Tune of the week

Fireside Stories by Trevor Beales

Basin Rock, the Todmorden based outsider record label, sent us this record last week. Have a listen but better still buy the record and be part of the story that’s going to be the Calderdale version of “Finding Sugarman”.

Trevor Beales was a Hebden Bridge artist who made these recordings in the early 70s but never managed to release them.

And what a find his work is with a fabulous guitar style, sharp lyrics and sweet seventies psyche folk delivery.

Probably worth buying the record just for the sleeve notes written by Benjamin Myers who wrote The Gallows Pole. Get it if you want schooling in what anti-counter-culture folk is and how it’s a part of the history of non conformist Hebden Bridge.

There’s more to this valley than scented candles and craft beer pub crawls you know!

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