Posts Tagged 'Joe Boyd'

Incredible String Band’s Mike Heron’s Top Five Albums Of All Time

Leading up to our event with himself and Joe Boyd in Edinburgh this August, Mike caught us up to speed on his top 5 favourite albums.

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CAS presents Incredible String Band ‘5000 Spirits…’ with Mike Heron & Joe Boyd at EIF

ISB’s Mike Heron and album producer Joe Boyd join us to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this iconic album in the band’s home city, Edinburgh.

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Joe Boyd’s Top Five Albums Of All Time

Joe Boyd who has produced acts such as Pink Floyd, Nick Drake, Fairport Convention, Sandy Denny and The Incredible String Band reveals the albums he loves beginning to end.

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Camp Bestival and Bestival Interviews

Check out Colleen’s full interviews with and album presentations by Joe Boyd, Don Letts, Laura Mvula, Steve Mason, DJ Yoda and Horse Meat Disco

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Colleen is joined by producer Joe Boyd to discuss Fairpoint Convention’s classic ‘Liege & Lief’

Fairpoint Convention producer Joe Boyd sat down with Colleen to discuss the folk classic ‘Liege & Lief’.

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Nick Drake ‘Five Leaves Left’ discussed by album producer Joe Boyd and Colleen at Camp Bestival

Joe and Colleen sit down for an hour to discuss one of the most popular albums ever.

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Our Klipsch presents Classic Album Sundays at Camp Bestival Film

Check out this 5 minute clip to see what we got up to at Camp Bestival and to whet your appetite for our Bestival sessions.

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Classic Album Sundays on Audio Note UK at the National Audio Show 2014

Our full line-up of events with guests including producer Joe Boyd, Hi-Fi+ Editor Alan Sircom and Darrel Sheinman of Gearbox Records.

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Classic Album Sundays on Audio Note (UK) at the National Audio Show 2014

We’re coming back this time with glowing hot valves and our special guest, producer Joe Boyd.

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Klipsch Audio presents Classic Album Sundays at Camp Bestival Gallery

Our best year yet with guests Joe Boyd, Laura Mvula, Steve Mason and more in the intimate setting of St. Andrew’s Church.

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