Tag Archives: Dave Lambert

CHAS CRONK – Liberty

April 16, 2022

Renaissance 2022 Progressive folk stalwart finds the wings of freedom and flies on towards new dawn. Well-respected by peers and aficionados alike, albeit criminally underrated despite being a constant presence on the scene, bassist Chas Cronk is mostly famous for … Continue reading

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Chas Cronk To Issue A Solo Album

December 4, 2021

One of the well-respected, if criminally underrated, bass players, Chas Cronk is mostly famous for his decades-long, if intermittent, stint with STRAWBS, but there’s more to his creative biography, including spells with and . What it almost doesn’t include is … Continue reading

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STRAWBS – Settlement

May 9, 2021

Esoteric Antenna 2021 Uncompromising to the end, if melodically supple, stalwarts of British music scene enter the melee against the chaos of our time. This band have a lot of stylistic means at their disposal – folk, prog, glam – … Continue reading

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STRAWBS Launch Their Reissue Programme

March 20, 2019

Last year, Cherry Red Group acquired the catalogue of Witchwood Media, the label which belongs to STRAWBS; this meant it was only a matter of time before their classic records would be reissued in expanded form – and, of course, … Continue reading

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January 25, 2019

October 2018 It’s nigh on impossible to be an underrated front-end player in a worldwide-known ensemble, yet those who heard STRAWBS – in their ’70s heyday or renaissance of the last decade – should know that Dave Lambert is a … Continue reading

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