Brenda Wootton With Robert Bartlett - Starry-Gazey Pie flac album
Title: Starry-Gazey Pie
MP3 album: 1255 mb
FLAC album: 1453 mb
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Genre: Folk / World music
During this festival Stargazy pie (a mixed fish, egg and potato pie with protruding fish heads) is eaten and depending on the year of celebration a lantern procession takes place. When murgy broth had cleared the path Comed lances for a fry And then us had a bit o' scad And starry gazey pie. Next comed fair maids, bra' thrusty jades As made our oozles dry And ling and hake, enough to make A running shark to sigh. As each we'd clunk as health were drunk In bumpers brimming high And when up came Tom Bawcock's name We praised him to the sk. .
Wootton on the cover of her posthumous 2010 album All of Me, recorded live in Paris in 1984. Background information. Tin in the Stream, with Robert Bartlett, Stockfisch (German label), 1974 (voted West Germany's folk album of the year). Starry Gazey Pie, with Robert Bartlett, Sentinel, SENS 1031, 1975. Children Singing, with Richard Gendall, Sentinel, SENS 1036, 1976. Carillon, Transatlantic Records, TRA 360, 1979.
Starry Gazey Pie is the 2004 debut album from the Silver Seas. Its original cover reflected the band's previous name, the Bees (. but unlike their second album, High Society (2006), Starry Gazey Pie wasn't reissued on Cheap Lullaby Records in 2007. com the band's current name replaces the previous one on the MP3 version of the album.
About brenda wootton. Brenda - For the Love of Cornwall. Huge thanks to everyone who contributed to the Crowdfunder campaign to raise the money to print and. can still remember many songs. her lovely voice had such a range. such sweetness, poignancy, strength & humour. I wish I could hear her again & acquire her albums. March 17. Beautiful person, beautiful voice.
BrendaWootton ( née Ellery ) ( 1928 - 1994 ) was a Cornish folksinger and was seen as an ambassador for Cornish tradition and culture. She began her musical career as a young schoolgirl, singing in village halls throughout the remote communities of west Cornwall. Wootton became active on the folk scene in the early 60s and almost single - handedly kept the Cornish folk song tradition alive for many years on the French Barclay label - 1973 ) with Robert Bartlett " Tin In The Stream " ( on the German Stockfisch label, 1974 and voted then West Germany ' s folk album of the year ) with Robert Bartlett " Starry Gazey Pie " ( 1975 ) with Robert Bartlett - Sentinel Label - SENS 1031 " Children Singing " " Boy Jan.
Starry Gazey Pie, with Robert Bartlett, Sentinel, SENS 1031, 1975. Children Singing, Sentinel, SENS 1036. Carillon, Transatlantic, TRA 360, 1979. Brenda Wootton in concert (1980). Cornishman, with David Penhale (voice, guitar & bouzouki) and Richard Gendall (composer), Burlington Records, BURL 005, 1980. The Voice of Cornwall, 1996. Luscombe, S. (ed) (1994), "Pantomime Stew - An Anthology of Poetry, Doggerel and Nonsense by Brenda Wootton", Hayle, Cornwall, Sue Lusombe. Embed code: Advertisements.
|1||The Story Of My Country|
|3||The St. Gennys Foxhunt|
|5||The Trees They Are So High|
|6||Tom Bawcock's Eve|
|7||King Of Prussia|
|9||The Ringers Of Egloshayle|
|10||The Stratton Carol|
|11||An Tour Dantelezet|