these songs were written by colin bates,brian booth & keith richbell and feature;
keith richbell - vocals
colin bates-vocals,keyboards,guitars & ukulele
brian booth- bass & guitars
bill pearce- lead guitars
dave shepley -lead guitars
and mark namguards-drums-alas has gone on ahead x
all songs recorded on 'the home-front' using wax-cylinders!!
luv and peas from the karmics to your eardobes
the sun is setting
fabsnoozing (if I could be a beatle)
a beatlesque comedy lullabye
round and round
(sailing on a sea of thyme)
so it goes
(or the 'poot-te-wit' blues)
(in me olde) milltown
a beatleseque lament t'mill
the sirens of titan
a beatlesque hommage to kurt vonnegut
the first drop of heartache
there she goes
a beatlesque fairie story
the kings shilling
a question of karma
lost and found
a beatlesque luv song
besides a silly seagull
featuring "the george reformbies"
first against the wardobe
a beatlesque folly
just let it go
big buddha is washing you
a beatlesque goode wyrd
"we wave in thyme"
returned out nice
some wise wyrds from "the george reformbies"
the ballad of farquhar mackenzie
featuring miss olivia bodeswell
where does the dark go when you turn on the light?
the daily grind
(she was) erring on the safe-side of a g-string
a formby-esque folly
helen (sweet siren of the seas)
a sea shambles
5/29/2017 10:28:55 PM
5/29/2017 9:04:14 PM
Welcome to IAC/IMP...
You've a unique sensibility, tasty songs indeed! Added to m'stations, a couple of comments..."crabalocka fishwife, a cheeky flum w a muddy bottom, a burlesque bartelby, funny umpha mandolin gaslit london streets, w a nipper on the loose...banter..." (she was erring) on the safe side of a g-string.
Also, "lost and found," "oh my, do these guys have sensibility, playfullness, musicality, here in ballad form, w a nice cello to round this off..."
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