Robb Johnson, not to be confused with the bluesman Robert Johnson, was born in 1955. He is a political folk singer (although rockier than most), and quite possibly one of the finest songwriters ever to grace us with his presence. Think Bob Dylan if he'd lived through the Thatcher years. According to his songbook, 'Words and Chords' (published in 2000 by Irregular Records), he began learning guitar at 18 because "testosterone kicked in" and he thought it would be a good way to "get to Talk To Girls". Album listing is below; more will be added as I hear of them. Clicking on an album will take you to a track listing; clicking on a track will take you to the lyrics.
All by Irregular Records, except This is the UK Talking, by Rhiannon.

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