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Strawbs (or The Strawbs) are an English rock band founded in 1964.
Although the band started out as a bluegrass group they eventually moved on to other styles such as folk rock, progressive rock, and (briefly) glam rock.
Although they started out in the sixties as a bluegrass band, the band's repertoire shifted to favour their own (mainly Cousins') material.
While in Denmark in 1967, the Strawbs (Cousins, Tony Hooper and Ron Chesterman) with Sandy Denny recorded 13 songs for a proposed first album, All Our Own Work.
Their long-time leader and most active songwriter is guitarist and singer Dave Cousins (guitar, dulcimer, banjo, vocals) (born David Joseph Hindson, 7 January 1945, Hounslow, Middlesex).
In the early days Strawbs played with Sandy Denny (later lead singer of Fairport Convention and Fotheringay).
In a review in Rolling Stone in 1974, Ken Barnes wrote: "Strawbs moved from folkier days to a lush, stately and mellotron-dominated sound, with similarities to Yes, King Crimson and the Moody Blues.
Wakeman stayed with them for one further album, From the Witchwood, then departed to join Yes, remarking to the press that "I'm sure we'll all benefit from the split because we were beginning to compromise a lot on ideas — like we'd use half of my ideas and half of theirs — and I don't think it was helping what was eventually coming out. Complacency set in, and for the last couple of months we just weren't working." He was replaced by Blue Weaver, who had previously been with Amen Corner and Fair Weather.
Between the first and second A&M albums, in 1969, a sampler, Strawberry Music Sampler No. According to the 2001 CD reissue, only 99 copies of the original vinyl LP were pressed up.