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Tune Req: Ring of Iron (Graham Miles)

22 Sep 08 - 04:06 PM (#2447563)
Subject: Ring of Iron .[G Miles]
From: Good Soldier Schweik

Is the tune the same for the chorus and the verse?
If it isnt can someone provide the chord structure for the verse,as I cant find any recordings,thanks.


22 Sep 08 - 05:10 PM (#2447614)
Subject: RE: Ring of Iron .
From: nutty

It's recorded here Dick ,,,,, you could probably have picked up a copy on Teesside

Ring of Iron


23 Sep 08 - 06:17 AM (#2447954)
Subject: RE: Ring of Iron .
From: plastic cod'ead

yeah Dick its the same
enjoyed yer set at the welly by the way
sean


23 Sep 08 - 07:25 AM (#2447995)
Subject: RE: Ring of Iron .
From: Good Soldier Schweik

thanks, Sean


19 Mar 15 - 12:47 AM (#3695193)
Subject: RE: Tune Req: Ring of Iron (Graham Miles)
From: Joe Offer

Here's a recording of "Ring of Iron" by a group called Anvil:I got an e-mail request from somebody looking for a copy of the first Teesside Fettlers recording of "Ring of Iron" and "20 Pound Dog." At one time, a Mudcatter named Carol offered to make a cassette of the two songs for anyone who asked, but my attempts to contact Carol were unsuccessful. Or is "Anvil" the Teesside Fettlers?
-Joe-


19 Mar 15 - 05:34 PM (#3695344)
Subject: RE: Tune Req: Ring of Iron (Graham Miles)
From: GUEST,#

His name is Graeme Miles in the event misspelling is hindering anyone's search.

Joe, that IS the Teesside Fettlers.
    Hi, # - I left the incorrect spelling to help people who don's know how to spell Graeme's name. There are plenty of other threads with his name spelled correctly, and they're all cross-indexed up top. -Joe-


19 Mar 15 - 07:58 PM (#3695367)
Subject: RE: Tune Req: Ring of Iron (Graham Miles)
From: Herga Kitty

Hi Joe - I've PM'd you about Carol...

Kitty


20 Mar 15 - 01:03 PM (#3695540)
Subject: RE: Tune Req: Ring of Iron (Graham Miles)
From: Joe Offer

Thanks to you, Kitty, I got in touch with Carol - but she no longer has the recordings of the two cuts.

#, if those are the Teesside Fettlers in the video (which I believe), why are they introduced as a local group called "Anvil"? Is that some kind of British joke that's beyond my American sense of humo(u)r?

-Joe-


20 Mar 15 - 01:18 PM (#3695543)
Subject: RE: Tune Req: Ring of Iron (Graham Miles)
From: GUEST,#

"A 1985 video of the Teesside Fettlers crossing the Middlesbrough Transporter on board a 1920's charabanc."

Joe, when I open your link that comes up. I don't understand the Anvil reference either.