|Tony Suttor - festival performer 1974|
The album suffers from all the usual problems with folk festival recordings back in the sixties and seventies - limited recording facilities and editing facilities. It appears that the vinyl did not have all that many problems itself. I only had to do minimal editing of the rip but the overall sound quality is very ordinary in parts. One very annoying feature was that there was a lot of applause included on the album after each number and it was not only "canned applause" but it was the same for each performance and on "fade" it sounded like a gurgling drain. I have severely reduced the amount of applause just to keep within the "live" performance spirit.
There are some good performances on this album despite the recording and production problems and some songs and talented performers that we have not heard elsewhere.
I do not have any graphics for the album so I have included a far more modern photo of Tony Suttor who was one of the performers on the day.
01. Lady Chatterly's Lover - Chris Cady
02. Love Song to a Stranger - Fay Davis
03. Hal 'n' Tow - Jolly Rumbylowe
04. Right of the Line - Maureen Cummuskey (great poem/song by the late Dermott Ryder)
05. Rise Up Jock - Tony Suttor & Andy Saunders
06. Rovin' Gambler - Tim Glover
07. Motor Car Song - Peter Mitchell
01. Shake That Thing - Chris Cady
02. Starry Night for a Ramble - Sydney Ducks Push Band
03. Broom of Cowdenknowes - Jolly Rumbylowe
04. Dark Eyed Rovers (Child 200)- Colin Dryden
05. The Tailor and the Mouse - Libby & Micky
06. Calton Weaver - Tom Rummery
07. My Faithful Johnny - Tony Suttor & Andy Saunders
08. Polly Put the Kettle On - Tom, Kate, Jacko & Colin
09. Wild Mountain Thyme - All lead by Tom Rummery
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