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Chumbawamba: English Rebel Songs

Chumbawamba: English Rebel Songs 1381-1914 (Prop 3)

English Rebel Songs 1381-1914
Chumbawamba

Prop 3 (10" LP, UK, 1988)

English Rebel Songs 1381-1984
Chumbawamba

Mutt Records CD004 (CD, UK, 2003)

Chumbawamba: English Rebel Songs 1381-1984 (MuttCD004)
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LP recorded in April 1998 at Woodland Studios;
Engineered by Neil Ferguson

CD recorded in January 2003 at Shabby Road Studios

LP Musicians

Harry Hamer, Simon Commonknowledge, Lou Watts, Boff Whalley, Mavis Dillon, Cobie, Danbert Nobacon

Tracks

1988 LP

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Cutty Wren (Roud 236)
  2. The Diggers' Song
  3. Colliers March
  4. The Triumph of General Ludd
  5. Chartist Anthem
  6. Song of the Times
  1. Smashing of the Van
  2. World Turned Upside Down
  3. Poverty Knock (Roud 3491)
  4. Idris Strike Song
  5. Hanging on the Old Barbed Wire (Roud 9618)
  6. The Cutty Wren (Roud 236)

2003 CD

  1. The Cutty Wren (Roud 236) (1.55)
  2. The Diggers' Song (2.31)
  3. Colliers March (2.28)
  4. The Triumph of General Ludd (3.01)
  5. Chartist Anthem (1.34)
  6. The Bad Squire (3.54)
  7. Song of the Times (2.36)
  8. Smashing of the Van (2.09)
  9. The World Turned Upside Down (1.23)
  10. Poverty Knock (Roud 3491) (3.13)
  11. Idris Strike Song (2.49)
  12. Hanging on the Old Barbed Wire (Roud 9618) (2.01)
  13. Coal Not Dole (2.01)

All tracks trad. arr. Chumbawamba except
CD track 13 Kay Sutcliffe

> Folk Music > Records > Chumbawamba: Readymades

Chumbawamba: Readymades

Chumbawamba: Readymades (Mutt CD001)

Readymades
Chumbawamba

Mutt Records CD001 (CD, UK, 2002)

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Recorded in 2001 and completed in January 2002 at Shabby Road Studios, Bradford, above Bongo's printshop.
Written, arranged and produced by Chumbawamba except where stated below
Mastered by Geoff Pesche at The Townhouse
Photographs by Casey Orrr
Sleeve design by Baader-Meinhof
Front cover image: John Heartfield, Self Portrait 1920

Musicians

Jude Abbott, trumpet, vocals;
Dunstan Bruce, vocals, bruitist sound collages;
Lou Watts, vocals, keyboards;
Boff Whalley, guitar, merz;
Neil Ferguson, bass, mouse;
Alice Nutter, vocals, propaganda;
Harry Hamer, drums, programming;
Danbert Nobacon, vocals, ukulele
with
Simon Pugsley, trombone;
Toby Greenwood, saxophone;
Rrose Selavy, acoustic guitar;
James Reiss, scratching;
Michell Plumb, vocals [12];
Richard Mutt, tea-chest bass;
Abi Riozzi, vocals [12];
Sally Riozzi, vocals [11];
Janet Russell, vocals [3, 8];
Jeremy Hardy, introduction [8]

Tracks

  1. Salt Fare, North Sea (4.28)
    vocal sample from Some Old Salty performed by Lal Waterson & Oliver Knight
  2. Jacob's Ladder (3.22)
    vocal sample from The Pretty Ploghboy from the EFDSS album A Century of Song, performed by Harry Cox
  3. All in Vain (4.16)
  4. Home With Me (3.57)
  5. If It Is To Be, It Is Up To Me (4.42)
    vocal sample performed by Coope Boyes & Simpson
  6. Don't Try This At Home (4.02)
  7. Song for Leon Shackleton (3.36)
    vocal sample performed by Belle Stewart
  8. Without Reason or Rhyme (The Killing of Harry Stanley) (3.45)
    vocal sample performed by Joe Heany
  9. Don't Pass Go (4.19)
    vocal sample performed by Coope Boyes & Simpson
  10. One Way or the Other (4.03)
    vocal sample performed by Dick Gaughan
  11. When I'm Bad (4.22)
    vocal sample performed by Coope Boyes & Simpson
  12. Sewing Up Crap (3.45)
  13. After Shelley (4.29)
    vocal sample performed by Kate Rusby

All tracks written and composed by Chumbawamba except
Track 4 Chumbawamba / Davy Graham;
Track 13 Chumbawamba / Kate Rusby

> Folk Music > Records > Chumbawamba: A Singsong and a Scrap

Chumbawamba: A Singsong and a Scrap

Chumbawamba: A Singsong and a Scrap (No Masters NMCD23)

A Singsong and a Scrap
Chumbawamba

No Masters NMCD23 (CD, UK, February 2006)

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Recorded in 2005 at Shabby Road Studios, Heaton, Bradford, and The Radar Rooms, Castleford.

Musicians

Jude Abbott, vocals, trumpet;
Neil Ferguson, bass;
Lou Watts, vocals, keyboards;
Boff Whalley, vocals, guitar

with
Winkie Thin, accordion [1, 4, 7, 10, 12], whistling [6], cello [9];
Richard Ormrod, accordion [3], mellophone [12];
Andy Cutting, melodeon [2, 9];
John Jones, vocals [1, 3, 5];
James O'Grady, uilleann pipes [3, 13], wistle [2];
Coope, Boyes & Simpson, Jones, vocals [5, 8, 10];
Ian Telfer, fiddle [7, 10]

Tracks

  1. Laughter in a Time of War (2.46)
  2. William Francis (3.38)
  3. By and By (4.30)
  4. You Can (Mass Trespass 1932) (4.39)
  5. Walking into Battle With the Lord (2.55)
  6. When Alexander Met Emma (3.40)
  7. (I Don't Want to) Fade Away (3.10)
  8. Bankrobber (2.06)
  9. Learning to Love (3.12)
  10. Land of Do What You're Told (4.29)
  11. Bella Ciao (1.34)
  12. Smith & Taylor (3.59)
  13. Hidden Track (1.59)

All tracks written by Chumbawamba except
Track 8 Joe Strummer, Mick Jones (of The Clash);
Track 11 trad. arr. Chumbawamba

> Folk Music > Records > Chumbawamba: Get On With It—Live

Chumbawamba: Get On With It—Live

Chumbawamba: Get On With It—Live (No Masters NMCD26)

Get On With It—Live
Chumbawamba

No Masters NMCD26 (CD, UK, January 29, 2007)

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Recorded during 2006 at various venues in England, including Leeds, Brighton, Kendal, Cockermouth, Goole, Chesterfield, Sidmouth, Hebden Bridge and Buxton.
Mixed at Shabby Road Studio, Armley, Leeds.

Musicians

Jude Abbott, vocals, trumpet;
Neil Ferguson, bass;
Lou Watts, vocals, keyboards;
Boff Whalley, vocals, guitar

with
Richard Ormrod, Phil Moody, accordion;
Coope, Boyes & Simpson, John Jones, vocals [13]

Tracks

  1. Buy Nothing Day (3.26)
  2. A Stitch in Time (2.39)
  3. Song of the Times (2.42)
  4. Hard Times of Old England (Roud 1206) (2.11)
  5. By and By (4.29)
  6. Jacob's Ladders (4.21)
  7. Timebomb (3.19)
  8. Homophobia (2.07)
  9. William Francis (4.43)
  10. Learning to Love (3.16)
  11. Diggers' Song (2.27)
  12. On eBay (4.42)
  13. Hanging on the Old Barbed Wire (Roud 9618) (2.31)
  14. Bella Ciao (4.48)

All tracks written by Chumbawamba except
Tracks 3-4, 11, 13-14 trad. arr. Chumbawamba;
Track 2 Mike Waterson

> Folk Music > Records > Chumbawamba: The Boy Bands Have Won

Chumbawamba: The Boy Bands Have Won

Chumbawamba: The Boy Bands Have Won (No Masters NMCD28)

The Boy Bands Have Won
Chumbawamba

No Masters NMCD28 (CD, UK, March 3, 2008)
Westpark Music WP87154 (CD, Germany, March 14, 2008)
PM Press (CD, USA, June 17, 2008)

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Recorded in 2007 at Shabby Road Studios, Heaton, Bradford

Musicians

Jude Abbott, vocals, trumpet;
Neil Ferguson, vocals, guitar;
Lou Watts, vocals, percussion;
Boff Whalley, vocals, ukulele
with
Phil “Ron” Moody, vocals, accordion

Tracks

  1. When an Old Man Dies (0.54)
  2. Add Me (3.27)
  3. Words Can Save Us (1.52)
  4. Hull or Hell (3.31)
  5. El Fusilado (2.32)
  6. Unpindownable (1.22)
  7. I Wish That They'd Sack Me (4.10)
  8. Word Bomber (2.13)
  9. All Fur Coat & No Knickers (2.12)
  10. Fine Line (0.39)
  11. Lord Bateman's Motorbike (3.34)
  12. A Fine Career (0.47)
  13. To a Little Radio (1.08)
  14. (Words Flew) Right Around the World (2.15)
  15. Sing About Love (1.39)
  16. Bury Me Deep (1.37)
  17. You Watched Me Dance (0.58)
  18. Compliments of Your Waitress (2.43)
  19. Rip Rip (1.26)
  20. Charlie (2.12)
  21. The Ogre (0.53)
  22. Refugee (2.42)
  23. Same Old Same Old (0.59)
  24. Waiting for the Bus (2.44)
  25. What We Want (0.47)

> Folk Music > Records > Chumbawamba: ABCDEFG

Chumbawamba: ABCDEFG

Chumbawamba: ABCDEFG (No Masters NMCD33)

ABCDEFG
Chumbawamba

No Masters NMCD33 (CD, UK, March 2010)
Westpark Music WP87186 (CD, Germany, March 2010)

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Recorded in late 2009 at Hill Top Studios, Leeds;
All songs written, arranged and produced by Chumbawamba
except track 17 by the No Master Co-operative;
Band photographs by Casey Orr;
Sleeve design by Boff Whalley

Musicians

Jude Abbott, vocals, trumpet;
Neil Ferguson, vocals, guitar;
Lou Watts, vocals, percussion;
Boff Whalley, vocals, ukulele;
Phil Moody, vocals, accordion

with
Ray “Chopper” Cooper, cello [3, 5, 7], harmonica [12];
Jon Boden, fiddle [2, 7, 12];
Belinda O'Hooley, piano [3, 6, 10];
Harry Hamer, cajon [2, 7, 15];
Jo Freya, tenor and soprane saxophone [10, 15, 17];
O'Hooley & Tidow, backing vocals [3];
No Masters Co-operativists, melodeons, saxes, vocals, bells, assorted kitchen sinks [17]

Strings arranged by Neil Ferguson, played by the Whingate Ensemble (John Barker, Jim Greenfield, Hilary Greek, Anna Mendleson);
Brass arranged by Jude Abbott, played by the Charlie Cake Marching Band

Tracks

  1. Introduction (1.01)
  2. Voices, That's All (3.30)
  3. Pickle (2.43)
  4. Wagner at the Opera (2.14)
  5. Underground (3.30)
  6. Torturing James Hetfield (2.17)
  7. The Devil's Interval (4.00)
  8. Hammer, Stirrup & Anvil (3.04)
  9. Puccini Said (2.02)
  10. That Same So-So Tune (2.35)
  11. Singing Out the Days (2.18)
  12. You Don't Exist (2.36)
  13. The Song Collector (3.26)
  14. Missed (1.40)
  15. Ratatatay (3.40)
  16. New York Song (1.16)
  17. Dance, Idiot, Dance (2.43)

> Folk Music > Records > Chumbawamba: Big Society!

Chumbawamba: Big Society!

Chumbawamba: Big Society! (No Masters NMCD40)

Big Society!
Original Cast Recording
Chumbawamba

No Masters NMCD40 (CD, UK, February 2012)

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Recorded and mixed in the winter of 2011 at The Chairworks, Castleford, and Hilltop Studio, Leeds;
All songs written by Boff Whalley except [9] trad. arr. Boff Whalley;
All songs arranged by Chumbawamba;
Recorded and produced by Neil Ferguson;
Photography by Tim Smith;
Sleeve design by Boff Whalley

Musicians

Phill Jupitus, lead vocals [1-3, 6];
Lisa Howard, lead vocals [2, 4, 9, 11];
Kyla Goodey, lead vocals [5, 13];
Dean Nolan, lead vocals [7, 10];
Harry Hamer, drums, lead vocals [8, 12];
Neil Ferguson, piano, bass, backing vocals;
Phil Moody, accordion;
Jude Abbott, euphonium, trumpet, backing vocals;
Boff Whalley, ukulele-banjo, backing vocals

Tracks

  1. Big Society! (2.42)
  2. Who's Running the Show? (3.57)
  3. The Man from the Double Standard (1.49)
  4. How's Your Father? (2.42)
  5. No-One Trusts a Copper Anymore (3.42)
  6. The Old School Tie (4.32)
  7. The Knives Are Out (1.18)
  8. Barry's Magic Song (1.37)
  9. It's the Same the Whole World Over (4.38)
  10. Oil! (3.04)
  11. Sometimes (2.30)
  12. We're Not in This Together (1.10)
  13. If It's a Sin, Count Me In (2.34)

> Folk Music > Records > Chumbawamba: Going, Going

Chumbawamba: Going, Going

Chumbawamba: Going, Going (No Masters NMDVD01)

Going, Going
Live at Leeds City Varieties
Chumbawamba

No Masters NMDVD01 (CD, UK, December 2012)

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Chumbawumba ive at Leeds City Varieties;
Their last ever UK show, recorded on October 31, 2012

Live sound: Alaric Neville;
Recorded by David Crickmore, Steve Warner;
Stage manager Alyson Howe;
Live mix and mastering by Neil Ferguson;
Filming and editing Bradley TV;
Sleeve design and notes by Boff Whalley

Musicians

Jude Abbott, vocals, trumpet;
Neil Ferguson, vocals, guitar;
Phil Moody, vocals, accordion;
Lou Watts, vocals, percussion;
Boff Whalley, vocals, guitar

with
Harry Hamer, cajon [4, 8-9, 12-14, 16-17, 20-21], drum [6-7, 9, 18], vocals [19];
Belinda O'Hooley, piano [4-9, 12-14, 16-18, 20-21], vocals [19]

and
Danbert Nobacon, vocals [1,14, 17, 19-20];
Heidi Tidow, vocals [9, 19];
Roy Bailey, vocals [11, 19];
Alice Nutter, vocals [14, 16, 19];
Dunstan Bruce, vocals [18-20];
Paul Greco, mouth organ [18], vocals [19];
Barry Coope, vocals [19];
Ray Hearne, vocals [19]

Tracks

  1. Introduction
  2. Add Me
  3. Song on the Times
  4. Voices
  5. A Stitch in Time
  6. Jacob´s Ladder
  7. Homophobia
  8. Timebomb
  9. Torturing James Hetfield
  10. By and By
  11. Word Bomber
  12. Ratatatay
  13. (I Don't Want to) Fade Away
  14. Big Mouth Strikes Again
  15. Pinochet's Love Song
  16. On eBay
  17. A Man Walks Into a Bar
  18. Tubthumping
  19. El Fusilado
  20. Enough is Enough
  21. Bella Ciao

All songs written by Chumbawumba except
Tracks 3, 21 trad. arr. Chumbawamba;
Track 5 Mike Waterson