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Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010

breezy 15 Jun 10 - 06:00 PM
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Subject: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: breezy
Date: 15 Jun 10 - 06:00 PM

back by popular demand the seasonal

'Folk in Padstow'

Next convention will be on Thursday 17th June in the upstairs room at the Padstow Social club, The Lawns, Padstow

Located behind the fire station/Funeral directors next to the tennis courts/opposite the library by the large top car parks

Doors open 7.45

start 8.15

visiting artistes welcome but get there early before it starts.

Guest ales of the real sort and very reasonable bar prices.

'The Windward' experience!! nonwalkingtalkingmobilephoneringingcrispcrunching etc

Songs from the cutting edge of folk incorporating a Cornish flavour

adm £4 flat rate for all!!! special concessionary price

The room is set away from any outside noise and is capable of holding a goodly number.

Advertising is very local to Padstow and is aimed at those holidaying, locals, and will accommodate accompanied , well behaved siblings !

If you happen to be in the area do pop along.

The Social club management are most supportive and a folk club atmosphere ethos will be promoted

Totally acoustic no mics

This model worked succesfully in previous years though there has been a lapse of 20 years it returns due to popular demand.

Inspired by the memory and encouragement of Mervyn Vincent

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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: Leadfingers
Date: 15 Jun 10 - 06:04 PM

Good Luck breezy ! Shame its so far from home - AND Clashing with Maidenhead !


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: SunrayFC
Date: 16 Jun 10 - 03:43 AM

If I am in the area- will pop by.

http://www.sunrayfolkclub.co.uk/


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: breezy
Date: 18 Jun 10 - 05:40 AM

you would be welcome Bob


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: breezy
Date: 18 Jun 10 - 08:08 AM

Now lets sort out the next night

It is Thursday 24th June same time same place yet more songs

That was a night that was, good turn out by the local women's club


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: SunrayFC
Date: 18 Jun 10 - 10:07 AM

and if we could arrange a floor to sleep on, so much the better.


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: breezy
Date: 18 Jun 10 - 10:59 AM

cant help there at the moment but will enquire when I get there

I'm crashing with mates next week

More chance of a floor in July/Aug as its mine then

Loadsa camping and B B

I used to sleep in my wheels once upon a time.

sgud to talk


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: breezy
Date: 26 Jun 10 - 10:48 AM

Had a reasonable attendance last Thursday of 34

Started at 8, ended at 11.00 and no one departed before the end when the doors were unlocked

The next evening will be Thursday 15th July ,

Thence every Thursday throughout August

So if you are around , look us up.

and its free parking in the council car park at the top of town after 6.00 p.m. adjacent to the Padstow social club , and temp memebership is also available at the cost of £1, and the price at the bar is the cheapest in town, by a long way


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: breezy
Date: 02 Jul 10 - 04:25 AM

Sunday 18th July Harvey Andrews at FOTM


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: Cusco
Date: 15 Jul 10 - 07:25 AM

I went to the original meny years ago. Very interesting mixed audience/singers. One evry passionate Ulsterman is one I remember.

The organiser used to busk around the town, can't remember the name. Is it you Breezy?

Good luck.


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: breezy
Date: 23 Jul 10 - 03:44 PM

Could well have been

Apparently there was a brief refernce/mention of him in last Sunday's edition of The People [on Sunday]

A journalist recounting his visit to Cornwall this month

next night will be Thursday 29th July

terms and conditions apply !!

last night local Cornish Historian Donald Rowe was present, he's nearly, soon to be 80 and was surprised to learn that I own a copy of Cornish Dialect songs that he published.

plus the Padstow Harbour Conmmissioners were represented , one of which, namely the Lifeboat Mechanic, Michael E, possesses all the Stan Rogers albums, so anyone singing from that collection will be judged closely.

Every Thursday til Aug the whatever


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: GUEST,Padstow Mayday
Date: 29 Aug 10 - 04:03 PM

Hi John

I have tried to email you the lyrics of my "Mayday" song that I sang with your guitar on the quay but it keeps bouncing back so I searched for you on google and found this thread. I wrote this about 20 years ago and lyrics are:

Padstow Mayday (rough recording at http://www.davetoye.co.uk/gatwick.htm bottom of page)   



The sun it shone bright on the first day of May
When I heard of some music come drifting my way
The drums and the sounds echoed up through the town
Summer's a coming today all around

REFRAIN
Padstow celebrates it's sacred day
With the blue and the old Oss on the first day of May
If you don't like the music, get out of the way (or be on your way)
For Summer's a coming, a coming today

Down by the harbour, the Peace 'oss comes out
The mayers all greet it, with a hell'ava shout
Straight down the Drang, and in to the Square
Laughing and singing, and meeting friends there
At the London, Commercial, the Customs House too
The Shipwrights, the Lion, they stop for a few
Then it's all back again, to drink some more beer
If you're not in Padstow, you'll wish you were here

Down by the maypole, the young girls do dance
The young men do kiss them, just given the chance
The hypnotic drum beat, gets a grip of your brain
And even the old ones, do feel much the same
When the Old Oss comes out, at the back of the Lion
Down by the quay side, it prances in time
Friends and relations, and those from the past
Are all there on Mayday, and dance to the last


The 'oss it swirls round at a hell'ava lick
And is tamed by the teaser - well, just for a bit
Girls in their whites, bluebells and cowslips
Link arms together and let voices rip
The people of Padstow remember the day
Their thought's turn back homeward, if they're far away
Memories of loved one's, no longer here
Return on Mayday, as they shed a tear

Let me know if you pick this up and if you are coming down to Sussex anytime. Dave 07710 412118


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: breezy
Date: 04 Jan 11 - 06:16 PM

For reference


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: Herga Kitty
Date: 04 Jan 11 - 06:41 PM

Breezy - any particular reason why you've resurrected this thread on Rick Stein's birthday....?

Kitty


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Subject: RE: Padstow Folk 'club' Summer 2010
From: breezy
Date: 05 Jan 11 - 06:27 AM

No , just I hadnt seen the words and Dave Toye the author gave me a link to them , like you he is very sharing, and its got a jolly tune, he sang it out on the harbour last May day, he had partaken of a few, he's a rather good singer guitarist too and very amenable

the timing of it with R S 's birthday - please pronounce as seen - was purely coincidental, but appropriate methunks.

John likes songs

Do you ?

Hear John at Herga on Mondays

John likes Kitty.

hear Kitty sing too,

buy kitty's CD with Derek Burgess

John likes Brent Cross, but not when its snowing and they close it and it takes 9 hours to get to Hatfield.

See John fume in traffic


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