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ARTIST
TITLE
Beau
FORMAT
CD

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CATALOG #
CDMRED 333CD CDMRED 333CD
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RELEASE DATE
11/19/2007

"The Dandelion label, formed by Radio 1 DJ John Peel with his manager Clive Selwood in 1969, was an attempt by both founders to put something back into the business they loved. The object was to bring deserving but hitherto unrecognized talents to the public's attention on a non-profit basis. As Clive's day job was European representative of Elektra Records, it's not surprising 'Dandy' (as it was known) majored on the singer-songwriter genre. And to Beau, alias Trevor Midgley, fell the honor of the label's first release in 1969 with the single '1917 Revolution.' Later that year, Dandelion released his full LP self-titled Beau. Cherry Red are delighted to announce the re-release of this beautifully-written British folk album. This CD -- featuring Beau's self-titled first album and NINE bonus tracks -- showcases the distinctive style of one of the finest 12-string guitar players to come out of the 1960s."