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  • Pipers Folk LP

    £20.00Price

    Pipers' Folk was privately produced, and the first album recorded after Brenda took over running the folk club. The recording engineer, Charles Horrell, from the Video Recording Company in Worcestershire, brought all his equipment down and recorded mostly in the club, although 4 tracks were recorded in  the Newlyn Meadery. The sleeve art was created by Brenda's brother Peter Ellery, and the Piper logo - used ever after at the club - by Brenda. The photo on the reverse was an amalgamation of two others...

     

    Some of these albums have Radio Cornwall stickers on the cover, but the vinyl appears to be in good condition. Due to their age - nearly 50 years! - these are quite rare...

    SKU: PF1
    • Tracks

      Side 1: Side 2:

      1. Far Side Of The Hill

      2. Bradey Bradey

      3. Stars

      4. Come All Ye Fair & Tender Maidens

      5. A Good Man Is Hard To Find

      6. When Morning Breaks

      7. Chickens

      8. I'm Troubled

      1. Stagalee

      2. Coming Of The Roads

      3. Hold On To Me, Babe

      4. Cockleshells

      5. Round And Round

      6. Winter Winds Of Sorrow

      7. The First Time Ever

      8. Tom Bawcocks Eve

       

    • RETURN & REFUND POLICY

      As all the albums I am offering for sale are vintage, these are not factory new copies... although we believe most are unlikely to have been used. We do check for any obvious signs of damage, but the LPs are not individually photographed, and you may find light signs of cosmetic wear etc.

      If you just want to return the item as you are unhappy with minor wear to the sleeve etc, we will refund on receipt of the returned item, but the postage both ways must be at your own expense. 

      If however, you are unhappy with your purchase as you have found unacceptable damage which mars your listening pleasure, we will refund you in full, including return postage, once we have received the item back and had a chance to examine it.