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The Enid - Fand (Live at Claret Hall Farm, UK, 1984)

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Uploaded on Apr 27, 2008

Formed In 1974 by ex-Barclay James Harvest Keyboard player Robert John Godfrey, The Enid were dubbed by Radio One, 'The Biggest Cult Band In Europe.' RJG met his co-founder members, Stephen Stewart and Francis Lickerish at Finchden Manor, an experimental school for gifted yet problematic students. From the outset The Enid were destined to be very different fusing RJD's classical training with an eclectic appreciation of pop music and rock & roll. After the release of two albums for the EMI associated BUK records they were voted by Sounds readers 'The Band Most Likely To Succeed.' The Enid were promptly signed to major label PYE for an unprecedented sum. Unfortunately PYE was on the verge of collapse and the band suffered dearly in the wake of the fall. As if to prove their resilience The Enid continued to write music and tour until RJG ill health meant the latter had to come to an end.

Claret Home Farm was a camping weekend for members of the Enid fan club -- The Stand. Held at the band's home, which served a base for The Stand and housed the Enid's studio, the weekend and performances were essentially a party to show appreciation for the fans' loyalty over the years.

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