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Roy Harper: Speakeasy, London

Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, 13 April 1968

LONDON'S Speakeasy must be the most difficult gig for any folk-type artist, and when Roy Harper sang there on Sunday, sandwiched between an old Mae West movie and the loud but not particularly exciting sound of the Spooky Tooth, he showed some early signs of understandable nervousness.

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