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Davy Graham (born David Michael Gordon Graham, sometimes called Davey, on 26 November 1940 in Hinckley, Leicestershire; died 15 December 2008) was a widely-influential British acoustic guitarist most famous for his instrumental Anji (also spelt Angi or Angie), mastery of which, for a period in the 1960s, was the prerequisite of joining many British folk clubs. Graham was also cited as an influence by guitarists such as Bert Jansch, Paul Simon and Jimmy Page, and was a major force behind… read more

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  • Avatar for qpskeifjtygh
    The definition of a real musician [2]
  • Avatar for LydianTwang
    The definition of a real musician.
  • Avatar for Detective_Kane
    so underrated. even compared to american explorers of oriental music.
  • Avatar for pontonostalgico
    Great Talent!
  • Avatar for CDPETE01
    Just read "Guitar Man" by Will Hodgkinson, basically about the author agreeing to learn guitar and play a gig within 6 months,chats with Davy and Bert Jansch amongst others,several of whom have since passed,a very good book.
  • Avatar for firefly2811
    so under rated.
  • Avatar for ariehdivision
    so underrated, fucking legend
  • Avatar for hundredsixtysix
    Folk genius [3]
  • Avatar for saddam_who_sane
    Folk genius [2]
  • Avatar for CDPETE01
    saw Davy in concert literally months before he passed away,was sad to hear that after only seeing him a few months before.

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