Monday, October 22, 2007

The Yetties

"Dorset is Beautiful" 1972

The excellent Argo production mixes with the group's immersion in the songs of their native Dorset to produce an album that is, indeed, beautiful, as well as informative. Those who only know tunes such as "Brigg Fair" from their interpretations by Frederick Delius, among others, may find the renditions here enlightening, and one can tell they were also having fun, especially with the finish on the opening medley. And it may be near-essential for anyone who loves Thomas Hardy's books, including Tess of the D'ubervilles and Far From the Madding Crowd.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Many thanks .Wonderful music.It
makes me happy.
my favorit is the nutting girl.

23 October, 2007 00:58  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paul si sinorina, there is the song Landlord Fill The Flowing Bowl, it is possible I listen from BBC World in 1972 ,when I was 17 teen. And I was able to recorded. Mg.Tip B 43 stereo. There was my first song. I have one still in orig.speeker from radio BBC. Program named CONTRY STILE. I remember he told ...lovely evening out with Yetties version...This song I saw in film by Melvil. And text I found in UK Library BRNO in CZECH REPUBLIC in 1975. That is all, thank you 13.3.08

13 March, 2008 19:02  

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