Sunday, December 21, 2008

by Reynardine

Ok then, I can't sleep so here are two more from my collection.

Bob and Carole Pegg with Sydney Carter
And Now It Is So Early: The Songs of Sydney Carter (1972)

13 songs from the Quaker songwriter and poet Sydney Carter performed by himself and Bob and Carole Pegg of Mr Fox. This album was recorded at about the same time as Bob and Carole's 'He Came From The Mountains' which includes Sydney Carter's most famous song 'Lord of the Dance'.


Nigel Denver - Rebellion! (1967)

Songs of rebellion(!) from the Scottish singer in glorious mono. Featured musicians are Martin Carthy (guitar), Dave Swarbrick (fiddle, mandolin) and Felix Doran (pipes)


password = reynardine (as if you haven't already guessed)

Cheers Reynardine



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh my God, you did it Reynardine - you posted the missing Bob and Carole Pegg album! Now that's what I call a Christmas present. Thanks! :-))))

21 December, 2008 21:01  
Blogger Alan said...

Brilliant... I wish I had a collection of the old folk albums you have... green with envy. All mine went the way of all flesh with my Ex a while ago. I suspect most went into the garbage as she didn't appreciate them one bit.

So thanks very much for your offerings.

21 December, 2008 23:51  
Blogger reynardine said...

I knew someone would appreciate that one. I may get time to upload a couple more things before christmas. For the new year (still to rip and clean) Alistair Anderson - Corby Crag. Some of the Leader records (as opposed to Trailer) including Da Forty Fiddlers from the Shetlands.

22 December, 2008 00:47  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

May I just post a shout out for the wonderful Nigel Denver album. Never heard him before but I really like this one a lot. Many thanks R for this one and all the recent great stuff. What a treat.

22 December, 2008 09:10  
Blogger GeoX, who is here to stay, like it or not. said...

Oh man--I've been lusting after the Bob & Carole Pegg Sydney Carter album forever. Seriously--it was probably my most-wanted folk album. Thank you very much indeed.

22 December, 2008 10:34  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh man that Nigel Denver album was great. Thanks so much for keeping this music alive.

Do you have any out of print A.L. Lloyd or Ewan MacColl? Because that would be really really great.

22 December, 2008 12:24  
Blogger CB said...

Can anyone point me at a link to He came from the Mountains? I have been seeking it for ages...

22 December, 2008 23:06  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

right on! great post thanks for the bob pegg!!!

23 December, 2008 08:30  
Blogger Private Beach said...

A few days ago I was in Tower Records in Shibuya, Tokyo, which has a better folk section than most British record shops (and certainly better than any in Hong Kong, where I live). I found a Japanese CD reissue of the Pegg/Carter album, which I never even knew existed, and of course bought it (together with other albums by Trees and the wonderful Malvina Reynolds).

When I get back home, I find your site featuring both this album and a story about the dog Hachiko, whose statue stands outside Shibuya station. Quite a coincidence.

Chris: you an find He Came From The Mountains at - I don't know who posted it, but can help you find many albums on Rapidshare.

27 December, 2008 20:00  
Blogger Lizardson said...

"He Came From The Mountains"

also posted @ THTM:

27 December, 2008 20:50  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How can I extract the files, or when do I need to give the password? I can download the .rar file, but get errors when I try to extract (using UnRarX on a Mac). Thanks.

29 September, 2009 00:50  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unbelievable! You posted the Bob and carollanne Peg - album i searched for.

02 April, 2010 22:16  
Blogger Jon Trott said...

Thank you very much for the Sydney Carter LP. I have another which focuses mostly on his sacred songs, so it is nice to round out the oeuvre w/ this one.

19 May, 2011 06:29  
Blogger Jon Trott said...

Thank you for the Sydney Carter LP. I deeply appreciate his sacred songs with their seeker content, and this LP offers his "secular" side (whatever "secular" means when it comes to art!?). Again, thanks.

19 May, 2011 06:32  

Post a Comment

<< Home

2006 - - - - - - 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2008 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2009 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2010 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2011 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2015 - - - - - 5 6