Friday, October 16, 2009

Rich Diverus he made a feast



Dives and Lazarus - June Tabor and the Oysterband
My Name Is Death - the Incredible String Band
Pharaoh - Richard Thompson
Escalade - the Gourds
Money-Spending Woman - Brownie McGhee
Money Whipped - the Band
Miniver Cheevy - Shawn Phillips
Force On The Workforce - Keith Hancock
The Bristol Slaver - Show Of Hands
Madonna's Wedding - Richard Thompson

8 comments:

steenbeck said...

I like the Gourds and Brownie McGhee. I always like the gourds when you post them. Do you have a favorite album?

treefrogdemon said...

Ohhhhh...not really a favourite, because I like them all (mostly), but Bolsa de Agua has a lot of my favourite songs on it. It's on last.fm - all full tracks.

treefrogdemon said...

...and Spotify.

saneshane said...

I like the brass in Dives and Lazarus... gives the folk vocals an almost Ska Feel.

Didn't get in on the string band chat.. but our student house only agreed on one record to play at times 'The 5000 Spirits or the Layers of the Onion' got the vote.. we were all at art college so 'Painting Box' probably sealed the deal.
A bunch of Goths Crusties and slackers singing 'little cloud/ hedgehog's song' is still a fond memory.

treefrogdemon said...

I'm really envious, Shane, because my first degree's from the OU so I never did that proper university thing, where you all share a house and listen to each other's music...I did go to ordinary universities later but I had 3 kids by then!

saneshane said...

It is a strange thing .. just like Dsd and Gordon.. we are all still friends..


sharing of music was great.. sharing other things (or not sharing) not so good.

I always admired people who returned to study - our son was one when his mum went back - definitely with a different attitude though. and I had to do real work for two years !!!

nilpferd said...

I have a few connections from my student days, two or three really good friends.. not the ones I used to live with though, as shane hints at, sharing everything at that age can put strains on relationships that time can't heal.. but it was a good time, not too different to the 'Spill really, but much more unstable and prone to bust-ups.. good exposure to different views and tastes, in any case.

Japanther said...

speaking of old University pals.....if you are around SatanKidney, Happy Birthday mate!