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Steeleye Span Fanzine
“The Tune and the Tale”

This is the Volume 3 of the Steeleye Span fanzines by David Tomlinson (notes) and Audrey Sanderson (illustrations), published in October 2004.

The 20 page A4 volume has extensive explanations of the location and historical background of 10 Steeleye Span titles:

(The list of covered songs and tunes will be here soon.)

> Steeleye Span > Fanzine “DateSpan”

Steeleye Span Fanzine
“DateSpan”

This is the Volume 2 of the Steeleye Span fanzines by David Tomlinson (notes) and Audrey Sanderson (illustrations), published in 2001.

This 22 page A4 volume contains

  1. a timeline,
  2. a list of TV, radio and video appearances,
  3. a list of music papers and newspapers articles,
  4. and an extensive gig list.

> Steeleye Span > Fanzine “The Song and the Story”

Steeleye Span Fanzine
“The Song and the Story”

Not to be confused with Isla St Clair's now unavailable BBC record The Song and the Story (which involved Steeleye Span's members Maddy Prior, Nigel Pegrum and Rick Kemp), this “The Song and the Story” is Volume 1 of a fanzine by David Tomlinson (notes) and Audrey Sanderson (illustrations), published in September 2001.

The 16 page A4 volume has extensive explanations of the location and historical background of ten Steeleye Span titles plus one Tim Hart and Maddy Prior song:

These eleven songs are illustratred with ten fine full page pictures by Audrey Sanderson. All illustrations are based wherever possible on the actual people and/or places involved. And, if you like riddles, you can find some more songs hidden in the pictures:

Where to get them

You can these fanzines, The Song and the Story, DateSpan and The Tune and the Tale, for £ 7 each (UK and Europe). Please send a check payable to David Tomlinson to

David Tomlinson
59 Saltscar
Redcar
Cleveland
TS10 2PH

(Sorry but he is currently not available by e-mail.)

David needs to sell at least 100 copies to consider producing more fanzines of which he hopes to do 3 or 4 over the next few years.