Thursday, January 01, 2009

V.A. Where Would You Rather Be Tonight?


Sunrise LP A40111M (1986)

A benefit album for the Broadreach House, a rehabilitation centre for drug addicts and alcoholics. None of the tracks on this album appear on any other album. Unfortunately, the venue and date of the performances is not given. (Zierke)

Tracks:
01 - Phil Beer & Mike Oldfield- Passed You By
02 - Steeleye Span- The Weaver and the Factory Maid (live)
03 - Grant Baynham- Y420 Q/A
04 - Arizona Smoke Revue- Same Old Man
05 - Les Barker- When Dracula Went to the Blood Bank
06 - Paul Metsers- Fast Lane Down
07 - Jake Thackray- Tortoise
08 - Jon Benns with Fairport Convention & Wurzel- Quazi Be Good
09 - Allan Taylor- Jimmy's Song
10 - Ashley Hutchings & Friends- The Electric Guitar Is King
11 - Martin Simpson & Jessica Radcliffe- Black Is the Colour
12 - Johnny Coppin- When All Is Said and Done
13 - Shep Woolley- The Nelson Monologue
14 - Mike Silver- Where Would You Rather Be Tonight?
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4 Comments:

Blogger dweller said...

I have two friends who were greatly helped by broadreach house, it does great work!!

07 January, 2009 06:38  
Anonymous Richard Moore said...

Got Mike Silver to play at RAF Locking back in the day...1986. Found one of his CDs in Hamilton, Ontario where I now live, a few months ago. Now work in the same filed as Broadreach House

07 March, 2011 06:20  
Anonymous TheMartian said...

Hi Lizardson

Correction here; the track by Allan Taylor, "Jimmy's Song" is on his now-deleted vinyl album "Lines" from 1988. I have a copy of this vinyl, and well I remember Allan singing this song in the folk clubs of my native Co Durham. Superb charity collection; I'm inclined to send Broadreach House a cheque for some sensible sum for this one.

04 August, 2013 20:05  
Anonymous TheMartian said...

Hi Lizardson

Further to my last comment, about Allan Taylor, it seems that he may still have some copies of Lines available on his website which he found hiding somewhere, for sale. Worth buying, especially for "Rubinstein Remembers".

04 August, 2013 22:59  

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