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Born in the early 1940s and brought up in Edinburgh, Scotland, Robin became a mainstay of the psychedelic folk combo The Incredible String Band in the late 60s and early 70s. He moved to California and formed the Merry Band in the 70s, following more Celtic roots directions in his music. By this time, he had already contributed to over a dozen albums, toured widely and written fiddle and penny whistle tutors. By the 80s, Robin was concentrating on harp music. The Incredible String Band still seems to be an on-going project, even if not full time.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Gwydion's Dream - (1:57) - 81 plays
- LyricsBy Ivan Pawle
Robin Williamson: Violin, flute, mandolin, bass and vocal.
Susie W-T.: Flute solo.
Janet Williamson: Organ.
Strings in the earth and the air
- LyricsI see your faces
Blown through the horned clouds
In the silent cities
They call me so loud
Come through the fire
- LyricsBy Robin Williamson
Robin Williamson: Guitar and vocals.
Dark eyed lady
I believe you are the one I loved before
you are the one I loved before
- Verses at Ellesmere - (3:45) - 32 plays
- Return No More - (5:43) - 34 plays
- The Four Points Are Thus Beheld - (6:22) - 42 plays
- Here To Burn - (3:49) - 36 plays
- Cold Harbour - (7:07) - 37 plays
- Fare Thee Well Sweet Mally - (4:33) - 27 plays
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