Dave Pegg

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For the Manchester United F.C. footballer, see David Pegg. Dave Pegg_sentence_0

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Birth nameDave Pegg_header_cell_0_2_0 David PeggDave Pegg_cell_0_2_1
BornDave Pegg_header_cell_0_3_0 (1947-11-02) 2 November 1947 (age 73)

Acocks Green, Birmingham, EnglandDave Pegg_cell_0_3_1

GenresDave Pegg_header_cell_0_4_0 Rock, British folk rockDave Pegg_cell_0_4_1
Occupation(s)Dave Pegg_header_cell_0_5_0 Musician, record producerDave Pegg_cell_0_5_1
InstrumentsDave Pegg_header_cell_0_6_0 Bass guitarDave Pegg_cell_0_6_1
Years activeDave Pegg_header_cell_0_7_0 1960s–presentDave Pegg_cell_0_7_1
LabelsDave Pegg_header_cell_0_8_0 Woodworm, Matty GroovesDave Pegg_cell_0_8_1
Associated actsDave Pegg_header_cell_0_9_0 Fairport Convention, Ian Campbell Folk Group, Jethro Tull, Nick Drake, John MartynDave Pegg_cell_0_9_1
WebsiteDave Pegg_header_cell_0_10_0 Dave Pegg_cell_0_10_1

Dave Pegg (born 2 November 1947) is an English multi-instrumentalist and record producer, primarily a bass guitarist. Dave Pegg_sentence_1

He is the longest-serving member of the British folk rock band Fairport Convention and has been bassist with a number of folk and rock groups including the Ian Campbell Folk Group and Jethro Tull. Dave Pegg_sentence_2

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Early career Dave Pegg_section_1

David Pegg was born on 2 November 1947, at Acocks Green, Birmingham, England. Dave Pegg_sentence_3

He began to learn guitar when 14 or 15, inspired by The Shadows, and played in a school band at Yardley Grammar School. Dave Pegg_sentence_4

After leaving school he worked as an insurance clerk for about a year while playing in a part-time bands the Crawdaddys and The Roy Everett Blues Band, who supported several performers from the Birmingham beat scene of the time, including the Spencer Davis Group and The Moody Blues. Dave Pegg_sentence_5

In 1966 he auditioned for The Uglys, featuring Steve Gibbons and was beaten to the position by friend and guitarist Roger Hill, but was offered the job of bass guitarist and switched instruments. Dave Pegg_sentence_6

The Uglys cut one single before Pegg and Hill left to form a blues trio, The Exception, with singer Alan Eastwood. Dave Pegg_sentence_7

At this period he played with Robert Plant and in his next band, The Way of Life, the drummer was John Bonham, later both went to form Led Zeppelin. Dave Pegg_sentence_8

In 1967 he joined the Ian Campbell Folk Group, where he switched to stand-up bass, learnt to play the mandolin and acquired his affection for folk music. Dave Pegg_sentence_9

It was also where he came to the attention of local folk guitarist Ralph McTell and former Campbell Group and future Fairport Convention member Dave Swarbrick. Dave Pegg_sentence_10

By early 1969 he had moved back to electric bass with The Beast, with Cozy Powell and Dave Clempson, before the latter left for Colosseum. Dave Pegg_sentence_11

Soon after this he joined the Birmingham band Dave Peace Quartet, and played bass on their electric blues album "Good Morning Mr Blues" released on SAGA FID 2155. Dave Pegg_sentence_12

One week after seeing Fairport for the first time on his twenty-first birthday he was called by Swarbrick to audition for the band after the departure of Ashley Hutchings, who was soon to found Steeleye Span. Dave Pegg_sentence_13

Fairport Convention 1969–1979 Dave Pegg_section_2

Pegg joined Fairport Convention towards the end of 1969 and formed a strong playing partnership with drummer Dave Mattacks and good relationships with the other members. Dave Pegg_sentence_14

Although Hutchings had been a solid and melodic bass player, Pegg played with greater virtuosity, complexity and energy. Dave Pegg_sentence_15

Ashley Hutchings credits Pegg with being the musician who began the technique of playing jigs and reels on the bass, rather than just a supportive bass line, which was subsequently adopted by most British folk rock and even folk punk bassists. Dave Pegg_sentence_16

All this was obvious on the 1970 tour of Britain and America (including support for Jethro Tull), recordings from which surfaced on the Live at the L.A. Troubadour album (1977). Dave Pegg_sentence_17

His first album with the group, Full House (1970), showed more technically accomplished playing from the band, showing Pegg's musical influence on the group. Dave Pegg_sentence_18

On joining the band Pegg had moved his family from Birmingham and into the former pub, the Angel in Hadham, Hertfordshire along with other group members and their families. Dave Pegg_sentence_19

This became the theme for the title track of the next album Angel Delight (1971), for which Pegg received his first writing credit. Dave Pegg_sentence_20

On the next album Babbacombe Lee, a folk-rock opera masterminded by Swarbrick, he played a much greater role, contributing to seven of the fifteen tracks. Dave Pegg_sentence_21

The next album Rosie contained three of his contributions, including the song Peggy's Pub a statement of a lifelong ambition. Dave Pegg_sentence_22

In 1971 when Simon Nicol and Dave Mattacks left the band, Pegg and Swarbrick were the only remaining members and, as a succession of personnel came (or returned) and left again over the next five years, their partnership kept the band running. Dave Pegg_sentence_23

Some of these performers, like Sandy Denny and her husband Trevor Lucas, were acknowledged songwriters and as a result, although he still made contributions and took part in collaborations, Pegg's song-writing took a back seat to his instrumental and organisational skills. Dave Pegg_sentence_24

After the financial disaster that followed the Rising for the Moon (1975) tour, which prompted Denny, Lucas and Jerry Donahue to quit the band, Pegg became increasingly determined for the group to take control of their finances and direction and took over a larger responsibility. Dave Pegg_sentence_25

Pegg and Swarbrick renewed contact with Nicol in 1975 forming a low key trio, Three Desperate Mortgages, which toured student venues across Britain. Dave Pegg_sentence_26

With only Pegg, Swarbrick and replacement drummer Bruce Rowland left, they persuaded Nicol to rejoin the band during the Gottle O'Geer album sessions. Dave Pegg_sentence_27

The remaining quartet signed up with Vertigo, and produced two albums, The Bonny Bunch of Roses (1977) and Tipplers Tales (1978). Dave Pegg_sentence_28

Although well crafted these albums did not sell well and Vertigo bought them out of their contract. Dave Pegg_sentence_29

With Swarbrick suffering acute hearing problems and with no recording contract the group decided to disband and played a final concert at Cropredy in Oxfordshire on 4 August 1979, close to where Pegg lived. Dave Pegg_sentence_30

While with Fairport, Pegg had played on a variety of albums for other performers. Dave Pegg_sentence_31

Among them were: Nick Drake's Bryter Layter (1970); John Martin's Solid Air (1973) and One World (1977), as well as work for current and ex-Fairporters, including several albums for Dave Swarbrick, on Sandy Denny's Like an Old Fashioned Waltz (1973) and Rendezvous (1977) and Richard Thompson's Pour Down Like Silver (1975). Dave Pegg_sentence_32

He appeared on three Ralph McTell albums, including Streets (1973), and Slide Aside the Screen (1976), which Pegg also produced. Dave Pegg_sentence_33

Woodworm and Jethro Tull 1980–1985 Dave Pegg_section_3

Although Fairport had disbanded they continued to play annual reunions at Cropredy, supplemented by New Year's gigs in minor locations and occasional larger European festivals. Dave Pegg_sentence_34

Because no record label was interested in putting out recordings of the Cropredy concerts, Pegg and his wife Christine established their own label, Woodworm Records. Dave Pegg_sentence_35

They released the final concert as the album Farewell, Farewell (1979) and subsequent recordings were issued as 'official bootlegs'. Dave Pegg_sentence_36

He had already established a small recording studio in his house and with the money from the end of the record deal with Vertigo, he was able to develop this and it was eventually moved to a nearby converted chapel. Dave Pegg_sentence_37

The result was that Pegg had his own recording facility and record label. Dave Pegg_sentence_38

Artists like Steve Ashley began to record albums there from 1979. Dave Pegg_sentence_39

The Peggs established a mailing list of fans of the band, keeping interest in Fairport alive and, particularly Christine, took over the organization of the Cropredy Festival, which grew in size every year to reach about 18,000 attendees by the mid-1980s. Dave Pegg_sentence_40

In 1979 Ian Anderson invited Pegg to stand in for the ailing John Glascock on the Jethro Tull Stormwatch tour. Dave Pegg_sentence_41

After Glascock's death, Pegg was invited to join the band, still one of the biggest in the world, and it provided paid employment for Pegg for the next fifteen years. Dave Pegg_sentence_42

Pegg happened to join at a turning point for Jethro Tull. Dave Pegg_sentence_43

His first recording was intended as a solo album for Anderson, involving only Martin Barre from the band. Dave Pegg_sentence_44

The album, A (1980) was in stark contrast to the medieval and folk music inspired previous work, depending heavily on synthesizers for its sound. Dave Pegg_sentence_45

At this time all the other longstanding members left the band and the recording was put out as a Jethro Tull album. Dave Pegg_sentence_46

Pegg coped with this, and subsequent changes of style. Dave Pegg_sentence_47

The next album, Broadsword and the Beast (1982) had a heavier sound and more medieval theme and Pegg joined the band on stage in pseudo-medieval costume beside a Viking ship. Dave Pegg_sentence_48

In 1983 Pegg recorded his first solo album, The Cocktail Cowboy Goes It Alone (1983). Dave Pegg_sentence_49

After the next Tull album, Under Wraps (1984), Anderson's vocal problems forced him to retire from touring for three years and Pegg had more time to pursue other projects. Dave Pegg_sentence_50

Reforming Fairport 1985–1995 Dave Pegg_section_4

In 1981 Pegg joined Ralph McTell and ex-Fairport members Richard Thompson and Dave Mattacks in the GPs (an abbreviation for the 'Grazed Pontiffs', after a comment by Dave Mattacks following the attempted assassination of the Pope). Dave Pegg_sentence_51

The aim was for a pub band, playing a few originals and blues, rock n' roll, soul and country standards. Dave Pegg_sentence_52

They only gave six performances, including the Fairport reunion festival in 1981 (at Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire), which Woodworm Records released a recording of the performance as Saturday Rolling Around (1991). Dave Pegg_sentence_53

In the 1980s he also appeared on several recordings by other folk artists, including Murray Head and Dick Gaughan, besides those by Fairport and ex-Fairport members Simon Nicol and Richard Thompson. Dave Pegg_sentence_54

In 1985 Pegg, Nicol and Mattacks were also free and the trio decided to make an album of new material for the band to play at the Cropredy Festival, using the Woodworm studio and label. Dave Pegg_sentence_55

The result was Gladys' Leap (1985), which was generally well received in the music and national press, but caused some tension with Swarbrick who refused to play any of the new material at the 1985 Cropredy Festival. Dave Pegg_sentence_56

Nevertheless, the decision to reform the band, without Swarbrick, was taken by the other three remaining members. Dave Pegg_sentence_57

Ric Sanders was invited to join, along with guitarist, composer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist Maartin Allcock. Dave Pegg_sentence_58

Pegg was now in two major bands at the same time. Dave Pegg_sentence_59

The reformed Fairport produced an instrumental album Expletive Delighted (1986), mainly designed to showcase the virtuosity of Sanders and Allcock. Dave Pegg_sentence_60

In 1987 Jethro Tull produced their first album for three years, Crest of a Knave, to which Pegg contributed and this was to be followed by an American tour, on which Anderson invited Fairport to support Jethro Tull. Dave Pegg_sentence_61

Needing an album to promote, Pegg negotiated financial support from Island Records and Fairport put together In Real Time (1987). Dave Pegg_sentence_62

This was presented as a live album, but was actually a studio recording (albeit with all the songs recorded "as live" with all the musicians playing at the same time) with dubbed audience reactions. Dave Pegg_sentence_63

Although the tour was musically rewarding, it was unproductive financially and Pegg, being in both bands, left the stage with one band to return after a few minutes with the other, and the process was inevitably exhausting. Dave Pegg_sentence_64

Pegg played on three more Jethro Tull studio albums: Rock Island (1989), Catfish Rising (1991) and Roots to Branches (1995). Dave Pegg_sentence_65

In the same period he contributed to three studio albums by Fairport Convention: Red and Gold (1989) the Five Seasons (1990) and Jewel in the Crown (1995). Dave Pegg_sentence_66

Fairport's popularity and the scale of their tours were growing throughout this period and the strain of undertaking two jobs, plus his other commitments, was becoming too much and he decided to leave Tull and focus on Fairport. Dave Pegg_sentence_67

Focusing on Fairport 1995–present Dave Pegg_section_5

Part of the result of this change was a higher output of albums for Fairport Convention, with five studio albums from the acoustic Old New Borrowed Blue (1996) to Over the Next Hill (2004), beside four live albums and compilations. Dave Pegg_sentence_68

Pegg also released his second solo album Birthday Party (1998), which combined recordings from a celebratory concert for his fiftieth birthday at Dudley Town Hall with studio recordings. Dave Pegg_sentence_69

In 1998, Pegg formed The Dylan Project, a Bob Dylan tribute band with Simon Nicol, PJ Wright, Steve Gibbons, and Gerry Conway. Dave Pegg_sentence_70

In 2006, Nicol was replaced by Birmingham keyboard player Phil Bond. Dave Pegg_sentence_71

They tour annually in the autumn and have produced two studio albums and a live album recorded at Cropredy Festival. Dave Pegg_sentence_72

In 2004 Pegg and his wife Christine divorced. Dave Pegg_sentence_73

The Woodworm studio was sold, and a new record label, Matty Grooves was established for the band and the group as a whole now organises the Cropredy Festival, now called Fairport's Cropredy Convention. Dave Pegg_sentence_74

Pegg also formed Peggy & PJ, a duo with guitarist PJ Wright, who had been lead guitar with the Steve Gibbons Band, touring smaller venues and producing an album Galileo's Apology in 2007, a collection of pop and folk-rock songs and instrumentals. Dave Pegg_sentence_75

Pegg also had a second 'birthday bash' at Birmingham Town Hall, released as Dave Pegg's 60th Birthday Bash (2008). Dave Pegg_sentence_76

In 2007 a retrospective of Pegg's career was launched. Dave Pegg_sentence_77

A Box of Pegg's contained four CDs, summarizing his work with Fairport Convention, Crawdaddy, Richard Thompson, Mike Heron, Steve Ashley, Jethro Tull, The Ian Campbell Folk Group and others. Dave Pegg_sentence_78

From 2010 to 2013 he appeared in France with the Breton band Red Cardell. Dave Pegg_sentence_79

Pegg lives in Banbury, Oxfordshire. Dave Pegg_sentence_80

He has a daughter, Stephanie, who works as a PR consultant: his son, Matt Pegg, is a bassist who has played with Procol Harum and Francis Dunnery. Dave Pegg_sentence_81

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In 2002 Dave Pegg shared with other Fairport Convention members a 'Lifetime Achievement Award' at the 2002 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. Dave Pegg_sentence_82

Discography Dave Pegg_section_7

For Fairport Convention albums see Fairport Convention discography For Jethro Tull albums see Jethro Tull discography Dave Pegg_sentence_83

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  • Good Morning Mr Blues (SAGA Records FID 2155, 1969)Dave Pegg_item_3_4

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  • Folk in Worship (BBC Records, 1969)Dave Pegg_item_5_5

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  • The Great Australian Legend (Topic, 1971)Dave Pegg_item_9_10
  • Old Bush Songs (1995)Dave Pegg_item_9_11

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  • Rains / Reins of Changes (B&C, 1971)Dave Pegg_item_13_13

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  • Faces and Places (Decca Nova, 1970)Dave Pegg_item_17_15
  • Writer of Songs (Cube, 1971)Dave Pegg_item_17_16

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  • Living Game (MCA, 1971)Dave Pegg_item_19_17

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  • Solid Air (Island, 1973)Dave Pegg_item_21_18
  • One World (Island, 1977)Dave Pegg_item_21_19
  • Little Sweet Mysteries: the Island Anthology (Island, 1995)Dave Pegg_item_21_20

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  • Chris Darrow (United Artists, 1973)Dave Pegg_item_23_21

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  • Krysia (RCA, 1974)Dave Pegg_item_29_28

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  • Stroll On (Gull, 1974)Dave Pegg_item_31_29
  • Steve Ashley's Family Album (Woodworm, 1983)Dave Pegg_item_31_30
  • Mysterious Ways (Lighthouse, 1990)Dave Pegg_item_31_31
  • Test of Time (Topic, 1998)Dave Pegg_item_31_32
  • Stroll On Revisited (Market Square, 1999)Dave Pegg_item_31_33
  • Everyday Lives (Topic, 2001)Dave Pegg_item_31_34
  • Acoustic Folk Box (Topic, 2002)Dave Pegg_item_31_35
  • Speedy Return (Market Square, 2003)Dave Pegg_item_31_36
  • Live in Concert (Dusk Fire, 2006)Dave Pegg_item_31_37
  • Time and Tide (Topic, 2007)Dave Pegg_item_31_38

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  • Streets... (Warner Brothers, 1973)Dave Pegg_item_35_42
  • Right Side Up (Warner Brothers, 1976)Dave Pegg_item_35_43
  • Slide Away the Screen (Warner Brothers, 1977)Dave Pegg_item_35_44
  • Streets of London (Warner Brothers, 1981)Dave Pegg_item_35_45
  • From Claire to Here: the songs of Ralph McTell (Red House, 1996)Dave Pegg_item_35_46
  • Red Sky (Leola, 2000)Dave Pegg_item_35_47

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  • Swarbrick (Transatlantic, 1976)Dave Pegg_item_37_48
  • Swarbrick II (Transatlantic, 1977)Dave Pegg_item_37_49
  • The Ceilidh Album (Sonet, 1978)Dave Pegg_item_37_50
  • Lift the Lid and Listen (Sonet, 1978)Dave Pegg_item_37_51
  • Smiddyburn (Logo, 1981)Dave Pegg_item_37_52
  • Flittin (Spendthrift, 1983)Dave Pegg_item_37_53
  • The English Fiddler: Swarbrick plays Swarbrick (Naxos World, 2002)Dave Pegg_item_37_54

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  • (guitar, vocal) (Island, 1976)Dave Pegg_item_39_55
  • Hand of Kindness (Hannibal, 1983)Dave Pegg_item_39_56
  • Watching The Dark: The History of Richard Thompson (Hannibal, 1993)Dave Pegg_item_39_57

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  • The Time is Right (Polydor 1976)Dave Pegg_item_41_58
  • Lake Songs from Red Waters-The Best of Gay & Terry Woods (2004)Dave Pegg_item_41_59

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  • Julie Covington (Fame, 1978)Dave Pegg_item_45_61

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  • It's Just a Lifetime (A&M, 1978)Dave Pegg_item_47_62

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  • A Different Kind of Love Song (Celtic, 1983)Dave Pegg_item_51_64
  • Dick Gaughan Prentice Piece (Green Trax, 2002)Dave Pegg_item_51_65

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  • Before Your Time (Woodworm, 1987)Dave Pegg_item_53_66

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  • Circle Dance—The Hokey Pokey Charity Compilation (Hokey Pokey ConeD, 1990)Dave Pegg_item_55_67
  • Footsteps to Fame, vol 2 (Repertoire, 1991)Dave Pegg_item_55_68
  • Best of British Folk Rock (Park, 1997)Dave Pegg_item_55_69
  • House on Fire vol 2, an Urban Folk Collection (Red House, 1997)Dave Pegg_item_55_70
  • Blues Britannia (Bridge, 2000)Dave Pegg_item_55_71
  • Acoustic folk box (Topic, 2002)Dave Pegg_item_55_72
  • Acoustic vol 2 (Topic, 2002)Dave Pegg_item_55_73
  • Master Craftsmen (Terra Nova, 2002)Dave Pegg_item_55_74
  • Along the Pilgrim Way (Pickwick, 2003)Dave Pegg_item_55_75
  • Best of British Folk (Prism Leisure, 2003)Dave Pegg_item_55_76

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  • Saturday Rolling Around live from Broughton Castle (Woodworm, 1991)Dave Pegg_item_57_77

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  • Weave The Mirror (Woodworm, 1991)Dave Pegg_item_59_78

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  • The Rhythm is Mine (Hannibal, 1990)Dave Pegg_item_61_79
  • Another Train (Hypertension, 2000)Dave Pegg_item_61_80

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  • Dreams Fly Away: A History of Linda Thompson (Hannibal, 1996)Dave Pegg_item_63_81
  • Fashionably Late (Topic, 2002)Dave Pegg_item_63_82

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  • All Under the Sun (Flying Fish, 1996)Dave Pegg_item_65_83

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  • The Dylan Project (Woodworm, 1998)Dave Pegg_item_71_86
  • The Dylan Project...Live at Cropredy Festival (Woodworm, 1999)Dave Pegg_item_71_87
  • The Dylan Project 2 (Matty Grooves 2005)Dave Pegg_item_71_88

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  • Excalibur: La Legende des Celtes (Sbme, 1999)Dave Pegg_item_73_89
  • Excalibur: Concert Mythique (Epic, 2000)Dave Pegg_item_73_90
  • Excalibur II: The Celtic Ring (EMI, 2007)Dave Pegg_item_73_91

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  • Happy Ever After (Tara, 1999)Dave Pegg_item_75_92

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  • Telecasting recast (Pharaoh, 1999)Dave Pegg_item_77_93

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  • This Other Eden (The Folk Corporation, 1999)Dave Pegg_item_79_94
  • Recognised (The Folk Corporation, 2002)Dave Pegg_item_79_95

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  • Dreams Never Leave You (Woodworm, 2000)Dave Pegg_item_81_96

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  • Within Sound (Fledg'ling, 2002)Dave Pegg_item_83_97

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  • Going Where the Music Takes Me (Shakedown, 2004)Dave Pegg_item_87_99

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  • Paper Girl (RowdyMusic, 2004)Dave Pegg_item_89_100

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  • Reaching Back: the Life & Music of Steve Tilston (Free Reed, 2007)Dave Pegg_item_93_102

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  • Still Waters (Talking Elephant, 2008)Dave Pegg_item_95_103

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  • Duchess (Warner, 2008)Dave Pegg_item_97_104

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  • Invicta (Inside Motion, due for release 2010)Dave Pegg_item_99_105

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  • Ring Around The Land (Cedarwood Records, 2009)Dave Pegg_item_101_106


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