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Ashley Hutchings - An Hour with Cecil Sharp and Ashley Hutchings (1986)

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Verenigd Koninkrijk
Folk / Rock
Label: Dambuster

  1. Among the New Mown Hay Cylinder Recording, Possibly of Alfred Edghill, Chew Magna, Somerset, by Cecil Sharp
  2. Sharp Arrives and Observes Starlings
  3. Among the New Mown Hay Sung and Played by Martin Carthy

    met Martin Carthy

  4. Hutchings Introduces Sharp
  5. Bushes and Briars Cylinder Recording of Mrs. Humphries, Ingrave, Essex by Ralph Vaughan Williams
  6. Sharp Avoids Being Killed by a Gypsy
  7. Banks of the Nile Cylinder Recording
  8. Sharp Illustrates the Evolution of a Folk Song on a Bicycle Wheel
  9. Sharp Opens His Case and Relates Its Contents
  10. Martin Carthy, Richard Thompson and Dave Whetstone Play a Jig, Learnt from the Cylinder Recordings, on Three Guitars

    met Martin Carthy, Richard Thompson en Dave Whetstone

  11. Hutchings Reveals a Catalogue of Sharp's Illnesses
  12. The Cylinder Recording of the Previous Jig, Whistled by as Good a Whistler as Ever Cocked a Lip
  13. Sharp Finds His Lunch and Holds Forth on Vegetarianism, Politics, Collecting Folk Songs and the Acceptance of Popularisation
  14. More Cylinder Whistling
  15. Sharp Extols the Virtues of Bicycle Travel and Meets a Bird-starver
  16. Hutchings Offers an Opinion on Moulding Music to Suit Its Audience's Taste
  17. Rambling Sailor Performed by Martin Carthy

    met Martin Carthy

  18. Sharp Muses on John Short and the Sea
  19. Rambling Sailor Cylinder Recording, Possibly of Mrs. Verrall, Horsham, Sussex by Ralph Vaughan Williams
  20. Richard Digance and British Telecom Decide That Sharp Has Slept Enough
  21. Sharp Continues Where He Left Off, Then Moves on to Pipe-smoking Idiosyncrasies in the Appalachians. He Decides to Smoke His Pipe. His Lungs Object. Instead He Turns to Morris Dancing.
  22. Black Joke Morris Tune Played by Dave Whetstone on Concertina and Martin Carthy on Guitar. Hutchings on the Disagreement Between Sharp and Mary Neal

    met Dave Whetstone en Martin Carthy

  23. Cylinder Recording by Sharp of Herefordshire Fiddler John Lock Playing a Hornpipe
  24. Sharp Believes That Fiddlers Are a Strange Breed and Illustrates Why. He Also Paints a Picture of the Running Set on a Moonlit Pine Mountain
  25. All My Chickens Have Gone Crows an Authentic American String-band
  26. Sharp Relates More Adventures in the Appalachians
  27. Part of George Butterworth's Idyll for Orchestra, the Banks of Green Willow. Sharp, the Delighted Botanist, Gives Way to Sharp, the Sad Loser of Three Dead Colleagues
  28. Turtle Dove Sung by Martin Carthy Accompanied by Himself and Richard Thompson on Guitars

    met Martin Carthy en Richard Thompson

  29. Sharp Laments the Passing of Old-fashioned Songs and Kindly Manners
  30. Turtle Dove Cylinder Recording of Mr. Pendfold, Landlord of the Plough Inn, Rusper, Sussex, by Ralph Vaughan Williams
  31. Instrumental Version of Turtle Dove Played on Guitars by Martin Carthy, Richard Thompson and Dave Whetstone

    met Martin Carthy, Richard Thompson en Dave Whetstone

  32. Hutchings Sums Up and Gets Himself Off the Hook
  33. A Rousing Instrumental Among the New Mown Hay to Finish from Dave Whetstone, One Row Melodeon, and Martin Carthy and Richard Thompson, Guitars

    met Dave Whetstone, Martin Carthy en Richard Thompson

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