Sad news today, as I see in The Guardian that Davey Graham has died. He was a (in very broad terms) a folk musician, drawing on everything from Bach to Indian ragas in the 60s to create something devastatingly new. No space here to do him justice – check out the obituary in The Guardian, but before you do that here he is in the late 60s piece ‘Cain’s Film’, about Alex Trocchi:
And here again in a noir-ish feature film, as Edward Fox does moody:
Here he is playing ‘Cry Me a River’ in the clip that first introduced him to the public:
And here he is being genuflected to on ‘Folk Britannia’:
tho’ to be honest, I wish on that last one they’d just shut up and let him play.