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Bounty Hound 'Traditional' folk/rock - meaningless? (84* d) RE: 'Traditional' folk/rock - meaningless? 18 Sep 14

Spleen, I like to think we give our music a bit of an edge, and thank you for that comment. Sorry to say I'm not with you on Flying Saucer Attack, not my cup of tea I'm afraid, and Punkfolkrocker, I've had a look at your links, and same reaction. Still, it would be a boring old world if we all had the same taste ;)

I'm more of a Levellers, Men they Couldn't Hang, Strawbs, Tull man myself, which does bring us back to the importance of the words. I think the world would be a sadder place without the genius lyrics of Dave Cousins and Ian Anderson.

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