I recently brought home an interesting book from the library: "Electric Eden: Unearthing Britain's Visionary Music" by Rob Young. Basically, it's about the bands and musicians who applied rock to British folk music. In the past I have read about Sandy Denny, Fairport Convention, Steeleye Span, The Incredible String Band, and several others, but this is the first time I've taken the trouble to listen to them. Anybody who has listened to Led Zeppelin and especially Jethro Tull has already heard the combination. Really, almost any English rock band from the 60-70's used this vibe from time to time, Beatles and Stones included. But I had never heard this: I had read about Jerry Donahue before, but I thought he was strictly a country player. He plays some gorgeous solos all over this. You can check him out at about 1:20, 2:48, 6:52, 10:30, 15:20, 16:50, but he plays interesting flourishes throughout. A Telecaster clean into a Fender amp! I'm not very far along in the book, I'm checking out bands as I read about them. There was a huge amount of creativity at work among these folks. Shame you never hear any of this stuff on the radio.