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Thread #126291   Message #2805137
Posted By: GUEST,Stuart Reed
06-Jan-10 - 03:11 PM
Thread Name: Attention 'Catters with CD's
Subject: RE: Attention 'Catters with CD's
The Brighton Taverners made three albums in the 70s & 80s. Their repertoire had many local connections and included songs from the nearby Copper family as well as by (then) local songwriters Steve Knightley, Allan Taylor and Miles Wootton.

They have always acknowledged a great debt of gratitude to Paul Downes, Phil Beer and Steve Knightley, without whose help these albums would probably never have seen the light of day and whose musical contributions made all the difference.

These albums have now been remastered to CD-R.
In the unlikely event that anyone would want to clutter up their CD shelf please email me at sr@stureed.co.uk


WRAP IT UP FOR THE LADY (1976)

The Jolly Beggar Man   
Babes In The wood   
Ye Jacobites By Name   
The Travellers Came To Redbridge
D-Day Dodgers
Whisky In The Jar
Please Don't Bury Me
Down By The River
Wrap It Up For The Lady
The Lover's Complaint
Una Paloma Blanca
Goodnight

The Taverners:
    Pete Cartlidge, vocals
    Geoff Goater, bass, vocals
    Stu Reed, guitar, vocals
    Andy Tunmer, guitars, whistle, vocals

Additional Backing:
    Phil Beer, fiddle
    Martyn Bradley, concertina
    Paul Downes, mandolin


SAME OLD FRIENDS   (1978)

I'm Looking Out For Number One (Knightley)                
Jock Stewart                       (Trad)                        
Banks Of The Bann                      (Trad)                        
Same Old Friends                      (Downes / Knightley)        
Spencer The Rover                     (Trad)                        
The Hills Of Shiloh              (Silverstein)                
The Bells Of Rhymney              (Davies / Seeger)        
The Sinking Of The Reuben James (Guthrie)                
Friends                              (Knightley)                
Take Me Back To Eastbourne        (Wootton)                
Down By The Salley Gardens        (Trad)                        
Back Again                              (Taylor)        

Steve Knightley        guitar, vocals
Phil Beer                fiddle, mandolin, vocals
Paul Downes                guitar, mandolin, vocals
John Vickers                banjo, percussion
Ken Byng                pedal steel guitar        


LAZY AFTERNOON   (1979)

Losers can Be Winners        
Rose Of Allandale                
Sit You Down                
The New St George        
Railway Hotel                
George's Bar                
The Price Of Coal                
Lazy Afternoon                
John Blunt / Merrily Kissed The Quaker   
I Could Not Take My Eyes Off Her
Name & Number                
Buddy Can You Spare A Dime?   

        THE TAVERNERS
Geoff Goater    bass, keyboards, vocals
Stuart Reed    guitar, vocals
Andy Tunmer    guitar, accordion, piano, vocals

                  With :
Steve Knightley:        guitars, vocals
Phil Beer:                fiddle, mandolin, vocals
Paul Downes:                guitar, vocals
John Vickers:                banjo
Alleyn Menzies:               drums
Steve Hutt:                bass
Lizzie Tunmer:               keyboards, vocals
Martyn Angell:               cello
Rose Futej:                vocals