Dando Shaft is the name of a short-lived ive folk and folk jazz band that was primarily active in the early 1970s. The band has attracted a measure of attention from recent compilation releases and Dando Shaft is today known primarily as one of the major influences on the progressive stream of the 1960s folk revival.
Band's List Folk Rock Dando Shaft An Evening with Dando Shaft. Band Name Dando Shaft. Album Name An Evening with Dando Shaft. Labels Decca Young Blood. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album1.
On their first album, Dando Shaft came off as something like a more folk-oriented, yet also more hippie-oriented Pentangle. The percussive pulse of Roger Bullen's bass in particular gave much of the material a rhythmic swing that helped it stand apart from traditional folk, as did original material based around images of nature: rain, wind, leaves, the dawn, flowers, the country, and so on. The singing and songwriting betrayed a notable debt to Bert Jansch, though with a more whimsical bent that Jansch usually allowed
Lista de los grupos Folk Rock Dando Shaft An Evening with Dando Shaft. añadir las palabras del álbum. Data de aparición 1970. Estilo MusicalFolk Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum1.
Dando Shaft- Lazily Slowly 3:21. Dando Shaft - Spring Clog Dance 2:57. dando shaft - in the country 2:45. DANDO SHAFT - Cold wind 4:11. DANDO SHAFT - September wine 3:39. DANDO SHAFT - Rain 5:05. Dando Shaft – An Evening With Dando Shaft (full album).
Dando Shaft Ultimate Collection. Dando Shaft, named after a character in a novel by Don Calhoun, began as a five-piece folk-band from Coventry, United Kingdom in 1968 and comprised of Kevin Dempsey (acoustic guitar/vocals). Martin Jenkins (vocals, ar), Ted Kay (tabla/percussion), Roger Bullen (bass), and Dave Cooper (guitar/vocals). They took acoustic instrumentation and folk roots and created a unique sound of their own, high on musical dexterity and compositional ability.
Album An Evening With Dando Shaft. There's a cold wind, blowing me babe To a new spring where you can't follow Take my chances.