Friday, January 02, 2009

The Broadside (from Grimsby)

The Moon Shone Bright (Topic) 1973



The Broadside consisted of John Conolly, Bill Meek, Brian Dawson, Mike Lee and Tom Smith who at the time of this album were the organisers of the Grimsby Folk Song Club.

John Conolly is perhaps best known for his songs 'Fiddler's Green' and 'Punch And Judy Man' although he has written many more since then. His currently available CDs can be found at The Chantey Cabin

This album from 1973 consists of traditional songs from Lincolnshire.

Side One:
1. Seventeen Come Sunday
2. Lincolnshire Wedding Song
3. The Bold Grenadier
4. The Gardener And The Ploughman
5. Free And Easy
6. The Outlandish Knight
7. Caistor Fair

Side Two:
1. Dicky Turpin
2. Lisbon
3. The American Stranger
4. Maria Marten
5. The Poacher
6. Creeping Jane
7. The Banks Of Sweet Dundee

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lovely music, Reynardine. Many thanks once more. Garry

02 January, 2009 14:17  
Blogger Paul the Stockman said...

Hey Reynardine!
This is a brilliant album. Many, many thanks.

21 January, 2009 18:39  

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