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BBC London Folk Song Cellar

29 Oct 10 - 07:13 AM (#3018366)
Subject: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Guest

There are seven hours worth of 'live' recordings on TheBox.bz

Included are:

http://thebox.bz/details.php?id=135280

The Yetties - The Maypole
The Yetties - The Mallard
Isla Cameron - Bobby Shaftoe
Isla Cameron - The Wars of Germany
Roy Guest - Did You Ever See Such a Funny Thing Before?
Roy Guest - Kellyburn Braes
Roy Guest - Captain Kidd (incomplete)

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The Spinners - Maggie May (show intro)
The Spinners - Three Jovial Welshmen
The Spinners - Liza
The Spinners - Hosanna
Robin Hall & Jimmie McGregor - Camp in the Country (incomplete)
Mike Blakeman, Patrick & Rosemary Small - I Will Give My Love an Apple
Mike Blakeman, Patrick & Rosemary Small - Sylvie
Noel Murphy - Courtin' in the Kitchen
Noel Murphy - Whiskey in the Jar
The Spinners - The Docker's Way
The Spinners - Whiskey on a Sunday

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http://thebox.bz/details.php?id=135314

? - Johnny I Hardly Knew Ya (incomplete)
? - Whup Jamboree
Robin Hall - ?
Robin Hall & Jimmie McGregor - Donald Don
The Young Tradition - Chicken on a Raft (incomplete)
The Young Tradition - Blow The Man Down
The Young Tradition - Butter and Cheese and All
The Young Tradition - The Birmingham Man
Joanne Hindley Smith - Farewell To Nova Scotia
Joanne Hindley Smith - She's Like A Swallow
Joanne Hindley Smith - Ballad of the Bluenose
Robin Hall & Jimmie McGregor - Nancy Whiskey
Alex Campbell - The False Bride
Alex Campbell - Mairi's Wedding
Alex Campbell - Bonnie Ship The Diamond
The Young Tradition - Claudie's Banks
The Young Tradition - General Taylor
The Young Tradition - Chicken on a Raft (fades out)
Ian Campbell Folk Group - Twa Recruiting Sergeants
Ian Campbell Folk Group - Johnny Black?
Ian Campbell Folk Group - Blow Boys Blow
Anne Briggs - A Bower in My Breast
Robin Hall & Jimmie McGregor - The Enniskillen Dragoons
Johnny Handle - The Kye Come Hyem
Johnny Handle - Drunken Bella Roy
Johnny Handle - The Trepanner Song
? - Chevy Chase (instrumental)
? - Nancy Till (instrumental)
Anne Briggs - Polly Vaughan
Ian Campbell Folk Group - The Gypsy Rover

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http://thebox.bz/edit.php?id=135315

Dave Swarbrick ? - Way Stormalong John
? - George Washington Bridge
? - Delia's Gone
Gareth Francis Group - ?
Gareth Francis Group - Cosher Bailey's Engine
Gareth Francis Group - Milgi Milgi
Nigel Denver - The Twa Corbies
Nan Fleming-Williams & Denny Smith - Singing The Travels
Robin Hall & Jimmie McGregor - Brian O'Lynn
Shirley Collins - Cambridgeshire May Carol
Shirley Collins - Hardly Think I Will
John Foreman - The Winkle Song
John Foreman - Why Does The Winkle Have To Turn To The Right?
Nan Fleming-Williams & Denny Smith - The Piper's Weird
Nan Fleming-Williams & Denny Smith - The De'il Among The Tailors
Nigel Denver - The Bleacher Lass O' Kelvinhaugh
Gareth Francis Group - Ar Lan y Môr
Gareth Francis Group - Roll Alabama Roll
The Four Folk - The Derby Ram
The Four Folk - The Old Lady All Skin And Bone
The Four Folk - All For Me Grog
Felicity Johnson - When I Was No But Sweet Sixteen (incomplete)

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5till to be indexed ...

http://thebox.bz/details.php?id=135316
http://thebox.bz/details.php?id=135317
http://thebox.bz/details.php?id=135318
http://thebox.bz/details.php?id=135397

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29 Oct 10 - 08:08 AM (#3018402)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: pavane

That looks very interesting. Dated around 1967-1968?


29 Oct 10 - 08:13 AM (#3018404)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

Further references can be found at:

http://www.bl.uk/reshelp/findhelprestype/sound/radio/world/world.html

Quote: "The British folk revival of the 1950s and 60s was documented at its peak in BBC Radio's London Folk Song Cellar (1966-??). Recorded live in the basement of Cecil Sharp House (the HQ of the English Folk Dance and Song Society in London), this key series juxtaposed the mature work of the first generation revivalists (Martin Carthy, Shirley Collins) with that of younger performers such as Sandy Denny during an important period of transition." Unquote.


29 Oct 10 - 08:16 AM (#3018408)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

BBC Radio's London Folk Song Cellar - compered by Scottish folk duo Robin Hall & Jimmie Macgregor * - dates from the mid-1960s. This now largely unknown radio series was produced by the BBC World Service and distributed worldwide on acetate discs by the Transcription Service of the BBC. These latter disks are now long gone - usually junked for lack of storage - but were mainly distributed to overseas broadcasting corporations for late night transmission aimed at British ex-patriots. The series was also transmitted on shortwave. Most of these recordings were RadioRipped direct from the BBC World Service on shortwave (hence the poorish quality). They are over 45 years old. The actual dates of transmission are also long forgotten.

* For Robin Hall & Jimmie Macgregor see:

http://www.theballadeers.com/scots/hm_01.htm

These 30 min. programmes recorded in London emulated the ambience and sounds of the folk clubs of the 1960s that were predominant at the start of the British folk song, music and dance revival of that period. The performers included such pioneering luminaries as the Young Tradition, the Dubliners, Cyril Tawney, Sandy Denny, the High Level Ranters, and a host of others from those times.

The recordings uploaded here were RadioRipped onto reel-reel 1/4" tape and have now been passed onto a collector, before that though they were transcribed onto cassette tape, these were then in turn digitised to MP3. It is thought that it is best to present these latter recordings just as they are (or were) on the cassette tapes. These recordings are quite unique and probably do not exist elsewhere. If anyone wishes to try and reconstruct the original 30 min. programmes then if the original lists of performances can be found in the BBC archives then Audacity could do that.

And if anyone knows where other copies of the BBC London Folk Song Cellar exist please do let us know.

And there was also the inimitable Sandy Denny, see:

http://www.headheritage.co.uk/headtohead/unsung/topic/42592/

Note that from the Sandy Denny reference it appears that the BBC London Folk Song Cellar was superceded by similar programme called 'A Cellar Full of Folk' (BBC World Service) of which there are (currently in 2010) no known extant recordings in the public domain.


29 Oct 10 - 08:20 AM (#3018411)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: mikesamwild

A great resource , takes me back

Thanks !


29 Oct 10 - 06:37 PM (#3018937)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: Little Robyn

We've got some! All of those and maybe more but still on reel to reel tape. Mitch says he must do something about them - one day.
We learnt many of the songs we sang back then from the programmes that were played around midnight on a Saturday night, in 68 and 69.
Paul Metsers was in that flat in Wellington, NZ then too.
Happy days, fond memories and lots of good material that wasn't otherwise available in this part of the world.
That's when I first heard the Northumbrian pipes - played by Colin Ross and Forster Charlton, and it took me 4 years before I managed to find a set for myself. Ray Fisher sang on that programme too - 'The Lum hat wantin' a croon' if I remember correctly. Also Charlie Bate singing the Padstow May song and the Sweet Nightingale.
It's a treasure trove if you can find them.
Robyn


29 Oct 10 - 06:49 PM (#3018946)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: Little Robyn

? - Johnny I Hardly Knew Ya (incomplete)
? - Whup Jamboree

I think both were done by Colin Wilkie and Shirley Hart.

Robyn


29 Oct 10 - 09:18 PM (#3019037)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Alan Whittle

does anyone remember that very tricky guitar solo that Cliff Aungier used to play as the introduction to this programme?

i asked Cliff about it once and he said he used get an extra few bob for playing it.

I wouldn't mind hearing it again.

al


31 Oct 10 - 01:39 PM (#3020094)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Sceptic

Interesting.

Re: Sandy Denny. Two of her sessions for Folk Song Cellar/Cellar Full Of Folk were issued on the Live At The BBC box, but there are two that haven't been found. Could they be among this treasure trove?

1) Rec 7 Nov 1966, broadcast 4 Jan 1967
3:10 To Yuma
The False Bride
The Wild Rover

2) Rec 21 Mar 1967, broadcast 22 April 1967
Milk and Honey
The False Bride


31 Oct 10 - 02:15 PM (#3020124)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

I remember that guitar piece too - but it wasn't on Folk Song Cellar, or Folkweave or Country Meets Folk or Folk on Two.


01 Nov 10 - 02:00 PM (#3020902)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

Re: Sandy Denny. Two of her sessions for Folk Song Cellar/Cellar Full Of Folk were issued on the Live At The BBC box, but there are two that haven't been found. Could they be among this treasure trove?

1) Rec 7 Nov 1966, broadcast 4 Jan 1967
3:10 To Yuma
The False Bride
The Wild Rover

2) Rec 21 Mar 1967, broadcast 22 April 1967
Milk and Honey
The False Bride

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These Sandy Denny performances could well exist on the reel-reel recordings languishing around the World made by Brit. ex-pats, or even the original discs may still exist at the Beeb, british Library Sound Archives, or at e.g. the NZBC Archives. It might be worth emailing such as the NZBC Archives or the Australian equiv., or Canada or South Africa.

If the year for Sandy Denny is 1967 then Folk Song Cellar would appear to be the progs. to look out for.

I wonder if the folks in NZ have them, NZBC was quite prolific at transmitting Brit. progs. I have a number of Ronnie Barker progs., Navy Lark, Men from the Ministry, etc, incl. the Goon Show that I recorded whilst in NZ in the 1970s?

I have uploaded to TheBox.bz all the FSC's that I have access to. But other folks have other recordings I don't. I'm not sure how to proceed with this project. At least one person I know has a large collection of recordings but I haven't yet managed to persuade him/her to let me have any copies.

To make my recordings more available I'm also trying to upload them to MediaFire.com

My next project is Folkweave from the 1970s of which I have about 100 hours worth.

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01 Nov 10 - 02:27 PM (#3020936)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Georgina Boyes

Who is guest?


02 Nov 10 - 02:20 AM (#3021358)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: Little Robyn

Chris. C'mon, own up.
Robyn


02 Nov 10 - 10:22 AM (#3021579)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

Files being uploaded to

http://www.mediafire.com/?c4gw4vwgqzh4h

Not sure what the download restrictions are. I would suggest downloading the *.txt files first. This on-going upload will take about the rest of the week. Keep checking to see what's there. Feedback would be appreciated. Thanks.


02 Nov 10 - 10:57 AM (#3021611)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: SqueezeMe

Good work, Chris. Thanks for making these available.
Should make a good hole in my download quota for the month (grin).
MC


02 Nov 10 - 12:24 PM (#3021690)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

The MP3 files without an accompanying *.txt file are those without a set / performer list. If anyone would like to create said lists of performers these would be gratefully received. Please append lists here. Many thanks.


02 Nov 10 - 12:38 PM (#3021703)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

The CJB files came from my own recordings from the NZBC National Programme (equiv. to the BBC Light Prog.) captured to reel-reel tape at 2.00 am on Mondays in Hawera, Taranaki, NZ. I would then be teaching the next day. Why was teach. so tired every Tuesday morning? Now they know. But homesickness - i.e. being thousands of miles from home (UK) - meant that I'd (we'd) do anything to keep in touch with the Brit. folk scene.

The other recordings 1/2/3/4/5/6/7 are courtesy of Ross McLennan who probably recorded the same programmes for the same reason(s) in Hamilton, NZ. He copied these to cassette and then sent them to me in the UK last year. These have been digitised. Ross's original reel-reel tapes went to 'Little Robyn' and Mitch.

But I believe that Robyn and Mitch (in NZ) also have their own recordings.

There is one other large collection of reel-reel tapes in Christchurch, but ...

Anyway now that I have uploaded my recordings I am sure it would be great if others could also do the same. Of course reel-reel tapes do not last forever - they suffer from tape rot (the adhesive crystallises), they also develop drop outs, and 'print through' can be a serious problem, etc.

These treasure troves need rescuing fast!!!

My next task is 100 hours of Folkweave from the 1970s - apparently all junked by the BBC.


03 Nov 10 - 07:06 PM (#3022962)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

Someone on this thread was asking about Nadia Cattouse.

She is on the file called:

London Folk Song Cellar - 1

Nadia Cattouse          Port Mahon
Nadia Cattouse          Hurricane Hattie
Nadia Cattouse          Can't Cross Over (River Come Down)

This file is now in the public domain.

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So far Sandy Denny has been found as follows:

Sandy Denny        Green Grow the Laurels
Sandy Denny        Fir'a'Bhata

These two recordings are on a privately owned tape and not yet available in the public dmaon.

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03 Nov 10 - 07:16 PM (#3022973)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

I think that fiddley ley piece of guitar playing by Cliff Aungier the intro. was Folk on Friday.

Reference to the only known recording of said prog. but sans Cliff:

http://www.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/~zierke/tony.rose/records/folkonfriday.html


04 Nov 10 - 08:08 AM (#3023277)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

Following Iain (Jethro) Anderson's complaint - all uploads will now be deleted. The tapes will all be dumped TODAY. The BBC didn't want them. Now the folk scene will be denied access to this historic material forever. What a great waste of time. Thanks Mr. Anderson. Have a nice day.


04 Nov 10 - 08:12 AM (#3023282)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: Nigel Paterson

All this makes fascinating reading. As far as I can remember, back in the mid 60s, 'The Halliard' made two recordings for the BBC. One was for 'Cellar full of Folk', which I think was recorded in the old 'Paris Studio' in London, Piccadilly...producer, almost certainly, Frances Line (sp?). The other was a programme called 'Country Meets Folk', which was recorded at Broadcasting House. I seem to recall we shared the programme with John D. Loudermilk. The only song title I can remember from the sessions is: 'The Lancashire Lads' ('Country Meets Folk'). We've always been under the impression that these recordings, along with many others, we're wiped years ago. Could there be copies hiding in the veritable treasure trove being revealed in this thread? Only time will tell....and a LOT of luck!
                                           Kind Regards to All,
                                                                              Nigel Paterson. (mandolin, The Halliard)


04 Nov 10 - 08:30 AM (#3023295)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

Country Meets Folk - of which I have quite a few recordings - was mainly recorded at the Playhouse Theatre near Charing Cross Station. Whilst there may be some in the BBC Archives - these will most likely have been thrown out by the BBC long ago, and any chance surviving copies have to remain in private hands even if they are deemed to be a treasure trove. My own projects with restoring recordings of surviving versions of Folk Song Cellar and Folkweave and Folk on Two and Country Meets Folk have been brought to a grinding halt. And due to the vociferous comments from some self-appointed steward of the folk scene I am now seriously considering junking the whole lot of my thousands of hours of tapes just as the BBC has done.


04 Nov 10 - 09:54 AM (#3023353)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: Waddon Pete

My advice (FWIW)

Dump nothing!

Best wises,

Peter


04 Nov 10 - 10:58 AM (#3023392)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Si Garbutt

What is Ian (Jethro) Anderson's complaint, where and when was it made, and on what grounds? The BBC have in the past been very grateful to dedicated fans of certain programmes who taped them from the radio and later turned out to have the only known recording of certain broadcasts after the Beeb's many ill-advised clearouts of their archives. Don't dump your tapes! Si


04 Nov 10 - 11:35 AM (#3023425)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Iain (Jethro) Anderson

In another forum I merely queried "Does anybody retain copyright on these recordings?" - that is all.


04 Nov 10 - 02:45 PM (#3023574)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: Little Robyn

Programmes from 1964..... the copyright should be due to expire soon anyway.
Hang in there.
Robyn


04 Nov 10 - 05:19 PM (#3023727)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: JohnB

These are an amazing resource, I am listening to the Martin Carthy tapes as I frantically download as much of the others that I can before they dissapear.
From the comment above it sounds as there was not a problem but a question.
Please don't actually DUMP anything in a non-reversible manner.
Thanks for the one's I am getting, JohnB.


05 Nov 10 - 09:25 AM (#3024241)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

John Peel - As I Roved Out (folk archives) - 1999

Now at:

http://www.mediafire.com/?c5055m4wvb8s5


05 Nov 10 - 04:43 PM (#3024572)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: JohnB

Glad to see they are still there, with potentially more to come.
Great work, Keep it up, JohnB.


07 Nov 10 - 08:16 PM (#3026272)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

A few more added.
    Please note that anonymous posting is no longer allowed at Mudcat. Use a consistent name [in the 'from' box] when you post, or your messages risk being deleted.
    Thanks.
    -Joe Offer-


10 Nov 10 - 04:12 AM (#3028139)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,S_Byers

Apparently loads more uploads - incl. Folkweaves from 1977/78.


10 Nov 10 - 03:33 PM (#3028596)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: pavane

I have just a few items on cassette tape somewhere from Folkweave and Folk Song Cellar - will need to get them off the tapes.


10 Nov 10 - 07:31 PM (#3028829)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,S Byers

"I have just a few items on cassette tape somewhere from Folkweave and Folk Song Cellar - will need to get them off the tapes." Please add them to our collection.


10 Nov 10 - 07:40 PM (#3028836)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Chris B.

Someone here also mentioned that they had some original transcription disks of Folk Song Cellar or other ex-Beeb folk progs.


10 Feb 11 - 06:18 PM (#3092788)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

could it be the one at the end of the first side of the 'dungeon folk' compilation lp entitled 'nicolette'? not surprised he got a few extra shillings for this one, probably the most dexterous guitar picking i ever heard!


10 Feb 11 - 06:21 PM (#3092792)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

ps. previous post in response to alan whittle's..
    Please note that anonymous posting is no longer allowed at Mudcat. Use a consistent name [in the 'from' box] when you post, or your messages risk being deleted.
    Thanks.
    -Joe Offer-


04 Oct 11 - 04:22 PM (#3233864)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Margaret

Are the LFSC recordings still available somewhere online (hopehopehope)??? I loved that programme!


03 Mar 13 - 11:51 AM (#3485846)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,JEZ

Hi,
I have a BBC Transcription Disc, CN 408 Folk Song Cellar which is now on Discogs. http://www.discogs.com/release/4344026

Hope to put it up for sale if anyone is interested?


12 Jan 14 - 05:20 PM (#3591457)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,RainerWG

Sorting out my old tapes I came across some recordings of LFSC dating back to 66´/67´. About a dozen or so songs have been transformed to mp3. Quality is rather reasonable given the fact that they were recorded from fm-transmissions by BFBS here in Germany. I´ve got no idea if there are any impeding copyrights on those recordings. However, if anyone is interested in them why not get in touch with me directly.


13 Jun 14 - 07:31 PM (#3632792)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Chris B

London Folk Song Cellar -

Would love copies of said cassettes / tapes please. If you record to MP3 make them 192kbps or greater please.

Chris B.


19 Jun 14 - 05:17 AM (#3634495)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST

Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Sceptic
Date: 31 Oct 10 - 01:39 PM

Interesting.

Re: Sandy Denny. Two of her sessions for Folk Song Cellar/Cellar Full Of Folk were issued on the Live At The BBC box, but there are two that haven't been found. Could they be among this treasure trove?

1) Rec 7 Nov 1966, broadcast 4 Jan 1967
3:10 To Yuma
The False Bride
The Wild Rover

2) Rec 21 Mar 1967, broadcast 22 April 1967
Milk and Honey
The False Bride

====

Possible here:

3:10 To Yuma

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4Qoiteeyco
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHuvX4mE2AU

The False Bride - with Alex Campbell (who was also a frequent guest on the LFSC)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jf7dIATrtNc

Wild Rover - still lost

Milk and Honey

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lU5_S-fjhD0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCUwyh72o04

Not sure if these are the missing LFSC clips though!!


19 Jun 14 - 05:35 AM (#3634499)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: Nigel Paterson

The Halliard (Dave Moran, Nic Jones, Nigel Paterson) recorded at least one session for "Cellar Full of Folk" in the 60s. I can't remember the titles of any of the songs, I'm afraid. Might this/these session(s) still exist? I suspect they were probably wiped years ago.
                                       Nigel Paterson, Mandolin, The Halliard.


19 Jun 14 - 09:52 AM (#3634570)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Chris B

Please does anyone know how we can contact direct one RainerWG? Many thanks - Chris B.

Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,RainerWG
Date: 12 Jan 14 - 05:20 PM

Sorting out my old tapes I came across some recordings of LFSC dating back to 66´/67´. About a dozen or so songs have been transformed to mp3. Quality is rather reasonable given the fact that they were recorded from fm-transmissions by BFBS here in Germany. I´ve got no idea if there are any impeding copyrights on those recordings. However, if anyone is interested in them why not get in touch with me directly.


19 Jun 14 - 10:06 AM (#3634573)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Chris B.

Searched the BL Sound Archives for "Cellar Full of Folk" - it appears that they have nothing. They do have some "Folk Song Cellars" though.

http://cadensa.bl.uk/uhtbin/cgisirsi/x/x/0/49/%20;%20charset=UTF-8


05 Sep 14 - 03:47 PM (#3657500)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Rainer WG

Hi Chris B.,
Sorry for the delay in response, but I haven´t visited mudcat for a while. My E-mail is rainer.herbers@t-online.de if you want to get in touch with me.
Regards Rainer


05 Sep 14 - 04:28 PM (#3657511)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,ChrisB

Wonderful - thank you.

We are mainly missing programmes, but also need programmes:

1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 6 / 7 / 14 / 28 / 33 / 38 / 39

If anyone has any we'd love to borrow the tapes.


13 Sep 17 - 01:47 PM (#3876889)
Subject: RE: BBC London Folk Song Cellar
From: GUEST,Guido trog

Does anybody have these original bbc trnsciption discs from the folk cellar?