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uk folkies

SueH 26 May 99 - 12:28 PM
Graham Pirt 26 May 99 - 06:42 PM
Cat a Tonic (inactive) 26 May 99 - 08:15 PM
The_one_and_only_Dai 27 May 99 - 03:31 AM
Ian Stephenson 27 May 99 - 05:16 AM
The Shambles 27 May 99 - 10:58 AM
Richard Bridge 27 May 99 - 03:04 PM
Ian 02 Jun 99 - 08:47 AM
The_one_and_only_Dai 02 Jun 99 - 08:53 AM
The Shambles 02 Jun 99 - 02:26 PM
Melodeon 02 Jun 99 - 06:00 PM
peterp 03 Jun 99 - 07:30 PM
The_one_and_only_Dai 04 Jun 99 - 04:06 AM
Liz C. 06 Jun 99 - 03:07 PM
06 Jun 99 - 05:17 PM
Emmie 14 Jun 99 - 02:16 PM
danl 15 Jun 99 - 06:54 AM
The_one_and_only_Dai 15 Jun 99 - 07:45 AM
Steve Parkes 15 Jun 99 - 08:00 AM
danl 15 Jun 99 - 01:48 PM
The Shambles 15 Jun 99 - 01:48 PM
The Ale Bagman 15 Jun 99 - 08:37 PM
The Ale Bagman 15 Jun 99 - 08:40 PM
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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: SueH
Date: 26 May 99 - 12:28 PM

There's obviously something on Kevin's site that I've missed, Ian! I just checked it in case he had turned it into a porn site over the last week or so, but no, it appears to be just the same - how odd!

Sue


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: Graham Pirt
Date: 26 May 99 - 06:42 PM

To the one and only Dai - Sam and I will be at the Skipton club shortly doing a guest spot there. See you?


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: Cat a Tonic (inactive)
Date: 26 May 99 - 08:15 PM

Hi Katlaughing et al, Since I'm very new on Mudcat, I sure hope I'm not coming across as an advertiser for hubby's gigs. Thought just that since I can't go to the UK, someone else might say hi in person to my significant other, and that would be like me being there (junior mudcatter). If you are interested in the itinerary, and I appreciate you suggesting I post it (Katlaughing), I will be very happy to send it thru email to whoever requests. That way, hopefully I won't step on anybody's paws. p.s. I love cats by the way and have 3!!!


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: The_one_and_only_Dai
Date: 27 May 99 - 03:31 AM

Graham P: I wish I could, but I'm stuck in the distant south. Maybe you'll travel down here one day...


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: Ian Stephenson
Date: 27 May 99 - 05:16 AM

Hello
Shambles ->I'll be at chippenam festival all weekend. I'm the guitarist in a young band called "6 pack" -a smaller version of the pack, and we'll be playing a gig with Nancy Kerr and James Fagan on Monday -I think in the afternoon. Might see you there!
Cheers,
Ian


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: The Shambles
Date: 27 May 99 - 10:58 AM

Ian

I will be in the session at the Borough Arms or the Old Road Tavern. They are usually pretty good. Look for a hairy banjo/bouzouki player (strikingly handsome, for his age and modest too). I'll try and catch you playing. It will be nice to try and get together.


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 27 May 99 - 03:04 PM

Hazlitt Folk, the Style and Winch, Union Street Maidstone Kent every Monday


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: Ian
Date: 02 Jun 99 - 08:47 AM

I'm surprised nobody admits to doing any dancing. Aren't there any morris dancers left?

Ian


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: The_one_and_only_Dai
Date: 02 Jun 99 - 08:53 AM

I know some, but typically they're too p*ssed to stand up, let alone look at the mudcat...


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: The Shambles
Date: 02 Jun 99 - 02:26 PM

IAN.

Have you recovered yet?


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: Melodeon
Date: 02 Jun 99 - 06:00 PM

I live in Gloucester which has no Folk Clubs but there are some great sessions arond. I will be at Sidmouth - wouldn't miss it.

I am in a Ceildh Band called Grand Union (nothing to do with the flag for you non UK folkies). You can find us on:- http://www.netservs.com/grand_union/

Melodeon


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: peterp
Date: 03 Jun 99 - 07:30 PM

many thanks everybody, for Dai, Banoffi are based in Whitby and play at the Tap and Spile folk club


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: The_one_and_only_Dai
Date: 04 Jun 99 - 04:06 AM

...and a very talented bunch (?) they are too. I bought the CD at our own folk club, Dave Moss and another guy came down (not Banoffi). Any knowledge/prospect of a Dave Moss mad-bazuki-and-mandolin-type-release?


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: Liz C.
Date: 06 Jun 99 - 03:07 PM

Dai,

I first heard of Dave Moss when he supported Jon Harvison a couple of years ago, which prompted me to go and see Banoffi - they were superb. The mailing list address given with their cd from 1997 is:

banoffi
bainley bank cottage
fryup street
Whitby
N. yorks
YO21 2AS

The form they provide to add yourself to the list has a space for your e-mail address so I assume they've an e-mail list too. I heard a rumour that there's another cd out or due out, not sure how true that is.

Liz


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
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Date: 06 Jun 99 - 05:17 PM

O.K If it's confession time (see Ian 2/6), then my name is Mike Cahill and I'm a Morris Dancer. There, they say that confession is good for the soul and I feel a lot better now I'm, "out". It started by accident I was in a pub and somehow got dragged into it (Press Ganged, more like). Been doing it 26 years now, it's ruined my life, never did get to be chief Exec. of ICI, or M.P. for Castleford. I might have been, you know!! But once they found out about my "habit" then they backed off and selected others over me. I'm not bitter, and now I'm too set in my ways to change. I take things a day at a time. I,ve not danced at all today yet. Just 2 hours and the day will be over. If you see a bunch of old men with Royal Blue velvet Knee Britches calling themselves the Wrigley Head North West Morris Men, Have pitty and buy us beer, were too old, week willed and addle brained to change. The beer will help us to forget the pain of the knackered knees, broken wind and the memory of how life used to be before we became slaves to this vile addiction. (You can see us at Middlewhich F.F. and Saddleworth Rushcart)8-)


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: Emmie
Date: 14 Jun 99 - 02:16 PM

Hurray for the UK folkies, this thread was passed on to me by the incredibly helpful shambles. I live in Clapham in London which I have a love hate relationship with.I have to get out whenever I can for some space and trees, but I like the hustle and bustle as well!


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: danl
Date: 15 Jun 99 - 06:54 AM

welcome to this odd thread! it seems to be comprised of several different conversations all at once!

just to double back on an old one (apoloagies to everyone else)

Dai - of course ive heard of you! sorry about that. last time you were around though i was only a mere chit of a girl following my big brothers around. everyone sends their regards. Major Bob says you were so good looking you made everyone else feel ugly.

love ivy b*

ps i think that i said id be able to meet any mudcatters at the cambridge folk festerval. well it seems i have a bit of a funds problem so might not be able to make it. never mind, i might win the lottery before then perhaps.


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: The_one_and_only_Dai
Date: 15 Jun 99 - 07:45 AM

'ere, Ivy - you're not (yet) another Leighton are you?


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: Steve Parkes
Date: 15 Jun 99 - 08:00 AM

Is Major Bob well-known for his irony?


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: danl
Date: 15 Jun 99 - 01:48 PM

yes of course! (yet another Leighton, what can you mean by that. theres only 6 Leighton children. my other 4 siblings are either Ewans or Smallmans.) i suppose the bit about my big brothers gave it away a bit really didnt it.

we are Leighton, we are one, all will be assimilated....


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: The Shambles
Date: 15 Jun 99 - 01:48 PM

You mean they put you in irons too??

Can I join, it sounds more fun now.


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: The Ale Bagman
Date: 15 Jun 99 - 08:37 PM

Dear Melodeon,

thanx for the brilliant time you gave me and the other 169 at Stroud Ale. Your ever smiling Ale Bagman.

Cheers.

Ale Bagman


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Subject: RE: uk folkies
From: The Ale Bagman
Date: 15 Jun 99 - 08:40 PM

Dear Melodeon,

thanx for the brilliant time you gave me and the other 169 at Stroud Ale. Your ever smiling Ale Bagman.

Cheers.

Ale Bagman


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