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Hagman Origins: Peter Bellamy & Fairport Convention (12) RE: Origins: Peter Bellamy & Fairport Convention 06 Jan 19

Recording details of the session:

Fairport Convention
1970-08-22 _ Little Hadham, East Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire, England _ Fete _

01-[00:23]. -- introduction --
02-[04:08]. Walk Awhile
03-[03:46]. Staines Morris
04-[03:57]. Dirty Linen
05-[02:26]. Now Be Thankful
06-[04:24]. Banks Of The Sweet Primroses
07-[04:05]. Lark In The Morning
08-[12:37]. Sloth
09-[02:43]. Wipe Out
10-[05:52]. King Henry VII & The Shipwrights (with Peter Bellamy on vocals)
11-[04:37]. Blues In The Bottle
12-[04:53]. Nadine (with Ashley Hutchings)
13-[03:33]. High School Confidential
14-[02:56]. Mr. Lacey
15-[03:37]. Meet On The Ledge (with Ian Matthews)
16-[06:17]. ...C.C. Rider
17-[03:12]. Sir Patrick Spens
18-[02:23]. Bridge Over The River Ash

Total Time ::: 1:15:49

"The Peter Bellamy song is "King Henry VII and the Shipwrights". Recorded by him for his album "Oak, Ash & Thorn". The words are by Rudyard Kipling, the tune is traditional comes from the song "The Gallant Frigate Amphitrite". As such it was also recorded by Peter Bellamy on "Both Sides Then", acc. by Dave Swarbrick.

Line-up ::: Dave Swarbrick fiddle, mandolin, vocals // Richard Thompson electric guitar, vocals // Simon Nicol electric & acoustic guitars, vocals // Dave Pegg electric bass guitar, mandolin, vocals // Dave Mattacks drums, percussion.

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