Telephone Bill And The Smooth Operators / The Boys Of The Lough / Maddy Prior / Loudon Wainwright III - 1979 Cambridge Folk Festival mp3 album
Boys of the Lough is a Scottish-Irish folk band. They did their first tour in 1967, and their first album, self-titled, was released in 1973. Current line-up: Kevin Henderson - fiddle Cathal McConnell - flute, whistle, vocals Brendan Begley - button accordion, melodeon, vocals Gary O'Briain - guitar, piano, mandocello. Sites: boysofthelough. Membres: Aly Bain, Brendan Begley, Cathal McConnell, Christy O'Leary, Dave Richardson, Dick Gaughan, Garry Ó Briain, Kevin Henderson (3), Robin Morton, Tich Richardson. Variations: Tout voir The Boys Of The Lough.
Loudon Snowden Wainwright III (born September 5, 1946) is an American songwriter, folk singer, humorist, and actor. He is the father of musicians Rufus Wainwright, Martha Wainwright, and Lucy Wainwright Roche; brother of Sloan Wainwright; and former husband of the late folksinger Kate McGarrigle. He resides on Long Island, NY. To date, Wainwright has released 26 studio albums
Telephone Bill & the Smooth Operators You Got To Believe - Mr Sandman. 03. Sade - Smooth Operator. In 2001 they re-formed to play at that year's Cambridge Folk Festival and meanwhile, also played gigs and released one album as "Nick Barraclough and the Burglars" (alias the "Burglars of Barcelona") Discography. Pretty Slick, Huh? Swamp Records WAM 679, 1979 album details. Lounge Music Smooth Records DIAL 100, 1980 album details. Manhattan Roll Dingle's Records DID 713, 1982 album details.
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Singer: Telephone Bill And The Smooth Operators Title: 1979 Cambridge Folk Festival Label: BBC Transcription Services – CN 3480/S, BBC Transcription Services – 146153-S, 146154-S Type: 2 x Vinyl, LP, Transcription Country: UK Date of released: 24 Mar 1980 Category: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country Style: Folk. Telephone Bill And The Smooth Operators - 1979 Cambridge Folk Festival MP3 version. D1. –Loudon Wainwright III. B-Side. D2. Vampire Blues. D3. Swimming Song, Pretty Little Martha, Dump The Dog And Feed The Garbage. D4. Unrequieted To The Nth Degree. D5. Golfing Blues. D6. Rufus Is A Tit Man. 3:25.
Listen to music from Telephone Bill & the Smooth Operators like Silhouettes, Wildest Dreams & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Telephone Bill & the Smooth Operators. Essentially folk and bluegrass oreintated, 'The Bill' also included virtuoso fiddle, mandolin player Gerry Hale, Anne Baker, songwriter Chris Cox, and (at various times) Robb Appleton, Andy Metcalfe, Tony Shepherd and Richard Lee. Top Tracks.
Loudon Wainwright was one of the many folk performers branded "the new Dylan" in the late '60s. His confessional brand of folk originally captured ears for his honesty and wry sense of humor, and in 1972 he managed to crack the pop charts with his novelty hit "Dead Skunk. Never one to shy away from attention or a chance to speak his mind, Wainwright has attracted a major cult following due to his charismatic onstage persona.
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|A1||–Telephone Bill And The Smooth Operators||Deep River Blues||3:53|
|A2||–Telephone Bill And The Smooth Operators||The Florida Line||3:27|
|A3||–Telephone Bill And The Smooth Operators||One Of These Days||3:15|
|A4||–Telephone Bill And The Smooth Operators||Michael, Thank You For The Roses||3:02|
|A5||–Telephone Bill And The Smooth Operators||My Walking Shoes||3:39|
|A6||–Telephone Bill And The Smooth Operators||Pinball Wizard
Written By – Pete Townshend
|B1||–The Boys Of The Lough||The Lark' March||2:31|
|B2||–The Boys Of The Lough||Roll Her In The Rye Grass / People's Reel / Peggy McGrath||2:27|
|B3||–The Boys Of The Lough||Lament For Limerick||3:29|
|B4||–The Boys Of The Lough||Mister Dunn||2:09|
|B5||–The Boys Of The Lough||The Gravel Walk||2:40|
|B6||–The Boys Of The Lough||Wild Rose Of The Mountains / Kitchen Girl / Full-rigged Ship / Lord McDonald's Reel||5:00|
|B7||–The Boys Of The Lough||Round The Horn / Annilese||3:00|
|C3||–Maddy Prior||The Sovereign Prince||6:47|
|C4||–Maddy Prior||Baggy Pants||2:20|
|C5||–Maddy Prior||Pity The Poor Night Porter||3:49|
|C6||–Maddy Prior||Keep Left Love||3:12|
|D1||–Loudon Wainwright III||B-Side||2:29|
|D2||–Loudon Wainwright III||Vampire Blues||2:48|
|D3||–Loudon Wainwright III||Swimming Song / Pretty Little Martha / Dump The Dog And Feed The Garbage||6:18|
|D4||–Loudon Wainwright III||Unrequieted To The Nth Degree||3:32|
|D5||–Loudon Wainwright III||Golfing Blues||2:53|
|D6||–Loudon Wainwright III||Rufus Is A Tit Man||3:25|
|D7||–Loudon Wainwright III||Dead Skunk||1:42|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BBC
- Copyright (c) – BBC
- Recorded At – Cambridge Folk Festival
- Hosted By – Andy Finney
NotesRecorded Live At the 15th. Cambridge Folk Festival, UK 1979-July-28 + 29
Side 1: Telephone Bill And The Smooth Operators (26:10 min.)
Side 2: The Boys Of The Lough (28:55 min.)
Side 3: Maddy Prior (28:58 min.)
Side 4: Loudon Wainwright III (28:23 min)
With accompanying cue sheets.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): 146153-S
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): 146154-S
- Matrix / Runout (Side 3): 146155-S
- Matrix / Runout (Side 4): 146156-S