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Folk On Friday - Various - REC 95S

£12.99

Product description

The BBC Radio programme Folk On Friday was first heard on 10th April 1970 and quickly established itself as required listening for the folk music enthusiast. This stereo album features a selection of songs by the following musicians: Dave and Toni Arthur, Tony Rose, The Northern Front, The Yetties, Robin and Barry Dransfield, and Redd Sullivan. The Dransfield brothers sing an old whaling song and play an instrumental of two Northumbrian tunes, and the Yetties' song, "Dan the Dustman", features some very traditional sounds with dustbin lids! The record is clean and bright and has a few light cross-track marks. The paper poly-sleeve is browned around edges and corners and has two closed tears, each approx. 3cm, to the edge of the centre circle. The record sleeve has light general handling marks and creases, an old label mark shadow on the front and a label removal mark on the bottom right corner of the back. The sleeve rear provides track listings, information about the BBC programme and its producer, short biographies of the artists and details of the origins of the songs. A nice album for folk fans.

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Various
Catalogue number:
REC 95S
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Folk
Label:
BBC Records
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
12

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The BBC Radio programme Folk On Friday was first heard on 10th April 1970 and quickly established itself as required listening for the folk music enthusiast. This stereo album features a selection of songs by the following musicians: Dave and Toni Arthur, Tony Rose, The Northern Front, The Yetties, Robin and Barry Dransfield, and Redd Sullivan. The Dransfield brothers sing an old whaling song and play an instrumental of two Northumbrian tunes, and the Yetties' song, "Dan the Dustman", features some very traditional sounds with dustbin lids! The record is clean and bright and has a few light cross-track marks. The paper poly-sleeve is browned around edges and corners and has two closed tears, each approx. 3cm, to the edge of the centre circle. The record sleeve has light general handling marks and creases, an old label mark shadow on the front and a label removal mark on the bottom right corner of the back. The sleeve rear provides track listings, information about the BBC programme and its producer, short biographies of the artists and details of the origins of the songs. A nice album for folk fans.

Band/artist(s):
Various
Catalogue number:
REC 95S
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Folk
Label:
BBC Records
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
12

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