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Fire and Wine - An Armchair Guide to Steve Ashley
     

Fire and Wine - An Armchair Guide to Steve Ashley

by Dave Thompson
 

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The first complete musical biography of one of the UK’s most respected and talented singer-songwriters.

Fire and Wine is the story of Steve Ashley, the artist Mojo magazine described as “the Inspector Morse of the folk world - a gentle romantic with a flair for mystery”; and whose debut album Stroll On holds a permanent place among the

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The first complete musical biography of one of the UK’s most respected and talented singer-songwriters.

Fire and Wine is the story of Steve Ashley, the artist Mojo magazine described as “the Inspector Morse of the folk world - a gentle romantic with a flair for mystery”; and whose debut album Stroll On holds a permanent place among the greatest folk-rock records ever made.

Steve’s own recollections are joined by a small army of friends and colleagues, including Dave Pegg, Shirley Collins, Linda Thompson, Chris Leslie, Colin Irwin, Bruce Rowland, Maartin Allcock, Austin John Marshall and many others.

Fire and Wine is an indispensable addition to the folk and traditional library.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148765561
Publisher:
Dave Thompson
Publication date:
08/20/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
242
File size:
231 KB

Meet the Author

Dave Thompson is the author of over 120 books on rock and pop culture, including best-selling biographies of Roger Waters, Kurt Cobain, Cream, Patti Smith, Cat Stevens, David Bowie and many more.

In 2003, his encyclopedia The Third Ear Guide to Reggae and Caribbean Music received the ARSC award for Best Research in Recorded Folk and Ethnic Music.

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