I have the great pleasure of knowing the band members in the mid 1970s, visiting Newcastle for concerts and pubs. I subsequently chose the city for my undergraduate studies 1976-1980. I still have all of their albums through to 1992. Alan Hull was a genius songwriter. https://draperonfilm.com/2018/06/28/lindisfarnes-rod-clements/
https://study.com/academy/lesson/what-is-celtic-music-types-history.html Some recent additions to my collection …..
Tom Curren is a man of music, but he started out as a surfing champion. https://mpora.com/action/surfing/ultimate-renegades-tom-curren-strange-story-greatest-surf-photo-ever/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Curren http://americansongwriter.com/2013/04/tom-curren/ https://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/surf-champion-tom-curren-rides-west-coast-folk-on-in-plain-view-20130402 His 2003 album is my first encounter with his music. It won’t be the last. Now, if only I could find his instrumental jazz album.
Enter the realm of mint condition, sealed, rare & collectable records …. http://991.com/Features/Audiophile.aspx
They’re not as efficient as switch-mode, and are bigger and cost more – so, why bother with LPS? https://audiobacon.net/2018/06/29/linear-power-supplies-for-audiophiles-getting-closer-to-live/
In 2014, Dallas Green and Alecia Moore collaborated to record a folk album rose ave. It was a best-seller in Canada and the USA. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/You%2BMe https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose_ave. On sale at $10, I bought it for my collection. Bargain! It was actually charged at 50c. Who could resist?