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Richard Dyer-Bennet #2

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Dyer-Bennet's recordings had their place in their day, when folk records of any sort weren't that easy to come by. But several decades on, there's no getting around it: the man sounds prissy. On Vol. 2 he plays 13 traditional songs, accompanied by nothing other than his Spanish guitar. His high, classical-influenced tenor voice is one of a minstrel balladeer relaying rather than living the songs, with a lullaby-type ambience and clear production. As was often the custom on folk releases of the age, the repertoire is taken from numerous nations, including Sweden, Scotland, Ireland, Austria, France, and Germany.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 06 de octubre de 1913 en Leicester, England

Género: Intérprete/compositor

Años de actividad: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

Singer/songwriter Richard Dyer-Bennet was among the leading performers of the folk music renaissance of the early '40s. A classically trained talent with a pitch-perfect, high lyric tenor, he was also an uncompromising proponent of creative rights, even founding his own highly influential independent record label. Born October 6, 1913, in Leicester, England, Dyer-Bennet and his family soon moved to British Columbia, finally settling in Berkeley, California, in 1923. Influenced by recordings of Caruso...
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