dukinfield golf club
dukinfield golf club
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having fun at our launch gig
having fun at our launch gig
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snowy days
snowy days
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In the studios…
In the studios...
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Nigel Schofield – Tykes News
Nigel Schofield - Tykes News
They are a sibling trio from Greater Manchester. This is their debut album. It is astonishingly good. Jointly produced by Clive Gregson and John Wood, its sound is a spaciously texture blend of folk, old-timey, country, rock and smooth jazz that provides a multi-faceted, gorgeously subtle sound that defies categorisation. The same holds true for [...] ...
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Folk monthly – Garry Copeland
Folk monthly - Garry Copeland
On the evidence of this debut album, the Hayes Sisters don’t do sweet nothings and they write fine songs. There’s a baker’s dozen of them here, fitting comfortably into more genres than you can shake a stick at. You want an Irish knees-up? Then try to opening track, The Wrong Way, a breezy romp in [...] ...
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Folk North-West – Rob Dunford
Folk North-West - Rob Dunford
I was privileged to receive a pre-release copy of this their debut album, earlier this year at Lymm Folk Club, prior to its launch and I am pleased to say it backs up the host of favourable impressions their live performances have left me with.  As Lymm's publicity told us, the Hayes Sisters have been [...] ...
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Living Tradition – Jim McCourt
Living Tradition - Jim McCourt
Upbeat, sparkly and polished, Another Man’s Shoes is the superb debut album from the harmony trio of Stockport sisters, consisting of 13 diverse and well-crafted songs, with strong melodies and choruses. Ange, Cath and Jen wrote all the tracks themselves – although no individual credits are given – and collaborated on the arrangements. Imaginative and [...] ...
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