integral part of their beings.

This remarkable pairing played an important part in the tremendous shake up given to British folk music in the middle to late 60's. Dave Swarbrick first came to prominence on the folk scene as a young instrumental virtuoso in the Ian Campbell Folk Group. Having worked alongside other leading musicians such as Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger, Beryl and Roger Marriott and A. L. Lloyd, he teamed up with Martin Carthy in 1966.

"The super-duo are back together after 14 years." The Guardian
"Swarbrick is an absolute revelation here, as instinctively sympathetic and wickedly inspirational as he ever was. It's like they were a couple of twenty somethings again. To hear Swarb bowing with such soul and tenderness and dynamism too is an unconditional joy." fRoots

For more than 40 years Martin Carthy has been one of folk music's greatest innovators, one of its best loved, most enthusiastic and, at times, most quietly controversial of figures. His skill, stage presence and natural charm have won him many admirers, not only from within the folk scene, but also far beyond it. "Arguably the greatest English folk song performer, writer, collector and editor of them all!" Q Magazine (2004)

watch Martin & Dave here :

Support will be Chris Sarjeant & Skinny Lister ( solo ) take a look below .

To buy tickets for this gig please use the link below .

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