Etchingham Steam Band, The
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During 1974 and 1975 [a236336] and [a351036] led a remarkable acoustic ensemble playing the traditional music of southern England, around the folk clubs and festivals of Britain. Named after the village in Sussex where he and Shirley Collins were living, the Etchingham Steam Band was an all-acoustic project of [a351036], put together in early 1974 and featuring [a236336] as vocalist (who had earlier contributed similar material to both "No Roses" and "Morris On"). Initially formed around the nucleus of Shirley, Ashley, [a1794213] and [a1029846] (with occasional contributions from [a307522]), it transmuted into a larger, more flexible operation around mid 1974 with, at various times, contributions from [a1237835], [a2538526], [a1868391], [a201111], and even [a65786] (according to Pete Frame's "Rock Family Trees"), plus Eddie Upton as dance caller. Eventually, a subset of the Etchinghams became the more "electric" [a1673308], in 1975, which included Dave Mattacks as more of a permanent drummer (shared with Fairport Convention duties), and brought [a416916] (ex [a305778]) and [a307521] (ex [a1375839]) into the Hutchings fold for the first time.