One of the most collectible British folk albums of the 1960s, Softley was a true folk singer in the vein of Bob Dylan, as he so deftly proved by his first album "Songs for Swinging Survivors", released in 1965. a huge influence on the more famous Donovan, Softley's beautiful voice and guitar playing is captured here in all it's glory. Impeccable versions of Billie Holiday's Strange Fruit and Woody Guthrie's Plains of the Buffalo complete Softley's gem, an absolute must for folk aficionados and a nice surprise for the newcomers.
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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