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Capers & Rhymes

Tim Laycock: Capers & Rhymes (Greenwich Village GVR 216)

Capers & Rhymes
Tim Laycock

Greenwich Village GVR 216 (LP, UK, 1980)

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Produced by Tim Laycock;
Recorded by John Gill at Leader Sound in May 1980;
Mastered at Pye by Tony Bridge;
Sleeve design by Mike Walsh

Musicians

Tim Laycock, vocals, duet concertina, percussion, handbells;
Peter Bond, clarinet;
Bill Caddick, national steel guitar;
Bill Horne, tenor banjo

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. New Year Song / La Guignolee (3.34)
  2. The Man Who Broke The Bank at Monte Carlo (2.54)
  3. A Trampwoman's Song (5.25)
  4. The Light of the Moon (Roud 21234) (3.45)
  5. Gavioli Capers (5.31)
  1. The Outlandish Knight (Roud 21; Child 4; G/D 2:225; Henry H163) (4.44)
  2. How Zamel Got Upsides Wi' Camel Clock (4.07)
  3. Six Dukes Went A-Hunting (Roud 78) / Munster Cloak (4.18)
  4. Morrissey and the Russian Sailor (Roud 2150; Laws H18) (4.16)
  5. Row On (Roud 2084) (3.30)

Track 1a Tim Laycock, Peter Bond;
Tracks 1b, 4, 6, 8ab, 9-10 trad. arr. Tim Laycock;
Track 2 F. Gilbert;
Track 3 Tim Laycock, Hardy;
Track 5 Tim Laycock;
Track 7 Copyright Control;

> Folk Music > Records > Peter Bond, Bill Caddick, Tim Laycock: A Duck on His Head

Peter Bond, Bill Caddick, Tim Laycock: A Duck on His Head

Peter Bond, Bill Caddick, Tim Laycock: A Duck on His Head (Highway SHY 7012)

A Duck on His Head
Peter Bond, Bill Caddick, Tim Laycock

Highway SHY 7012 (LP, UK, 1980)

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Arranged and produced by Peter Bond, Bill Caddick and Tim Laycock;
Recorded by John Gill at Leadersound;
Executive producer John Zollmann;
Photography by Janet Kerr;
Sleeve design by John Crane

Musicians

Peter Bond, vocals, guitar, clarinet, harmonica, temple block, bass drum;
Bill Caddick, 12 string guitar, bongos, harmonica, tirangle, high hat, damper;
Tim Laycock, vocals, duet concertina, banjolele, acme siren, cymbal, bells

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Winter Quarters (4.30)
  2. Walk Up, Walk Up (4.12)
  3. Fiery Hoops (3.30)
  4. Three Brass Balls (4.27)
  5. The Waldemars (3.30)
  6. Captain Valiant (4.21)
  1. Sideshows (4.50)
  2. See Me Up, See Me Down (2.25)
  3. The Clown's Anatomy (3.21)
  4. Jack Pudding (3.33)
  5. Little Billee on Parade (4.36)
  6. Circus Lullaby (5.18)

Tracks 1, 5, 7 Peter Bond, Bill Caddick;
Tracks 2, 11-12 Tim Laycock;
Track 3, 8 Peter Bond;
Track 4 Peter Bond, Bill Caddick, Tim Laycock;
Track 9 trad. with additional words by Peter Bond, Bill Caddick, Tim Laycock;
Tracks 6, 10 Bill Caddick

> Folk Music > Records > Tim Laycock: Giant at Cerne

Giant at Cerne

Tim Laycock: Giant at Cerne (Dingle's DIN 320)

Giant at Cerne
Tim Laycock

Dingle's Records DIN 320 (LP, UK, 1984)

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Produced by Will Ward

Musicians

Tim Laycock, vocals, duet concertinas, club accordion, harmonicas, percussion;
Rory Allam, bass, B and A clarinets, piano, synthesisers;
Robin Jeffrey, guitar, lute, cittern, banjo, mandolin;
Roddy Skeaping, violin, baroque violin, bowed psaltery;
Will Ward, 3-hole pipe [7], bassoon [8]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Bold Lovell (Roud 534; Laws L13B)
  2. Valentine's Chant (Roud 1142)
  3. 10,000 Miles Away (Roud 1778; G/D 6:1102)
  4. Nine Burning Barrels
  5. Leo
  6. Sizewell ABC
  1. Giant at Cerne / Devil Amongst the Tailors
  2. Men of Tolpuddle
  3. I Live Not Where I Love (Roud 593)
  4. Singing the Travels (Roud 873)
  5. Voices of Things Growing in a Graveyard
  6. Dorset Militia Song (Roud 2634) / Organist's Polka

Tracks 1-3, 7b, 9-10, 12ab trad. arr. Tim Laycock;
Tracks 4-5, 7a, 8 Tim Laycock;
Track 6 words Tim Laycock, music trad.;
Track 11 words Thomas Hardy, music Tim Laycock

> Folk Music > Records > Tim Laycock: Fine Colours

Fine Colours

Tim Laycock: Fine Colours (WildGoose WGS296CD)

Fine Coloura
Tim Laycock

WildGoose Studios WGS296CD (CD, UK, 1999)

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Recorded and produced by Doug Bailey and Paul Sartin at WildGoose Studios, Wherwell, Hampshire;
Front cover design by Hedingham Fair;
Back cover by Karen Cater

Musicians

Tim Laycock, vocals [1-3, 5-10, 12-13], duet concertinas [1-5, 8-13], melodeon [12], hurdy-gurdy [1], harmonica [5], percussion [10];
Colin Thompson, fiddle [2, 4, 8, 10-11, 13], viola [11];
Robin Jeffrey, banjo [5], theorbo [7], vocals [1], percussion [1], mandolin [5];
Robert A. White, whistles [1], recorders [10], bansuri (bass Indian flute) [13];
Brian Gulland, oboe [1], piano [5], vocals [1], percussion [1];
Andy Baker, double bass [8, 11]

Tracks

  1. The Horseman (4.22)
  2. Jack Robinson (Roud 1794) (3.39)
  3. The Cuckoo (Roud 413; G/D 6:1157; Henry H479) (3.35)
  4. Shrewsbury Lasses / Over the Hills to Glory (3.45)
  5. Wounded Soldier / Sing Me to Sleep (6.58)
  6. The Peace Tree (3.49)
  7. Florence Wyndham (4.23)
  8. Billy Johnsons Ball (Roud V1240) / Cadham Wood (3.42)
  9. Hanley Church Bells (3.53)
  10. Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford (Roud 2338; Child 144) (4.48)
  11. The Village Club Waltz (4.34)
  12. Stormalong (Roud 216) (6.02)
  13. Comfrey (4.53)

All tracks trad. except
Track 6, 13 Tim Laycock;
Track 7 Phil Hewett;
Track 9 poem by Noah Heath of Sneyd Green;
Track 11 Percy Spencer

> Folk Music > Records > Tim Laycock: Sea Strands

Sea Strands

Tim Laycock: Sea Strands (WildGoose WGS376CD)

Sea Strands
Folk Songs and Tunes from Dorset
Tim Laycock

WildGoose Studios WGS376CD (CD, UK, 2010)

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Recorded and produced by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios;
Sleeve notes by Tim Laycock;
Flotsam and design by Lal Hitchcock;
Photography and design by George Wright;
Booklet photographs of Tim by George Laycock

Musicians

Tim Laycock vocals, duet concertina, melodeon, harmonica, percussion;
Robin Jeffrey, vocals, Victorian guitar, alto guitar, mandoline, laouto, percussion;
Gabriel Laycock, 12-string guitar;
Colin Thompson, fiddle, viola

Tracks

  1. The Bold Granadee (Roud 122; Child 286; G/D 1:37) / Jack’s Alive (4.50)
  2. The Night of Trafalgar [Boatman’s Song] (4.05)
  3. Ricketty Robin / Tipsy Bob tunes (2.56)
  4. Husbandman and Servantman (Roud 873) (4.58)
  5. The Turtle Dove (Roud 422) (3.28)
  6. Write Me Down (Roud 381; G/D 5:980) (3.34)
  7. A Glimpse of a Green Land tune (4.02)
  8. The Old Smith (5.15)
  9. John Barleycorn (Roud 164; G/D 3:559) (3.56)
  10. Cider and Brandy / A Trip to Bagshot tunes (2.50)
  11. The Bwoat (3.56)
  12. Death in the Nut (8.10)
  13. The Broadoak Wassail (4.28)
  14. Blackbeard’s Diamond slip jig (3.01)
  15. Farewell She (Roud 803; Henry H504) (4.31)

Tracks 1, 4-6, 9, 15 trad.;
Track 2 words Thomas Hardy (part of The Dynasts), music Tim Laycock;
Tracks 3ab Benjamin Rose (1796-1877);
Tracks 7, 12-13 Tim Laycock;
Track 8 Fred Rooke;
Tracks 10ab anon.;
Track 11 poem by William Barnes, music Tim Laycock;
Track 14 John Meade Faulkner

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Other records with Tim Laycock

Besides being with the New Scorpion Band, Tim Laycock played on these albums:

Various Artists, The Second Folk Review Record, LP, Folksound FS107, 1976

Frank Hilliar, David Strawbridge, Tim Laycock, Ethel Gumbleton, Charlie Andrews, Lydlinch Bells: A Selection from the Dialect Poetry of William Barnes, LP, Forest Tracks FT3012, 1978

The Kipper Family, The Ever Decreasing Circle, LP, Dambuster DAM 012, 1985

The Kipper Family, The Crab Wars, 2 LP, Dambuster DAM 017, 1986

Various Artists, Boxing Clever: A Concertina Compilation, CD, Milestones 9904, 1999

Hampshire Dance Musicians, Hampshire Dance Tunes, CD, WildGoose WGS325CD, 2006

Various Artists, Midwinter, 4 CD, Free Reed FRQCD 30, 2006

Marilyn Tucker & Paul Wilson, Dead Maid's Land, CD, WGS292CD, 2008