Part of the late 1970's Canterbury folk scene, "Fiddler's Dram" leapt to prominence with their Christmas 1979 smash "Day Trip To Bangor (Didn't We Have A Lovely Time)". An offshoot of the Oyster Band, they made two albums, "To See The Play" (1978) and "Fiddler's Dram" (1980).
The Turtles were an American pop and folk rock band, producing many radio-friendly chart singles but remain best known for 1967's 'Happy Together' and 'Elenore' the following year. They made some excellent albums, and all their material is available for licence.
Described by DJ Danny Baker as "the best thing on this planet at the moment", the single "Take It All" was the pinnacle of the all too brief career of Friends of Harry.