The Farm
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1983
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The Farm Biography (Wikipedia)

The Farm are a British band from Liverpool. Their first album, Spartacus, reached the top position in the UK Albums Chart when it was released in March 1991; it includes two songs which had been top 10 singles the year before. In 2012, they toured with their Spartacus Live shows and formed part of The Justice Tonight Band, supporting The Stone Roses at Heaton Park, Phoenix Park, Lyon and Milan. The Justice Collective had the 2012 Christmas number one with their recording of "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother". The Farm have continued to perform at festivals in 2015 and have acoustic performances planned throughout the year, and will appear at the Shiiine Music Festival in November, 2015.

The Farm are releasing a brand new EP which is now available through Pledge Music Its a four track E.P. “Feel The Love” and was announced on John Robb's Louder Than War online music magazine.

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Groovy Train - BBC Session 06/05/1990
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Groovy Train - BBC Session 06/05/1990
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Very Emotional (Ballad To Ray Toohey) - BBC Session 06/05/1990
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Very Emotional (Ballad To Ray Toohey) - BBC Session 06/05/1990
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Family Man (Radio 1 Session, 06 May 1990)
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Family Man (Radio 1 Session, 06 May 1990)
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