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Dave Wood was in Bolton upon Dearn in Yorkshire, started on 6 string but moved to Manchester and played bass in a band, moved to Darlington forming a duo with Mike Campbell singing a mix of covers and original songs in local folk clubs, arts centres, parties colleges - anywhere that would host them. Dave enrolled on a Business Studies course at Teesside Polytechnic in Middlesbrough in 1980, later doing a degree in Humanities and a Teacher training course.While at Teesside Poly Dave served on the Entertainment committee and forming a Multi Media Society with Trev Teasdel and Amelia Ward, with a poetry,music and drama workshops,a mixed media gig and much more. More over he formed the Multi Media Band AKA Euclidean Mushroom Band, playing in Middlesbrough, Sheffield, Stockton etc in between doing course work! Dave also helped form the Teesside Poly Folkclub and became a regular at folk clubs in the area moving towards being a solo singer songwriter. In 1983 he produced his first cassette album Almost One, added Mandolin to his accomplishments, appeared on Radio Cleveland and wrote about love and hate and much more. His influences were wide but loved and played songs by Jim Croche, Simon and Garfunkle, Lindisfarne, Everly Bros, Beatles,James Taylor and later traditional folk songs. Dave's guitar became increasingly accomplished and he began recording tracks for a second album before leaving Middlesbrough in the mid 80's.Dave now lives in Spain and has been playing drums in a band. These are some his songs from his Middlesbrough period in the 80's uploaded by me - Trev Teasdel - for Dave and his friends and anyone who might enjoy this fine blend of songs tried and tested on audiences in the Tees Valley back in the 80's and elsewhere.


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