Meic Stevens
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1942-03-13
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Meic Stevens

Meic Stevens Biography (Wikipedia)

Meic Stevens (born 13 March 1942) is a Welsh singer-songwriter often referred to as "the Welsh Dylan", who has been compared with Syd Barrett. Stevens's songs have a mystical, faintly psychedelic flavour, and are mostly sung in his native Welsh language. Still largely unknown outside Wales, he was discovered by DJ Jimmy Savile, who saw him performing in a Manchester folk club in 1965. This led to Stevens recording his first single – with arranger John Paul Jones (later of Led Zeppelin) – for Decca Records that same year, though it sold badly.

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Sesiynau Gwerin: Meic Stevens
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Bangor
2009-09-27T17:33:38
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27
Sep
2009
Sesiynau Gwerin: Meic Stevens

Sesiynau Gwerin: Meic Stevens

Bangor

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