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Best CD name ever

Phil Edwards 23 Nov 08 - 02:34 PM
GUEST 23 Nov 08 - 01:34 PM
VirginiaTam 23 Nov 08 - 01:34 PM
Folkiedave 23 Nov 08 - 01:30 PM
Will Fly 23 Nov 08 - 06:54 AM
GUEST,Gerry 23 Nov 08 - 06:52 AM
Jim Carroll 23 Nov 08 - 06:25 AM
Will Fly 23 Nov 08 - 05:49 AM
van lingle 23 Nov 08 - 05:44 AM
van lingle 23 Nov 08 - 05:42 AM
Cluin 23 Nov 08 - 04:42 AM
Sandra in Sydney 23 Nov 08 - 04:16 AM
Roger the Skiffler 23 Nov 08 - 03:18 AM
Anglo 23 Nov 08 - 02:43 AM
Anglo 23 Nov 08 - 02:42 AM
GUEST,Ralphie 23 Nov 08 - 02:38 AM
Ebbie 23 Nov 08 - 12:47 AM
Zhenya 23 Nov 08 - 12:25 AM
Sandra in Sydney 22 Nov 08 - 11:28 PM
GUEST,Charles J. Fish 22 Nov 08 - 11:13 PM
Celtaddict 22 Nov 08 - 10:35 PM
Beer 22 Nov 08 - 08:23 PM
Geordie-Peorgie 22 Nov 08 - 08:22 PM
Arkie 22 Nov 08 - 07:55 PM
GUEST,Gerry 22 Nov 08 - 07:40 PM
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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Phil Edwards
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 02:34 PM

Clive John, "You always know where you stand with a buzzard"

From the same period, I always liked the title "Some days you eat the bear, some days the bear eats you", although I don't know the album itself.


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: GUEST
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 01:34 PM

Roy Harper; "Come out Fighting, Ghengis Smith"


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: VirginiaTam
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 01:34 PM

"Incessant scratching, picking and squeezing..."

perfection


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Folkiedave
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 01:30 PM

Peggy Seeger and Irene Pyper-Scott as a duo known as "No Spring Chickens" and their record "Not Commercially Viable".


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Will Fly
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 06:54 AM

In which case, The life and transfiguration of Blind Joe Death (John Fahey) springs instantly to mind.


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: GUEST,Gerry
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 06:52 AM

By the way, I did try to change the Subject from "Best CD name ever" to "Best album name ever," it just didn't work. Vinyl suggestions are welcome.


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Jim Carroll
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 06:25 AM

Veteran concertina player, Kitty Hayes' and uillean piper Peter Laban's 'They'll Be Good Yet' taken from an overheard remark by box player Jackie Daly who said it after a magnificent set by the duo at our local session.
Jim Carroll


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Will Fly
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 05:49 AM

Richard Durrant & Nick Lynn's album (recently re-released) "Incessant scratching, picking and squeezing..."


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: van lingle
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 05:44 AM

...that was vinyl.

Danu's "Think Before You Think"


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: van lingle
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 05:42 AM

Art's "Outright Bold-faced Lies" on Kicking Mule.


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Cluin
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 04:42 AM

One Clinton Hammond, Pat Stewart, and I had planned, but never got around to recording: Last Call, Me Arse!.


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Sandra in Sydney
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 04:16 AM

Unsolicited advert!

Roaring Forties "Life of Brine" via paypal for those who want a copy!

sandra (friend & fan of the Forties)


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 03:18 AM

I've always liked a skiffle record entitled "Songs about trains, women, alcohol and death".
Just about sums up the repertoire!

RtS


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Anglo
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 02:43 AM

(I do like Life of Brine, though, especially since I'm a shanty singer).


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Anglo
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 02:42 AM

I vote for Art Thieme.


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: GUEST,Ralphie
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 02:38 AM

The Chieftains Harpists eponymous waxing...
Derek Bell plays with himself.


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Ebbie
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 12:47 AM

The other night at music a band title popped into my head: 'Flailin' and Thrashin'.

Think they'll sell?


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Zhenya
Date: 23 Nov 08 - 12:25 AM

A few I like:

"Traditional Music of the Future" by No Strings Attached.

"The Rest is Yet to Come" by the Double Decker Stringband

and of course:

"Old Hag, You Have Killed Me" by The Bothy Band


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Sandra in Sydney
Date: 22 Nov 08 - 11:28 PM

Art Thieme's "The Older I get, the Better I Was"


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: GUEST,Charles J. Fish
Date: 22 Nov 08 - 11:13 PM

I've always been fond of Captain Beefheart's "Trout Mask Replica," just because it's so weird. Props go also to Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, and David Frieberg's "Baron Von Tollbooth and the Chrome Nun."


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Celtaddict
Date: 22 Nov 08 - 10:35 PM

When Adam McNaughtan took two albums he made in the early 70s, 'Words, Words, Words' and 'The Glasgow I Used to Know' and made them into one CD, decades later, he titled it "The Words I Used to Know."


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Beer
Date: 22 Nov 08 - 08:23 PM

Not Folk I guess but I always liked Eric Burton Declares War and Johnny Rivers Realization. When it comes to Folk Music, there are to many to mention.
Beer (adrien)


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Geordie-Peorgie
Date: 22 Nov 08 - 08:22 PM

Not a CD but Muckram Wakes had an album caalled

"Warbles, Jangles & Reeds"


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Subject: RE: Best CD name ever
From: Arkie
Date: 22 Nov 08 - 07:55 PM

Won't go so far as to claim best ever, but it did get my attention: New World Records "Don't Give the Name a Bad Place".


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Subject: Best album name ever
From: GUEST,Gerry
Date: 22 Nov 08 - 07:40 PM

Australian group The Roaring Forties have a CD of sea shanties and forebitters called Life Of Brine. My candidate for best album name ever.


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