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'HARD ROAD TO PROSPECT HILL' in FRUK's 'Best Albums of 2015'.
Order at the on-line store , download from iTunes, CD Baby,Amazon etc. or listen now on Spotify.
Click on ALBUMS to read the recent REVIEW from LIVING TRADITION .
Click on NEWS to learn more about STORMBOUND released on Nov 1st 2014 to commemorate the Rohilla Disaster - Whitby 1914 , order the CD on line or download from iTunes.
The classic 2003 album 'EYE OF THE WIND', tells the dramatic tale of James Cook and his voyage of discovery aboard 'Endeavour', is available from iTunes and other major outlets. Narrated by David Attenborough. You can also buy the CD version direct from us at the ON - LINE STORE.
Listen to the BBC World Service documentary ' Who Says I Can't Fish?' one of the acclaimed 'Global Perspectives' series Produced by Kate Howells in 2011 and featuring 'Scarborough Fishermen' Click on LINKS above.
We have added a new link to '52 Folk Songs...' which attempts to tackle the origins of the Richard Grainger composition 'Death Of Nelson' and ,on the Media Page , you'll find a recent review from a concert in Devon with Chris Parkinson.
and .. A few words from here and there.....
'Richard is more than purely entertaining, he leaves you with a greater appreciation of the world around us' Graham Searle 2014
'Eye of The Wind'' is a truly awesome piece, and I never tire of it' Terry Ferdinand Former Radio Presenter Bishop FM
'Scarborough Fishermen' is one of Englands great songs' Colin Pitts - Singer & Songwriter UK
Grainger & Parkinson 'The Best of British' Roger Giles Devonport Folk Club, Auckland, New Zealand
'- a dynamic performer ..wonderful songs' Nanaimo Folk Connection, BC Canada
'terrific performance- '' wonderful concert' ' California Academy Of Sciences, San Francisco