Vin Garbutt - ‘Live’ At The Red Lion Version Four album
RIP Vin Recorded at The Albert Hole. Albert Inn Bedminster Bristol January 1999. 3 February ·. Message from Tony Leonard On Sunday afternoon 15th April we will be running a "Tribute to Vin Session" at Vin's local, The Station Hotel, Loftus, N Yorks. We are inviting anyone interested in playing to contact me ( tonyleonardali. uk) with two songs they intend to sing. That will avoid duplication between performers. For those at last night's gig - here is a version with words! After singing it with Vin for the past few years on the very same stage - I just couldn't get the words out. All the very best.
Vin Garbutt - The Caving Song (Swanage Folk Festival). The Funeral of Vin Garbutt - 1. 6. Vin Garbutt breaks a string at Swanage Folk Festival - 2010. Chemical Workers Song - Ron Angel (original version).
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Vin Garbutt (born Vincent Paul Garbutt, 20 November 1947) is an English folk singer and songwriter. A significant part of his repertoire consists of protest songs covering topics such as "the Troubles" in Northern Ireland (Troubles of Erin), unemployment, and social issues. Garbutt was born in South Bank, Middlesbrough, the son of an English father and an Irish mother.
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Garbutt in 2010 at the National Folk Festival. Background information. In 2001 Garbutt won the "Best Live Act" award at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, and was nominated for "Folk Singer of the Year" (with the award going to Norma Waterson) In 2007 he was nominated for "Best Live Act" again at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, with the award going to Bellowhead. The Valley of Tees (1972). The Young Tin Whistle Pest (live) (1974). Eston California (1977). 1995) When the Tide Turns Again (1998). Word of Mouth (1999). The Vin Garbutt Songbook Vol 1 (2003).
Garbutt was born in South Bank, Middlesbrough, the son of an English father and an Irish mother. He discovered folk music while he was still at school, and began visiting and performing at the Rifle Club in Cannon Street, Middlesbrough. After leaving school he was encouraged to become an apprentice at the Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) Wilton chemical plant, near to his home. At the age of 21, he threw caution to the winds and became a professional musician . Word of Mouth is a 1999 folk music album by Vin Garbutt.
|A1||Star Of The County Down|
|A2||Send The Boats Away|
|A3||The Long Note|
|A4||The ‘Something Note’ Reel|
|A6||Where The Hell Are We Going To Live|
|A7||If I Had A Son|
|A8||The South Wind|
|B1||The November Wedding|
|B2||Save The Children|
|B3||John, You Have Gone|
|B4||The Hartlepool Monkey|
|B6||Not For The First Time|
NotesMost prominent Title, ‘Live’ at the Red Lion Version Four. [on cover], but titled as ‘Live’ At The Red Lion [on spine & cassette].
Recorded live at the Red Lion Folk Club, Kings Heath, Birmingham.
Grey shell with paper labels. Chrome tape, not Dolby.
Title: ‘Live’ At The Red Lion Version Four
Category: World, & Country
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