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Name:Fokeman
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Fokeman
14 hours ago
Roy Guest With Steve Benbow And His Folk Four

A1: Tom Dooley
A2: Foggy Mountain Top
B1: Sinner Man
B2: Santy Anna
Includes the mandolin playing of Jimmie MacGregor as a member of Steve Benbow's Folk Four.

Fokeman
22nd Feb 2015
Ola

A: What A Way To Die
B: That's Why I Cry
I'm afraid Davie Gordon, that I really can't agree with you, but I was asking for a higher level confirmation of exactly what the "Arranger" field is meant to mean. As far as I understand it is the person who "arranges" the song not someone who arranges the orchestration or the brass or even a banjo part. As far as I am concerned, any information like this belongs in notes (and in any case rarely appears). BUT the "SONG ARRANGER" frequently does appear on records and as such I take the arranger field to be for this purpose and NOT for whoever wrote the orchestral backing for part or all of the song. I await confirmation that what I am saying is correct or definitively incorrect.


"Fokeman, the arranger field is meant to be used for, in general, the person who writes the instrumental parts..."

Fokeman
21st Feb 2015
Charles Upton

A1: Nothing Else To Do
A2: Silbury Hill
A3: Sweet Rose In June
B1: Silent Sky
B2: Brave Old Oak
with credit to Redpunk, clean B side uploaded now...

Fokeman
21st Feb 2015
Charles Upton

A1: Nothing Else To Do
A2: Silbury Hill
A3: Sweet Rose In June
B1: Silent Sky
B2: Brave Old Oak
My copy also came with a label flyer which talked about Allan Smethurst - The Singing Postman, The Broadland Singers, & Charles Upton himself.

Fokeman
21st Feb 2015
Peggy Seeger

A1: I Never Will Mary
A2: Devilish Mary
A3: The Fair Maid By The Shore
A4: Georgia Buck
B1: Cumberland Gap
B2: The Lady Of Carlisle
B3: The Deer Song
Came with lyrics in French on a sheet.


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Marty Dolan

A: Bernadette Devlin (The Girl From Tyrone)
B: We're On Our Way To Victory
Outlet IrelandOUT-02619697"0 
The Broadland Singers

The Broadland Singers

A1: Yarmouth Fair
A2: Turtle Dove
B1: I Love My Love
B2: Bobby Shaftoe
Ralph Tuck Promotions Ltd. UKBS/41966EP0 
Ron Odgers

A: Kirk River Woman
B: Daylight Bloody Saving
Kookaburra Recordings AustraliaPRK 91/75Dec 19917"0 
John Broomhall

A: Bird Song
B: My Spirit Country
Kookaburra Recordings AustraliaPRK 91/73Dec 1991Promo Only 7"0 
Bob Brown [Australia]

A: Living In Australia
B: Recycled Love
Kookaburra Recordings AustraliaPR-K91/18Mar 1991Promo Only 7"0 


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ArtistTrackFokeman's Rating
The CarsMy Best Friend's Girl10
Graham GouldmanSunburn10
Third WorldNow That We've Found Love10
Elvis Costello And The AttractionsI Wanna Be Loved10
Elvis Costello And The AttractionsMan Out Of Time10
Elvis Costello And The AttractionsYou Little Fool10
Elvis Costello And The AttractionsAccidents Will Happen10
Alan StivellPop-Plinn10
Alan StivellIan Morrisson Reel10
MotörheadCity Kids10


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