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Just Another Saturday Night

Just Another Saturday Night (Musical Traditions MTCD309/10)

Just Another Saturday Night
Sussex 1960
Songs from Country Pubs
Various Artists

Musical Traditions Records MTCD309/10 (2 CD, UK, 2001)

All the recordings were made by Brian Matthews at song sessions in The Cherry Tree, Copthorne; The Plough, Three Bridges; The Oak Tree, Ardingley; The Royal Oak, Milton Street; The Three Cups, Punnetts Town and the Abergavenny Arms, Copthorne as indicated below the track list.

Musical Traditions booklet notes by Rod Stradling et al.

Musicians

Bill Agate, Jack Arnoll, Harry Holman, Jim ‘Brick’ Harber, George ‘Pop’ Maynard, Cyril Phillips, Bill Porter, Sarah Porter, Ted and Bet Porter, Louie Sanders, George Spicer, Scan Tester, Jim Wilson

Tracks

CD 1

  1. Jim Wilson: Barbara Allen (Roud 54; Child 84; G/D 6:1193; Henry H236) (4.35)
  2. George Spicer: The Cunning Cobbler (Roud 174) (4.43)
  3. Louie Saunders: Young Maria (Jealousy) (Roud 1478) (2.18)
  4. George ‘Pop’ Maynard: Lansdown Fair (Roud 137) (3.23)
  5. Harry Holman: What Is the Life of a Man? (Roud 848) (2.49)
  6. Jim ‘Brick’ Harber: A Bricklayer Bold (Roud 971) (3.06)
  7. Bill Porter: Do You Want Us to Lose the War? (Roud 16707) (1.44)
  8. Jack Arnoll: The Oak and the Ash (Roud 269; Laws K43; G/D 7:1429) (2.33)
  9. Scan Tester: The Lakes of Coldflynn (Roud 189; Laws Q33; G/D 2:228; Henry H176) (2.39)
  10. George ‘Pop’ Maynard: My Lot Took the Cake (Roud 16631) (0.29)
  11. Sarah Porter: The Wind Across the Wild Moor (Roud 155; Laws P21; G/D 6:1175) (1.47)
  12. Jim Wilson: Rigs of London Town (Roud 868; G/D 2:299) (2.10)
  13. George Spicer: The Folkestone Murder (Roud 897) (4.05)
  14. George ‘Pop’ Maynard: The Pride of Kildare (Roud 962; Laws P6) (3.55)
  15. Harry Holman: The Nobleman and the Thresher (Roud 19; G/D 3:437; Henry H622) (1.58)
  16. Cyril Phillips: The Rest of the Day is Your Own (Roud 1485) (3.59)
  17. unknown singer: The Girl I Love So True (Roud 9553) (1.07)
  18. George ‘Pop’ Maynard: The Poor Old Weaver's Daughter (Roud 1277) (3.06)
  19. Bill Agate: Untitled Polka (0.38)
  20. Sarah Porter: Died for Love (Roud 60; Laws P25; G/D 6:1170; Henry H683) (2.30)
  21. George Spicer: The Scarlet and the Blue (Roud 163) (3.44)
  22. Jim Wilson: Never Go A-Rushing (Roud 330) (2.02)
  23. George ‘Pop’ Maynard: The Week Before Easter (Roud 154; G/D 6:1198) (2.53)
  24. Ted and Bet Porter: The Croppy Boy (Roud 1030; Laws J14) (1.24)
  25. Cyril Phillips: She's Proud and She's Beautiful (Roud 16652) (4.16)
  26. George ‘Pop’ Maynard: Down By the Seaside (Roud 1712) (4.09)

CD 2

  1. Harry Holman: The Hobnail Boots that Father Wore (Roud 16704) (1.56)
  2. Jim ‘Brick’ Harber: The Cabin Boy and the Lady Gay (Roud 1168) (6.43)
  3. Cyril Phillips: Joe the Carrier Lad (Roud 1080; G/D 3:457; Henry H171) (3.33)
  4. Sarah Porter: Down By the Deep River Side (Roud 263; Laws P35; G/D 2:200) (3.26)
  5. George ‘Pop’ Maynard: Patsy Flanagan (Roud 16632) (4.26)
  6. Bill Porter: The Bonny Bunch of Roses (Roud 664; Laws J5; G/D 1:155) (1.46)
  7. Harry Holman: The Valley of Switzerland (Roud 16708) (2.45)
  8. George ‘Pop’ Maynard: Rolling in the Dew (Roud 298; G/D 4:812) (4.25)
  9. Sarah Porter: The Bitter Withy (Roud 452) (2.01)
  10. Jim ‘Brick’ Harber: Brennan on the Moor (Roud 476; Laws L7; G/D 2:258) (3.34)
  11. George Spicer: The Volunteer Organist (Roud 5378) (4.53)
  12. Jim Porter: Brianey O'Lynn (Roud 294; Henry H480a) (2.36)
  13. George ‘Pop’ Maynard: Oxford City (Roud 218; Laws P30; G/D 2:210) (5.07)
  14. Jim Wilson: Buttercup Joe (Roud 1635) (2.37)
  15. Sarah Porter: Once I Had a Dark Eyed Lover (Roud 16637) (1.34)
  16. Jim Porter: Spencer the Rover (Roud 1115) (2.14)
  17. George ‘Pop’ Maynard: Rumpsy Bumpsy (Roud 1212) (1.35)
  18. Cyril Phillips: The Dying Stockman (Roud 7994) (3.17)
  19. Sarah Porter: The Game of All Fours (Roud 232) (1.27)
  20. Harry Holman & George ‘Pop’ Maynard: Cremona (Lamorna) (Roud 16636) (1.06)
  21. Harry Holman: The Young Sailor Cut Down (Roud 2; Laws Q26; G/D 7:1404; Henry H680) (2.00)
  22. unknown singer: What D'you Think of That? (Roud 16706) (2.08)
  23. Sarah Porter: The Outlandish Knight (Roud 21; Child 4; G/D 2:225; Henry H163) (1.16)
  24. George ‘Pop’ Maynard: William Lennard (Roud 189; Laws Q33; G/D 2:228; Henry H176) (5.34)
  25. Scan Tester & the company: The Dark Eyed Sailor (Roud 265; Laws N35; G/D 5:1037; Henry H232) (0.59)

CD 1 tracks 2, 13, 21, CD 2 track 11 recorded 12.11.59 at The Oak Tree, Ardingley;
CD 1 tracks 4-5, 14, CD 2 track 21 recorded 16.12.59 at The Cherry Tree, Copthorne;
CD 1 tracks 1, 6, 8, CD 2 tracks 2, 10, 13 recorded 10.2.60 at The Plough, Three Bridges;
CD 1 tracks 16, 25 recorded 18.2.60 at The Cherry Tree, Copthorne;
CD 1 tracks 10, 12, 15, 18, 22-23, 26, CD 2 tracks 1, 5, 7-8, 14, 17, 20, 24 recorded 18.5.60 at The Cherry Tree, Copthorne;
CD 1 track 3, 19 recorded 27.5.60 at the Abergavenny Arms, Copthorne;
CD 1 track 9, 17, CD 2 tracks 3, 18, 22, 25 recorded 27.5.60 at The Royal Oak, Milton Street;
CD 1 tracks 7, 11, 20, 24, CD 2 tracks 4, 6, 9, 12, 15-16, 19, 23 recorded in 1965 at The Three Cups, Punnetts Town