"Back in the late 1960s, British singer- songwriters began to develop a distinctive ‘troubadour’ style. Drawing on human experience and personal observation, their songs had a narrative, ballad quality to them, combined with wry, subtle humour. although still including american folk and blues influences, British traditional, jazz and classical themes frequently found their way into the melodies.
In the early 1970s a young Fraser Nimmo, armed only with a martin 00-18 and a degree in theology, moved from Scotland to London and joined this burgeoning scene...."
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