Sunday, October 22, 2006

Robin Williamson

Hymns & Haws (1963-64)
with Owen Hand & Cive Palmer





















This is bootleg copy.
I have no informations about this recordings. Please let me know if you have any info.

Palmer and Williamson first came together during the British folk revival of the early '60s. In 1963, several tracks from their performance at the Edinburgh Folk Festival were featured on a multi-artist compilation issued by Decca. ~part from All Music Guide

Tracks:
01. The Mole Catcher (Robin & Owen)
02. The Holy Ground (Robin & Owen)
03. The Boys Of Wexford (Robin & Owen)
04. East Colorado (Robin & Owen)
05. Johnny Cope (Robin & Clive)
06. Johnny Lad (Robin & Clive)
07. The Working Chap (Robin & Clive)
08. Do You Think I'm A Liar (Robin & Clive)
09. Jazz Bo's Holiday (Robin & Clive)

DL


Wolfgang:
The last track is from the '63 folk festival and was on a compilation Lp. Tracks 1-4 are from the St Andrews Folk Club Oct. 63, tracks 5-8 from the same club from Nov 64.

Thanks again, Wolfgang!!

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The last track is from the '63 folk festival and was on a compilation Lp. Tracks 1-4 are from the St Andrews Folk Club Oct. 63, tracks 5-8 from the same club from Nov 64.
Wolfgang

22 October, 2006 03:31  
Anonymous jose ignacio said...

Wolfgang is right.
believe me; he´s a great stringhead.
jose ignacio

22 October, 2006 07:07  
Anonymous weetam said...

I was the one who put this together including the cover - the title Hymms & Haws comes from Robins " Scotland Yet "- " it was a Scotland for young williamson to learn his hims & haws which now and thankfully he learns to forget " from the 10 of songs album

08 December, 2006 05:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi, the link to this is dead, any chance of a repost ?

thanx...

22 April, 2008 00:41  

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