Thursday, November 29, 2007

by gonzo #10

A.L. Lloyd, Frankie Armstrong, Anne Briggs
"Bird In The Bush" 1966





















gonzo said...
I am often prompted by requests to "Do a restore" please so the choice of album is not in any special order, it might seem so, often doing one artists work leads to doing an associated album where that artist appears on that album, its purely random I assure you.
There is also no date ordering or Topic reference used to select an order, so this selection, again is purely on a whim that it might be a good idea to delve back a little into the previous decade, hence Bird in the Bush a collection of erotic folk songs from 1966. I guess at that time the World was awash with rock-n-Roll, the Beatles, the Stones etc, so this album probably got no recognition at the time, today it is still a classic.

I'm taking a short rest from the endless research, the scanning, the ripping, and hours of editing, to persue my other love.. (No Not you Gladys) but a bit of Jazz.

Side 1
01. The Two Magicians (A.L. Lloyd)
02. The Old Man From Over the Sea (Frankie Armstrong)
03. The Wanton Seed (A.L. Lloyd)
04. Gathering Rushes in the Month of May (Anne Briggs)
05. The Bonny Black Hare (A.L. Lloyd)
06. The Whirly Whorl (Anne Briggs)
07. Pretty Polly (A.L. Lloyd)

Side 2
08. The Old Bachelor (A.L. Lloyd)
09. The Stonecutter Boy (Anne Briggs)
10. The Mower (A.L. Lloyd)
11. The Bird in the Bush (Frankie Armstrong)
12. The Pegging Awl (A.L. Lloyd)
13. Martinmas Time (Anne Briggs)
14. The Widow of Westmoreland's Daughter (A.L. Lloyd)

A.L. Lloyd, Frankie Armstrong, Anne Briggs, vocals;
Dave Swarbrick, violin [1, 5, 8, 14];
Alf Edwards, concertina [8, 12, 14]

15 Comments:

Blogger folk said...

nice post, but why rest? Isn't this your calling? "Don't stop thinkin' about tomorrow as well as today"---Fleetwood Mac

30 November, 2007 01:07  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the wonderful music, and the hard work behind it!!

-- andy --

30 November, 2007 03:16  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Never heard of this one, looks divine however, many thanks!

30 November, 2007 04:21  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for your great posts! I am very happy with this one in pariculae as i really enjoy A.L. Lloyd.
I hope you do continue after you break!
Rich

30 November, 2007 04:29  
Blogger Bernie Stocks said...

This takes me back.....

30 November, 2007 04:57  
Anonymous Bernie said...

Thanks for this hard to find gem. Really appreciate all your past work. Keep posting.
Bernie

30 November, 2007 12:15  
Blogger Wing said...

Wow. Just a lot of thanks. I've wished for this for a long time. It gives me a strange sense of completion...

02 December, 2007 09:54  
Anonymous The Irate Pirate said...

I just discovered your blog a couple weeks ago. First of all, let me say thank you so much for the work you've put into it. A whole world opened up for me when I heard The Acoustic Folk Box a few months ago, and your site has been the perfect thing to allow me to delve deeper into british & celtic folk (most of which is quite hard to come by in the US). I think I'll start a blog soon to share the wonderful forgotten and undiscovered music that I know. IMO, you have the best music blog on the internet, along with Grown So Ugly. Thanks again.

08 December, 2007 01:19  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Lizardson
Your blog is great! I found some records I once had in vinyl and thought were lost forever...
Graphically, your blog design is very attractive and the music excelent. Many Thanks!
I would like to make a little request before leaving: "The Tale of Ale: The Story of Englishmen and its Beer". I once had it in a k7 and could never found it again.
Best Wishes from Lisbon, Portugal

Marley

09 February, 2008 00:25  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for this!

23 April, 2009 00:24  
Anonymous Gonzo said...

Bird in the Bush

http://rapidshare.com/files/72977410/BITB.rar

28 September, 2009 20:22  
Blogger Godard said...

Hi Gonzo - there appears to be a problem with your link. RS says its been manipulated and therefore invalid.

21 March, 2010 02:53  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I had the same problem as Godard. Can anyone help with a re-upload or something, I would really like to hear this one.

06 May, 2010 20:58  
Blogger Lizardson said...

http://time-will-tell-you.blogspot.com/2010/05/al-lloyd-frankie-armstrong-anne-briggs.html

06 May, 2010 22:20  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks! I love this blog!

12 May, 2010 21:08  

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