Starting as a musician on part of the local scene and gradually the group got formed of amazingly good local musicians. Judy Dyble was their singer and she played the autoharp, they became known after the house they rehearsed in and they called themselves the Fairport Convention.
Irresistible and quietly compelling tales – RECORD COLLECTOR : It captures the hectic spirit of Rock’n’Roll’s early days – MOJO : We were all there but not many realised what was happening – BEAT MAGAZINE: This is a fun book to read that lifts the lid on the music industry of the 1960s and 1970s – MAKING TIME
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