Fuzz to Folk: Trax of My Life
In Fuzz to Folk Ian Green chronicles his life so far; from Nation Service call-up to regular Army Service, to 30 years as a policeman and finally to founder of Greentrax, Scotland's leading traditional music label. Green has played a significant role in the resurgence and vitality of traditional and folk music in Scotland. His inspirational autobiography includes details of his involvement in the careers of Brian McNeill, Dick Gaughan, the McCalmans, Eric Bogle and many others. With Green's unique insight, Fuzz to Folk is an authority on the Scottish folk scene, and a fascinating glimpse into the life of the policeman on the street.
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chapter two Teens to Manhood
chapter three Korea
chapter four Homeward Bound
chapter six The Copshop Specialisation
chapter seven The Copshop Promotion
chapter nine The Early Greentrax Years
chapter ten The Greentrax Years Family Events
chapter twelve The Greentrax Years 15th and 20th
chapter thirteen The Greentrax Years The wwi Project
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