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Scottish multi-instrumentalist, musician, singer, songwriter and master Celtic storyteller Robin Williamson made his name as a member of the Incredible String Band between 1966 and 1974, during which time they were one of the most popular and influential groups of the era.
There had been past appearances alongside Pink Floyd and the Incredible String Band at the summer 2007 Syd Barrett tribute night and Paul travelled to LA to produce What Will Be for Devendra Banhart.
Two nights later on Wednesday, the Star & Shadow, on Stepney Bank, Byker, has the irrepressible musician, storyteller and former Incredible String Band lynchpin, Robin Williamson.
Smith's newfound fascination with loopy Pentangle records and the Incredible String Band translated to Courage's gently picked guitars, lilting harmonies and subject matter veering heavily towards the earth, dying winters and small mountains--all of which are done in by "Acts of Man" and "Rulers, Ruling All Things.
Byline: Annie Brown WHEN the Incredible String Band signed up for Woodstock, their management told them it was just a "little upstate folk festival".
It was a lot more sedate but no less intoxicating from GEORGIA SEDDON and her Incredible String Band father at the Cosmos Club where the "golden" voiced BETH JEANS HOUGHTON cast a few spells of her own.
Listening to them play beautiful Incredible String Band songs that are so familiar to me was certainly one of the best nights of the year.
So there won't be time to ask him about gay bishops, his touching fondness for early Incredible String Band songs or eyebrow grooming.