Saturday Johnny & Jimmy The Rat
Alistair Hulett and Dave Swarbrick
Red RattlerReleased: 1996
Catalogue Number: RATCD003
Running Time: 40mins
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|1||Saturday Johnny And Jimmy The Rat||3:37||.|| £0.79
|2||In The Days Of '49||3:20||.|| £0.79
|3||An Bunan Buidhie (The Yellow Bittern)||5:20||.|| £0.79
|4||Blue Murder||3:19||.|| £0.79
|5||The Earl Of Errol||4:28||.|| £0.79
|6||The Tattie Howkin'||2:09||.|| £0.79
|7||A Migrant's Lullabye||4:21||.|| £0.79
|8||Ways Of A Rover||2:30||.|| £0.79
|9||The Forfar Sodger||4:28||.|| £0.79
|10||Behind Barbed Wire||4:35||.|| £0.79
|11||The Old Divide And Rule||2:15||.|| £0.79
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Another 'deep' folk song collection, a few trad. but the main as singer-songwriter with Alistair's social observations from his native Scotland and his adopted home in Australia meaning that a few folk are getting it in the neck, Australians or not.
The front cover photo is a bit unflattering. Neither Alistair nor Dave were ever quite that bad looking.
Have a listen. It's good socialist stuff.
LineupAlistair Hulett - Guitar & Vocals
Dave Swarbrick - Fiddle
John Deery - Uilleann Pipes
Lindsey Martin - Violin (both Tk.11)