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  1. Jular Reply

    Fairport Convention biography Founded in London, UK in - Recording hiatus - Reformed in and still active as of FAIRPORT CONVENTION was formed in by Richard Thompson (guitar & vocals), Simon Nicol (guitar & vocals, viola), Ashley Hutchings (bass), Judy DYBLE (vocals) and Shaun Frater (drums). Before the release of their first record .

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    The core of this edition of Fairport included longtime members Simon Nicol, Dave Pegg & Dave Mattacks with newcomers Martin Allcock & Ric Sanders. The album jump starts with How Many Times, and also includes The Hiring Fair that is now (15 years later) is regarded as one of the best ballads in Fairport history (and concert staple)/5(7).

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Gladys' Leap & Expletive Delighted on Discogs. Label: Folkprint - FPCD • Format: 2x, CD Album, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock. Fairport Convention ‎– Gladys' Leap & Expletive Delighted 4/5(1).

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    Expletive Delighted! is the fifteenth studio album by folk rock band Fairport Convention. It is the band 's only album consisting solely of instrumental tracks, despite the claim "Lyric sheet.

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    Expletive Delighted!, an Album by Fairport Convention. Released in August on Woodworm (catalog no. WR; Vinyl LP). Genres: British Folk Rock, Folk Rock.

  8. Zulkisar Reply

    Apr 28,  · Expletive Delighted. This is a great LP, much better than “Gladys”, and who would have thought an instrumental album would be so good? The sound quality is possibly the best ever for a Fairport album; they had mastered the studio process and the mastering / pressing process. The sound is so good it could be a hi-fi demonstration disc.

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