Brenda Wootton - Boy Jan ... Cornishman mp3 album
Brenda Wootton, John the Fish - VRC 1A. Pipers' Folk was privately produced, and the first album recorded after Brenda took over running the folk club. The recording engineer, Charles Horrell, from the Video Recording Company in Worcestershire, brought all his equipment down and recorded mostly in the club, although 4 tracks were recorded in the Newlyn Meadery. The sleeve art was created by Brenda's brother Peter Ellery, and the Piper logo - used ever after at the club - by Brenda. 3. Pasties & Cream LP. Brenda Wootton & John the Fish
Cornishman from Brenda Wootton (1980) (LP). The image is a scan of the item which is for sale.
from the 1980 Burlington Records album "Boy Jan. organist: Nicolas Matthews recorded at: Weslyan Chapel, Chapel Street, Penzance. The legend of Matthew Trewella, who sang in the little church at Zennor, and the mermaid who charmed him away to live with her beneath the sea and so become immortal.
Brenda Wootton, Louis Robinson, Chris Newman and Henry Davis perform in 1978. One of her songs was in French: "Ma Chere Cornouailles" (My Dear Cornwall), a poignant lament from an exiled Cornishman far from home and longing to see his native fields again. I heard it at a live performance she made at a local folk club. I was soon to take a group of my students to Brittany, and this song seemed to be a great choice to teach the students and to perform while we were there.
The legend is the subject of the 1980 song "Mermaid" by Cornish folk singer Brenda Wootton. In 2014 indie band The Hit Parade released their album Cornish Pop Songs featuring the song "Zennor Mermaid. In a curious twist, the local arts writer who interviewed Hit Parade founder Julian Henry for The Cornishman was named "Lee Trewhela.
Brenda Wootton (née Ellery) (1928–1994) wis a Cornish poetess an fowk sangster an wis seen as an ambassador for Cornish tradeetion an cultur in aw the Celtic naitions an as far as Australie an Canadae. She began her muisical career as a young schuilgirl, singin in veelage haws throuoot the remote commonties o wast Cornwall. Wootton became acteeve on the fowk scene in the early 60s, helpin tae keep the Cornish fowk sang tradeetion alive for mony years.
Brenda Wootton, my mother, was a well-known and much-loved Cornish singer who took her joy of singing and love of Cornwall around the world in the 1970s and 80s - I've started with a book of her poems and a postcard, but look out for some rare copies of her vinyl albums, posters etc, which will be appearing soon, for aficionados. Gallimaufry is my brand new opus on collective nouns - those endearing little phrases of which people seem so keen to compile lists - and I am no exception
Profile: Cornish poetess and folk singer (1928–1994). Brenda Wootton, John The Fish and Cornish Folk - Pasties And Cream (Album).
Album · 1995 · 19 Songs. Try it free Cornishman. La Grande Cornouaillaise. Zero ads. Try it now.
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- Music By, Lyrics By – Michael Sagar-Fenton (tracks: A4, ), Mike Silver (tracks: B3), Richard Gendall (tracks: A1 to A3, A6 to B2, B4 to B6), Spencer Williams (tracks: A5)