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Baker's Dozen

Songs Are Powerful Things: Marry Waterson's Baker's Dozen
Jude Rogers , October 18th, 2017 07:10

Marry Waterson might have been born into a folk dynasty but that didn't stop her becoming a biker. With a new LP out and her mother and uncle's Bright Phoebus LP recently reissued, she guides Jude Rogers through 13 favourite LPs from The Beatles to The Band and Billie Holiday


Joni Mitchell – Ladies Of The Canyon
This is such a bloody cliché, isn't it? She seems to be everyone's muse! But she had such a really original style of singing and playing, and she was so brave with her voice – reaching for notes, going up and down the scale, twisting and turning. Her whole life sung through her own strange perspective. I listened to so much when I was young, and it seeped into me, and what I like. A whole intimate world painted and sung in her own way.