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Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds

skippy 16 Jul 03 - 01:34 PM
Uncle Jaque 16 Jul 03 - 01:48 PM
Geoff the Duck 16 Jul 03 - 02:00 PM
gnomad 16 Jul 03 - 02:16 PM
Herga Kitty 16 Jul 03 - 03:02 PM
Raggytash 16 Jul 03 - 03:40 PM
Raggytash 16 Jul 03 - 03:40 PM
GUEST,Penny Hedge 16 Jul 03 - 05:00 PM
Herga Kitty 16 Jul 03 - 05:16 PM
Raggytash 16 Jul 03 - 07:04 PM
Red and White Rabbit 17 Jul 03 - 01:51 AM
PinkPanther 19 Jul 03 - 07:41 AM
GUEST,36-24-36 19 Jul 03 - 07:47 AM
PinkPanther 19 Jul 03 - 07:52 AM
Raggytash 21 Jul 03 - 06:46 AM
GUEST,Jones The Baker 21 Jul 03 - 05:09 PM
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Herga Kitty 21 Jul 03 - 07:22 PM
Tyke 22 Jul 03 - 05:04 PM
Herga Kitty 22 Jul 03 - 10:08 PM
Les from Hull 23 Jul 03 - 09:42 AM
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Subject: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: skippy
Date: 16 Jul 03 - 01:34 PM

I'm trying to get in touch with George Clarke from Leeds about a shanty session in scarborough, and if anyone out there could help me i would be grateful.


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Uncle Jaque
Date: 16 Jul 03 - 01:48 PM

Well, Mate; we have a "Leeds" not far from here in Maine, as well as a "Scarborough" a bit to our South.

My last name is indeed "Clarke", and my Wife on occasion calls me "George"...

But somehow I don't think that we're quite on the same track you set out upon, are we? };^{)~

UJ from Yarmouth (another Town name you might be familiar with...) Maine, USA


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Geoff the Duck
Date: 16 Jul 03 - 02:00 PM

skippy - YES a lot of people on Mudcat know George.
We'll try to send him messages!
QUACK! GtD.


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: gnomad
Date: 16 Jul 03 - 02:16 PM

Try this for size (but turn down your sound first)

George's Homepage


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Herga Kitty
Date: 16 Jul 03 - 03:02 PM

Where's Tyke?

Kitty


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Raggytash
Date: 16 Jul 03 - 03:40 PM

Not Again Please !!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Raggytash
Date: 16 Jul 03 - 03:40 PM

Bet he owes money


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: GUEST,Penny Hedge
Date: 16 Jul 03 - 05:00 PM

AHA!!!
      If you can get your hands on Mr. Clarke, I have a Bone to pick with him!!!
      Where is my bloody Trombone???

                   Penny Hedge


P.S.      Wanna buy a gigantic caravan on Stoupe Cross?   Going very cheap after Whitby Folk Week???    (Or Maybe during it).


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Herga Kitty
Date: 16 Jul 03 - 05:16 PM

Penny

You should contact Alanww who is trying to find accommodation for Whitby Folk Week on another (Whitby Folk Week)thread!

Raggytash

Yes, well, I'm not keen to go through all that again either (especially as we have our own George Clarke at Herga.   Yes, honestly, another George Clarke). But if it's about a shanty session it might involve Cobler's Monday so it's difficult to know whether to recommend a PM to Tyke or not.....

Kitty

PS See you in the Endeavour next month, I hope.


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Raggytash
Date: 16 Jul 03 - 07:04 PM

The subject of buying a very large caravan on Stoupes Cross brings me bounding to my senses ..........Yes Herga Kitty if this is a serious consideration, I will definately be interested


I may even have money...........


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Red and White Rabbit
Date: 17 Jul 03 - 01:51 AM

Lord Raggy - perhaps you could ask your Lord and master to pay for you seconding him!!!!

as for George - last seen at Cleckheaton in the Wickham


Cobblers!


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: PinkPanther
Date: 19 Jul 03 - 07:41 AM

He's been panthered this weekend and is too tired now - tee hee


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: GUEST,36-24-36
Date: 19 Jul 03 - 07:47 AM

What are you doing with my beautiful Tyke Pink Panther? I am coming down from my village in the mountains to sort you out. just keep your Paws off my Beautiful Tykey!


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: PinkPanther
Date: 19 Jul 03 - 07:52 AM

Observant as usual 36-34-36 - there is no gap between the Pink and the Panther - but there wouldn't be would there? It could be arranged for a fee so when you come down from your village we will talk money. He's expensive to keep, all those bacon butties but for now he's feeling a bit pawly and enjoying it!!!!!


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Raggytash
Date: 21 Jul 03 - 06:46 AM

George,
Do you know who Penny Hedge is, If there is a caravan going at Stoupes Cross I am seriously interested. Can you give me a call on 460844 or 438604 you know the code for my area.

Thanks

Nick


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: GUEST,Jones The Baker
Date: 21 Jul 03 - 05:09 PM

My Darling Boy Raggytash when are you coming to visit us in the Valley's of Wales we have reserved a Caravan there for you. It has a beautiful view of the Valley that is filled with Sheep at this time of year. The pub is only a stone through away! However you would be advised to use the footpath and taking this short cut along the edge of the slate quarry makes the pub just 5 miles away. We long to hear your wonderful voice ring out in our chapel on a Sunday when the Pub is closed. Please come and visit us soon Raggytash.


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Raggytash
Date: 21 Jul 03 - 06:00 PM

A welcome in the hillsides indeed, I shall consider your generous offer to imbibe me with beer for a full weekend as well as providing me with accomodation and possible fulfilment of other desires
however as I have indicated previously, too your constination, my preference is young ladies not sheep.
If you can manage this we may well have a deal


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Herga Kitty
Date: 21 Jul 03 - 07:22 PM

Skippy

When exactly is the shanty session in Scarborough supposed to be?    Or is that the question you were hoping to ask George? From the above posts it sounds as though he might be a bit over-extended for the time being.

You might possibly (big question mark though) get some useful information out of another member of Cobler's Monday, like Mick Heywood. Or even Phil Jones.

Kitty


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Tyke
Date: 22 Jul 03 - 05:04 PM

Well it's Durham folk Party this weekend. I have tried to contact Skippy but I have so far failed. Of the Shanty or possible Shanty bash on the Grand Turk whilst she is in Scarbough I no nothing. However the Sunday Night Tap and Spile Session is planning to move on board thye Grande Turk Whilst She is back in WHITBY this will include Folk Week and during Folk Week I belive Mick Haywood is hoping to move the Whitby Folk Club back on board for Folk Week.

As whitnessed be many Mick Haywood's Cracking Idea two years ago proved to be a great sucksess. So I will add to Kitty's advice ask Mick Haywood of Coblers Monday you can find his phone number and email on the Coblers Monday web site. http://uk.geocities.com/aaardvark001/

If you are in Whitby during Folk Week you will find Mick, Myself and Coblers Monday every day from 13.00 to 15.00 in the Fleece on Church Street running a singeround.


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Herga Kitty
Date: 22 Jul 03 - 10:08 PM

Tyke

Sounds like a brilliant bit of organisation - Coblers Monday running a singaround in the Fleece on one side of the road, and Jim Mageean running another one in the Endeavour on the other side of the same road at the same time...

Kitty


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Les from Hull
Date: 23 Jul 03 - 09:42 AM

That's not too much of a problem - this is Folk Week after all! The fringe will do what the fringe will do, and there'll be other singarounds in other pubs at the same time, no doubt, both official and fringe.


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Herga Kitty
Date: 23 Jul 03 - 02:34 PM

Les - I didn't actually mean it was a problem. It means that the people who can't get into the heaving Endeavour can hear nautical songs in the Fleece instead (and possibly vice versa) and won't have to cross the Esk to see if they can make it into Mo and Jo's session in the Plough.....

Nice to know that the Grand Turk will be in Whitby during Folk Week - I've only seen the video so far.

Kitty


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Tyke
Date: 24 Jul 03 - 09:31 PM

Hello Kitty,
It's my understanding that Jim's session will be on in the Endeavour,when a Singaround presided over by Coblers Monday or parts of the group will be will also be running at the same time. A lunchtime singaround (1-3pm)has been running in the Fleece for approximately 10 years and this session is just a continuation of that. Coblers Monday are not just a Shanty Group. All it's members are solo performers in their own right and have a vast repertoire of song of all kinds. Mick Haywood most underrated as he is, as I have pointed out to a few people, is a folk song collector of some repute. He is now even at his young and virile age a source singer. His Folk Song Collection is long over due for publication. That said a Mister D Bull**** did allegedly get his hands on Mick's Song collection in the early Seventies and lost or allegedly lost the whole collection. So over due for publication as his collection is! I believe there are a lot of people who would say that it could have been far worse had D.B published it. Fortunately Mick has a memory and other organs like an elephant and he has completely restored his song collection. Could the person or people who keep sending offers for penis extensions to the Coblers Monday email address please note this last sentence and stop sending him offers of further enlargements. We are Coblers Monday and we sing for fun and to entertain and inform. Mick and Angi Haywood as most people are aware run the Whitby Folk Club 52 weeks a year making visitors and regulars welcome whilst giving all encouragement and the opportunity to sing and or make music
George Clarke


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Herga Kitty
Date: 25 Jul 03 - 02:29 AM

Tyke

So you'll be on the balcony then?

Kitty


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Tyke
Date: 28 Jul 03 - 09:25 PM

No! No! Kitty I think the correct quote is "Were for art thou" But apart from that I'm taking orders from Mick H. and Malcom S and the Landlord plus the Football legue and Sky Sport and the weather and how much beer we consume on the exact location in the Fleece on Church Street from 13.00 to 15.00.


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Tyke
Date: 28 Jul 03 - 09:29 PM

Hello Kitty,
It's my understanding that Jim's session will be on in the Endeavour,when a Singaround presided over by Coblers Monday or parts of the group will be will also be runningat the same time. A lunchtime singaround (1-3pm)has been running in the Fleece for approximately 10 years and this session is just a continuation of that. Coblers Monday are not just a Shanty Group.
All it's members are solo performers in their own right and have a vast repertoire of song of all kinds. Mick Haywood most underrated as he is, as I have pointed out to a few people, is a folk song collector of some repute. He is now even at his young and virile age a source singer. His Folk Song Collection is long over due for publication. That said a Mister D Bull**** did allegedly get his hands on Mick's Song collection in the early Seventies and lost or allegedly lost the whole collection. So over due for publication as his collection is! I believe there are a lot of people who would say that it could have been far worse had D.B published it. Fortunately Mick has a memory and other organs like an elephant and he has completely restored his song collection. Could the person or people who keep sending offers for penis extensions to the Coblers Monday email address please note this last sentence and stop sending him offers of further enlargements. We are Coblers Monday and we sing for fun and to entertain and inform. Mick and Angi Haywood as most people are aware run the Whitby Folk Club 52 weeks a year making visitors and regulars welcome whilst giving all encouragement and the opportunity to sing and or make music
George Clarke


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Subject: RE: Anyone know George Clarke of Leeds
From: Herga Kitty
Date: 29 Jul 03 - 02:49 AM

Thanks, George. I think I've got the picture now....

Kitty


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