As many of you who know me are probably aware, my musical tastes are pretty wide-ranging and can be a bit eclectic. Alongside heavy rock/heavy metal, electronica, a bit of rap/hip-hop and a love of classical pieces, I’m also rather fond of the British folk scene. Or, indeed, the folk, roots and world music scene in general.
Since I currently seem to be on a bit of a musical sharing adventure at present, here’s today’s offering from Adrian’s music library. Show of Hands have been doing their thing on the English folk circuit for many a year, playing their own original material as well as their own versions of classic folk standards. This is from their album “Arrogance, Ignorance and Greed” (a cracking album all round) and is their wonderful version of Keys of Canterbury.