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
in two places
a paddle in time
the end of the pier
a jolly karmic invite
round and round
(sailing on a sea of thyme)
fabsnoozing (if I could be a beatle)
a beatlesque comedy lullabye
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
with love and a smile
for the departed and the left behind
"we wave in thyme"
where does the dark go when you turn on the light?
just let it go (be free)
a rather silly reprise
big buddha is washing you
a beatlesque goode wyrd
first against the wardobe
a beatlesque folly
angel with a wet nose
for departed doggies everywhere
the ballad of farquhar mackenzie
featuring miss olivia bodeswell
just let it go
returned out nice
some wise wyrds from "the george reformbies"
besides a silly seagull
a new mix featuring "the george reformbies"
helen (sweet siren of the seas)
a sea shambles
(she was) erring on the safe-side of a g-string
a formby-esque folly
the sun is setting
9/4/2017 3:20:23 PM
Hope you will consider droppin' by the Pipeline, here on Labor Day usa, started a thread mentioning the band, would like to hear about your influences, the band members, unique work...
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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