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MICK SOFTLEY “Songs For Swingin Survivors”
Format: 180 gram LP
One of the most collectible British folk albums of the 1960s, Softley was a true folksinger in the vein of Bob Dylan, as he so deftly proved by his first album “Songs For Swinging Survivors”, released in 1965. A huge influence on the more famous Donovan, Softley s beautiful voice and guitar playing is captured here in all its glory. Impeccable versions of Billie Holiday s Strange Fruit and Woody Guthrie s Plains Of The Buffalo complete Softley s gem, an absolute must for folk afficianados and a nice surprise for the newcomers.
Track listing - Side A: 1. After The Third World War Is Over (Or How I Learnt To Live Without Myself) 2. The Bells Of Rhymney (Davis, Peter Seeger) 3. Strange Fruit 4. Blues For Cupid Green 5. All I Want Is A Chance 6. The War Drags On Side B: 1. Keep Movin- On 2. Jeannie 3. What Makes The Wind To Blow 4. I-ve Gotta Deal You Can-t Turn Down 5. West Country Girl 6. Plains Of The Buffalo