Monday, July 23, 2007

Tony Rose ::: Poor fellows (England, 1982) > 192 kbps VBR





01. The Yarmouth tragedy

02. The bonny light horseman
03. Clerk saunders
04. Down where the drunkards roll (Richard Thompson)
05. The three bells
06. The recruiting sergeant
07. Boots of Spanish leather (Bob Dylan)
08. Us poor fellows (Peter Bellamy)
09. Tom the barber
10. The dark eyed sailor
11. Bampton fair

Tony Rose : guitar, English concertina, vocals
Ian Blake : bass, synth, bass clarinet, recorders
Mark Emerson : fiddle
Alison and Martin Bloomer, Sean O'Shea and Barry Lister : harmony vocals


1982 • Dingle DIN324
Vynil rip, covers included



6 comments:

danny said...

Jointly posted with Celtic circle

Member of the influential band Bandoggs with Nic Jones and Pete and Chris Coe, he curt some solo albums.
Maybe this one, named after a Peter Bellamy’s song from The transports, is his better

Poor fellows

Higginsweorx said...

I love this album. Lovely tunes with a great acoustic atmosphere and sad and funny stories from a time when you could safely chase away a recruiting sergeant and "diddle" someone's "pow"...aah. Those were the days. :D

Now, where's my gin?.

Private Beach said...

Maybe I'm dumb, but I can't find the link to this one.

CrimsonKing said...

Look for the album name link in the danny comment :)

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately the links are now dead. Any chance of a re-up? Thanks.

CrimsonKing said...

NEW LINK:
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Poor fellows


Password: folkyourself.blogspot.com
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