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Faith, Folk & Anarchy


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Faith, Folk and Anarchy was a short-lived project from three of the UK’s leading singer-songwriters, Martyn Joseph, Steve Knightley (best known as one half of folk greats Show of Hands) and punk/new wave legend Tom Robinson. They produced an eponymous album featuring reworkings of some of their best known tunes, and went on tour to support that album. It produced some great nights, one of which was later released as a live album. Highlights include Knightley’s reinvention of Robinson’s “You Tattooed Me”, the group interaction on “I’ve Got Faith In You” and the final track “Come a Long Way” where the group replies to the audience member who has come all the way from the Isle of Wight with the question “Just for This??”.
This marked Robinson’s final project before he retired from music to concentrate on his radio career, but Joseph and Knightley continue to work together on occasion, having produced an album together (The Bridgerow Sessions) and most recently when Joseph supported Show of Hands on their recent UK tour.

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  • Geo8

    This is not an artist, as far as I know, but a record or a project by Martyn Joseph, Tom Robinson & Steve Knightley. The two items should, at least, be connected.

    24 Mar 2009 Reply

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