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number 134: december 2007—february 2008

contents

 
editorial if it ain't fixed, don't break it...   folk music and recording technology
 
home ground news and views from S Yorks and beyond
 
letters Fred Kitchen & the Rock@Maltby   Dave Sissons
Royally Shushed!   Carrie Eastham
 
features   IVFDF — IVFDF What?  the Inter Varsity Folk Dance Festival returns to Sheffield
Skyhook   Catrin Ashton interviews the band
the 'Sheffield' Carols   schedule of traditional carol events for the 2007 season
 
obituary   David Davidson   founder of the Attic Folk Club, Chesterfield
Duncan Williamson   renowned Scottish storyteller
Mick Rafferty   singer, guitarist and piper
 
live reviews   Sheffield Folk Festival   Sheffield: 26-28 October 2007
David 'Honeyboy' Edwards   Boardwalk, Sheffield: 19 August 2007
Wath Festival   Wath-upon-Dearne: 2-7 May 2007
Megson   Regent, Doncaster: 5 November 2007
 
cd reviews   various   John Barleycorn Reborn
Askew Sisters   All in a Garden Green
Paul Scourfield   Freshly Squeezed
Yasmin Levy   Mano Suave
Toumast   Ishumar
Peatbog Faeries   What Men Deserve to Lose
Gypsy Reel   Red Red Rose
Tsuumi Sound System   Hotas
various   The Imagined Village
Hector Gilchrist   Ingleneuk
Grace Notes   Northern Tide
Hotel Brown   Hotel Brown
Richard Kitson   Richard Kitson
Army of Briars   Army of Briars
Daphna Sadeh & the Voyagers   Walking the Thin Line
 
book review   Hardcore English: 300 Cracking Tunes from Manuscript, Recorded and Aural Sources ... for the Internet Age, compiled by Barry Callaghan
 
make a date   live music diary    
 
sessions   regional session guide  
 
clubs & concerts   live music and where to find it
 

additions & corrections

the 'Sheffield' carols

Since going to press with Pat Malham's list of events, details of further sings have been finalised. See the SRFAN website for the current state of play: Sheffield Carols 2007

Folk at the Holly Bush

Pete Shaw tells us that this event has now moved from Wednesday to Thursday evenings at the Princess Royal:

Skipton Folk Club

As of 21 January 2008, the Skipton club moves from its old venue at the Royal Oak to

The Narrow Boat, 38 Victoria Street, Skipton BD23 1JE

Club nights will now be on Mondays instead of Tuesdays. This is due to the Royal Oak suddenly closing down without warning.

info: 01535 665889 or 01282 426859
http://www.skiptonfolkclub.co.uk/

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