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Lindisfarne, Unicorn, Gillian McPherson: Royal Festival Hall, London

Andrew Means, Melody Maker, 15 May 1971

THE HARSH, throbbing music of Lindisfarne generates a degree of immediacy that's uncommon. They are professional and yet there is an inherent roughness that never allows barriers to develop between them and their audience. Their Royal Festival Hall concert on Monday was an apt example, when their sandpaper vocals were complemented by slick instrumental work.

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