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Album Review

Still exploring the vein of English folk song from a rock aesthetic, this war horse of a band delivers a pleasant collection of traditional tunes (with only one original, "The Old Turf Fire"). While much of the edge has worn off their approach, becoming comically puckish on "The Tricks of London Town," there are several fine tunes here. Of particular note is "Lord Randall," which proves to be a blueprint for both Dylan's "A Hard Rain's A'Gonna Fall" and Cat Stevens' "Father and Son."

Biography

Formed: 1970

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Aside from Fairport Convention, Steeleye Span was the most successful and enduring British folk-rock band. The parallels between the bands are numerous: both updated traditional British folk material with rock arrangements, both featured an excellent female lead singer (Sandy Denny for Fairport, Maddy Prior for Steeleye Span), both frequently employed multi-part harmonies, and both mixed original and traditional songs. Although Fairport was more innovative in its early days, Steeleye Span was arguably...
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