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Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back (Shanty Festival)

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Subject: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Crane Driver
Date: 26 Aug 02 - 06:45 PM

Just a note to let all you genteel and long-suffering North-East 'Catters know that Hurricane Baggyrinkle is forecast to strike Hull on Saturday 31 August (with the emphasis on the "gust"). It's the 13th annual International Shanty Festival (you knew that), and we'll be at the Marina. Don't know where, don't know when, they never tell me anything.

Other performers include Stormalong John, John Conolly, Johnny Collins (Hmmm, is there a theme here?), and it will be a wonderful, raucous weekend of song (it says on the tin).

One thing worries me -

Wil comeing too Hul nakur mi speling9

Andrew


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: smallpiper
Date: 26 Aug 02 - 07:03 PM

garuntttttood two also ewe mite not get out again!!!!!! (aligidley)


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Sorcha
Date: 26 Aug 02 - 07:07 PM

Oh no......not Hullites again......


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Gareth
Date: 26 Aug 02 - 07:10 PM

Yup _ I can recomed Baggy Wrinkle biut please let them back to "Swansea Town Once More"

Gareth


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Les from Hull
Date: 26 Aug 02 - 07:23 PM

I've had a word with Scottie in the Minerva today (as I was conducting Bill Sables and Joe Offer round the Hull non-Spanish three-quarters) and he's happy for any non-concert goers to sing/play there on Saturday night.

Also, for anyone coming on Friday, they can see the excellent Punch the Horse at Dirty Nellies in High Street featuring local Mudcatters Ossonflags, Oakley and Deanmeister, and (almost certainly) have 'sume bear' and a bit of a sing and play in the heavily-adjacent Black Boy pub, where we're moving our regular Friday night session to accomodate you all. I'll confirm this later when I've seen the landlord (but the barman says he's pretty sure it'll be OK, and we do session there regularly anyway).


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: smallpiper
Date: 26 Aug 02 - 07:25 PM

Friday night at the Black Boy goodie


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Oaklet
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 01:47 AM

The 350 Omnibus will be discharging Mrs Oaklet, Vic the builder and I in the Spanish Quarter at high noon. Can anyone with leadership skills, please suggest a venue for the Hull Mudcatter's power lunch to save me from slapping a bit of tongue into a flowery bap the night before. Have returned safely by the the way, without major incident and without Skipjack's puncture wounds.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Abuwood
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 03:21 AM

HullENSIANS of the world unite, see you in the Black Boy guys, a few Shellbacks are heading in that direction Friday. The only Nellies I know is in Beverley, how will I find the other one?


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: GUEST,ossonflags
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 03:49 AM

For all those who do not know were the Durty nellies is in 'ull, it is at the start of the high street,west end, very near to the black boy. On a good day you can hear that excellant band,p the h, with its sooooooooooo coooool lead singer,in said Black Boy,when they are performing in Durty Nellies.

Punch the Horse start peforming at 9.00pm on the fri.night all welcome. Come early as the Oakley thigh worshippers tend to take up all the room.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: GUEST,Oakley
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 04:28 AM

Does anyone know if Ms Penelope Routledge is coming to either event? I find myself thinking about her a lot.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Skipper Jack
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 06:42 AM

If you don't fancy the "Black Boy Punching the Horse at Durty Nellies!". Why not come to The White Hart where there be an informal session with guests as a festival warm up. It is a free night and there will be a raffle, the proceeds of which will go the RNLI.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Michael in Swansea
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 09:55 AM

I can't go.
This will be the second time I've missed in 11 years.

Miserable Moping Melancholy Michael


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Les from Hull
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 10:34 AM

Oakers old chap, you'll want the Minerva (at the Pier). Lovely comestibles available (which got the Joe Offer/Bill Sables seal of approval yesterday) and a major venue for the afternoon's festivities. And there's a specially brewed ale available in case any of you can be forced into having sume bear. By the way, the Minerva is not in the Spanish Quarter, it's in what we call the Non-Spanish Three-Quarters.

Skipper Jack - there's two White Harts in the Old Town - The Olde White Harte on Silver Street and The White Hart on Alfred Gelder Street (near to Drypool Bridge which crosses the River Hull). Can you confirm which it is?

All the pubs mentioned for Friday night are only five minutes apart (ten seconds between Durty Nellies and the Black Boy). So that's it then Durty Nellies for thigh-worshippers, afficionados of the golden tonsils of Ossonflags and people who collect broken guitar strings; Black Boy for a general session including songs and tunes, and the White Hart for an informal shanty session.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Michael in Swansea
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 10:49 AM

Upstairs in The Black Boy 1992 my first time in 'Ull. Remember it well. Wasn't that drunk :>)

Miserable Moping Melancholy Michael :-(


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: ossonflags
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 11:27 AM

I just thought it worth a mention that andy watson also plays with p the h,you cant mistake him, he is the one with the accordian and the soooooo handsome features.

Just needed to make a mention of andy now and again,andy like me is a little shy and retiring and thighs oakley seems to have the need to grab all the limelight with his shameless self promotion.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: GUEST,Oakley
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 11:36 AM

Power Lunch at the Minerva from high noon onwards it is then. Drinks on Les.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Linda Kelly
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 12:19 PM

Sorry to see you won't be there Michael -will you be at the Captain Cook Festival Whitby? I don't know if I can cope with Oakley's thighs on Friday and I am unfortunately working on Saturday - so I shall try and persuade the lovely Hazlet to attend on Sunday for two voice singing.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Skipper Jack
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 12:21 PM

Les From Hull

It's The White Hart in Alfred Gelder Street.

I wish I could get around to the other pubs, it sounds like fun.

Dave R. "The Baggies"


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Crane Driver
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 06:06 PM

Oh Lord, the Skipper is going to drag us into a pub again! Don't know I can take much more of this.

And you've got to feel sorry for poor Michael - it's his job, you know. It's not easy, being a Fulfilment Engineer (don't ask).

Oh well, see you all at the weekend

Andrew


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Col K
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 06:17 PM

Hi Les good to meet you at Whitby last week see you and Maggie in Hull and hope to take you up on your kind offer if possible.I'll be back home on Thursday if you want to pm me ,thanks


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Les from Hull
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 07:01 PM

Thanks for the warning about drinks on me. I'll wear me waterproofs.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: firínne
Date: 27 Aug 02 - 08:59 PM

Could anyone tell me if Dave 'Mandola' Brunniche would be playing in Hull anytime? I heard him years ago and liked some of his stuff, but I haven't heard about him for quite a while.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Alio
Date: 28 Aug 02 - 06:50 AM

See you all on Friday. Ali, have you got anything for me to wear please? (Shellback, I mean!) Ali


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Tig
Date: 28 Aug 02 - 07:44 AM

Sorry we won't be at Hull this year - doing missionary work in Shropshire at the Jackfield Village Festival along with Mrs Lemon.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Abuwood
Date: 28 Aug 02 - 01:15 PM

yes Ali - a baseball cap!


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Gina Dunlap
Date: 28 Aug 02 - 01:21 PM

well I'm with MMM Michael....sad not to be there as well.It was great to have Skipper and the Baggys here in yankee land this summer and I hope you'll all be back soon and with a new CD. Looking foward to hoisting a pint of Campari with Madame Gashee at Mystic next June.

Gina Dunlap


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Madam Gashee
Date: 28 Aug 02 - 01:59 PM

Well Gina! Are you imply that a drink!!??!!

Actually could anyone pop into The Minerva & remind Scottie that I only drink Campari!!
Last year was the third year we've drunk him dry!!
Alio! Are you going to wear clothes this year then?
Looking forward to a wonderful'Ull again!


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Les from Hull
Date: 28 Aug 02 - 06:00 PM

I'll have a word with Scottie for you, but it may be a little late for him to get extra supplies.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Madam Gashee
Date: 28 Aug 02 - 07:39 PM

Thanks Les.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Skipper Jack
Date: 29 Aug 02 - 04:41 AM

Campari for Madam Gashee, And a pint of bitter for me, And a pint or two for the rest of the crew. And happy we shall be.

Come and see us at The Minerva on Saturday and Sunday We are there from 11.00am until 1.00pm. (Hosting the Singaround).

Dave & The Baggies.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: GUEST,ossonflags
Date: 29 Aug 02 - 08:43 AM

put me down for a bit of saturday and sunday singaround,maybe the deanmeister as well and the spectator thighs oakley.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: The DeanMeister
Date: 29 Aug 02 - 11:54 AM

Will be through on Sunday afternoon chaps. And hope to see some of you at Durty Nellies on Friday. Is the catters power lunch on saturday or sunday?


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: GUEST,Oakley
Date: 29 Aug 02 - 12:07 PM

I though it was Saturday. If it is Sunday, I'll be having a lonely power lunch with only Victor the builder for company. Heigh Ho.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Linda Kelly
Date: 29 Aug 02 - 01:36 PM

Looking increasingly unlikely I'll make it guys due to revision for very important assessment on Monday. Since my job depends on it am trying to be sensible. Have a good one anyway and since I am sure someone will tell me about it !


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Les from Hull
Date: 29 Aug 02 - 04:09 PM

We'll miss you Linda!

For you others who may be coming to Hull for the first time, you might think we speak funny (actually it's you!). But just to help you out here's a few Hull phrases you might find confusing.

Surfer/Posh name for a settee
draa waa waane /The opposite of sweet white wine
Mama mia/Here I am Mother.
Myrrh-bile/My other telephone
Me lickle perny/ A toy horse
A terld-a-merl/I informed everyone
Perch deg/A snack, usually on terst.
Spurts clairs/Garments worn by athletes.
Yerolidiz/Your annual vacation
Erk/A type of wood
Yer sir slur/You are not very quick
Rail smerl/Not very big
Burla cherries/"Life is just a................"
Rerm/Capital of Italy
Kirk-a-curler/A fizzy drink, usually served curled.
Burn idol/Extreme laziness
Bains out larkin'/The children are out playing
Gunna snerr/Winter weather expected
Rerd rage/Disgruntled drivers
Perm/A composition in verse
Yer mammal ner/Your Mother will have the information
The Nerth Pearl /The most northerly point on Earth
Erm Sweet Erm/One's place of residence
Oi! Gerreer!/Please approach me
Nerz kern/The pointed end of a rocket
Fern Curls/Telecommunications
The Perp/Head of the Roman Catholic Church
Yer jerkin'/I don't believe you
Lerds 'n lerds/Plenty
British Erm Stairs/Well known department store
Pearls/People from Poland
Err nerr!/An expression of dismay
Goin' on rerd/Going shopping
Gorra curled/I have the sniffles


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: The DeanMeister
Date: 29 Aug 02 - 05:43 PM

David, on Saturday we are supposed to be playing wiv smallpiper and Nik nak at a wedding in Lund. Had this slipped your mind?


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: The DeanMeister
Date: 29 Aug 02 - 05:50 PM

Fanks for the ullspeak lesson, Les. And good luck with the assessment Linda! If u need to escape for a bit tho, th Minerva on Sunday may be a plan! If not see ya the following sunday at Nellies. Moving session back a week due to shanty fest. Take note all. The purple helmets display is well into planning stages.........oh dear.......


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Crane Driver
Date: 29 Aug 02 - 06:07 PM

Well, this is it. Setting off tomorrow (is that termerrer in 'Ulleese?) - they say the road to Hull is paved with good intentions, so it should be easy enough to spot (unless we've still got the same navigator as on our Brittany trip - our next CD should be called "Perdu en Brest", which probably means what it sounds like in 'Ull). See you all then, except for the ones who aren't there (that's Welsh logic for you).

Andrew


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Abuwood
Date: 30 Aug 02 - 03:36 AM

Wonderful phrase book Les I feel like I'm erm already, and Steve can even pronouce them properley! Looking forward to meetin you this weekend.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: smallpiper
Date: 30 Aug 02 - 11:59 AM

The rowad to ull is actually paved with lost travelling sales men!!!


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: MMario
Date: 30 Aug 02 - 12:14 PM

y'know - funny thing is that the Mudcat locator says there's only one mudcatter in Hull!


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Les from Hull
Date: 30 Aug 02 - 02:29 PM

That's because we like to keep it quiet, MMario. You'll never hear a lot from us lot.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Willa
Date: 30 Aug 02 - 06:26 PM

And most of us are *from* Hull, not in it!


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Linda Kelly
Date: 31 Aug 02 - 03:14 PM

Sneaked a quick pint in the Minerva on the way home from work -spotted Abuwood Alio Snuffy Tyke Alan WW Willa Noreen Ossonflags the fragrant Maggie Rambling Rose Cavia P Glevum Les from Hull - in fact it was positively stiff with Mudcatters -is there a collective noun? i.e. I spotted a flock of Mudcatters in the Minerva? Let me know.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Willa
Date: 31 Aug 02 - 06:49 PM

Heard Baggyrinkle and the Shellback Chorus twice each today-they did a great job! Here's to tomorrow. Linda - you missed out Oombanjo and the lovely Sheila. Think I need a new page for my 'I Spy' Catters book.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 31 Aug 02 - 08:08 PM

A slick of Mudcatters.
A litter o' Mudcatters
A mess o' Muddies
A twang of Mudcatters.
A bodhran of Catters.
Flock'n Mudcatters?
Collectively yours....Giok


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Col K
Date: 01 Sep 02 - 03:20 PM

And you missed me


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Skipper Jack
Date: 02 Sep 02 - 02:35 PM

Well that's it! "Hull Sea Fever" over for another year.

Wasn't it a lovely morning on Sunday? Although Scottie did his Romeo & Juliet act from the upstairs room at the Minerva, he refused to open until noon.

But The Baggies and Johnny Collins serenaded the passing crowds under the spreading chestnut tree. (Maybe it wasn't a chestnut??)

It was thoroughly enjoyable until the clock twelve! Then the stampede for the bar!! We carried on where we left off, inside.

Anyway another great festival, good weather, good singing especially from the mudcatters.

Willa, enjoyed your renditions at The Minerva and in the Victorian Bar, City Hall.

Our expedition with "Lord Nelson" took us to performing outside Ann Summers in the shopping precinct. But we weren't allowed to go inside!!

We - The Baggies and Kat yn 't Seil enjoyed that little session. It was hard to ascertain whether the onlookers did? We like to think so?

Here's to the next "Sea Fever Festival" may it become an epidemic!!

Dave & The Baggies.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: alanww
Date: 02 Sep 02 - 03:04 PM

Great to see Baggyrinkle again after Swansea and particularly enjoyed Baby Baggy singing his Scilly Isles song at the singaround in the Minerva on Sunday night. Hope to see you again soon.

We sell them three for fourpence ...
Alan


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back
From: Ned Ludd
Date: 02 Sep 02 - 03:12 PM

I Finally got my 'puter' back. Iwas there also! I'm shellbacked out and my voice is a tone deeper but Aaahh! the porter at the Minerva.....!


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back (Shanty Festival)
From: GUEST,Julie B at home
Date: 02 Sep 02 - 04:59 PM

Have just arrived back in Milton Keynes after 'Sea Fever 2002' my very first shanty festival. It was a fantastic weekend, and the harmony singing was wonderful. My aunt Joyce from Willerby was bowled over by how good it was, even though she's not a 'folkie'. I can't imagine how it could have been better. Even the weather was perfect. And the Minerva Hotel room was the perfect singaround venue. To be able to sing sea songs while looking out of the open french doors to watch ships sailing down the estuary was magical.

While on the subject of singarounds, I feel I should quickly apologise to the Baggyrinkles for my inadvertently singing 'New york girls' (or is it 'As I walked down the bowry?') at the singaround you were hosting in the Minerva yesterday. I suddenly realised on about line 2 that it was actually part of the Baggyrinkle repertoire, and had already probably been sung just before I turned up...Oops!!! I must learn a few more shanties before August 2003.

Was lovely to meet some catters for the first time (abuwood etc) and re-meet Noreen, Alan, Maggie & Les, Linda. Thanks for the Fri/Sun night cheese and biscuits Les/Linda! :-) Was also good to discover the "Shellback Chorus".

Julie B

P.S. Les from Hull - Went to Streetlife Museum but didn't manage a 'coachride' (too busy). Liked seeing the 41ft 2300 yr old longboat in the museum next door though.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back (Shanty Festival)
From: GUEST,Julie B at home
Date: 02 Sep 02 - 05:07 PM

Sea Fever comments on new thread Hull Shanty Festival....comments


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back (Shanty Festival
From: Mrs Cobble
Date: 02 Sep 02 - 10:04 PM

Now you lot who woz in 'ull, did anyone see Cobble 'cos he said he woz singing in the Minerva and he had tea at Les from Hull's abode, yet it seems none of you did see Him...... :-)

Mrs C


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back (Shanty Festival)
From: Noreen
Date: 03 Sep 02 - 06:49 AM

Yes, Mrs C, Cobble made his entrance in the open doorway of the Minerva, his golden locks framed by the afternoon sun (at least I think that was him... the Shellbacks were hosting a singaround at the time which neccessitated the audience having to vacate the place, and it got a bit congested....)


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back (Shanty Festival)
From: Les from Hull
Date: 03 Sep 02 - 02:15 PM

Mrs C - Maggie and I were happy to welcome your old man (though not quite as old as me as he delights in reminding me). We fed him nicely and took him to the anti-Survivors session but we were sorry he had leave early for the train. Just as well really, considering the state that Maggie and I were in by the early hours of the morning.


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back (Shanty Festival)
From: Crane Driver
Date: 03 Sep 02 - 03:52 PM

Julie B - we don't own the songs, we just carry 'em for a while. You're more than welcome to sing 'em to us. And your version of New York Girls, or whatever you like to call it, was great. Please don't treat us as celebrities, we're just ordinary blokes who love the songs and work at doing them justice. Come and talk to us - we're almost human (most of the time).

Andrew


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back (Shanty Festival)
From: Madam Gashee
Date: 04 Sep 02 - 12:55 PM

well, some of you are!!!


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Subject: RE: Baggyrinkle - To Hull & Back (Shanty Festival)
From: Crane Driver
Date: 04 Sep 02 - 05:47 PM

Thank you Ma'am.


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