Tykes Stirrings

Tykes Stirrings
For Folk in and around Yorkshire
Tuesday, 7 July 2020
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MAKE A DATE with FILOFOLK

FF is bereft of content for the reign of the Fourth Horseman. Keep looking at the web based version in these pages for any updates or changes.

OBITUARIES

Grahame Binless
Grahame Binless
We say goodbye to Grahame Binless and Keith Brown

Friends and colleagues mark their passing. Two lives well led.

CHRIS LESLIE

'Young' Chris
'Young' Chris
24 years the New Boy

Shuffle & Go is Chris Leslie’s tenth studio album as a member of Fairport Convention, the band he joined almost 25 years ago (“But I’m still the new boy,” he reassured me .....)

PLUMBHALL

Nick & Michelle's pre lockdown antics
Nick & Michelle's pre lockdown antics
Nick and Michelle try to make sense of the performing desert we're in. "Nick: There’s a constant tension between worrying about friends, family, everyone really – wanting them to stay well – and getting on with being a musician, or any job for that matter."

"Michelle: The nature of most musicians is to be a bit like a hermit with small windows of performance and socialising, so for the most part it hasn’t seemed all that different! We squirrel ourselves away to write and record, ..."

FAY HIELD

Together apart
Together apart
Folk in the time of corona

"Strange times, eh? And what do we do in times of stress?  Many people sleep more, eat more, binge watch telly or phone their friends, I tend to take on large–scale, publicly accountable, simple–concept–but–unaccountably–naïve–in–the–estimation–of–time–and–energy–in–the–set–up–and–continuity type projects."

ROSECASTLE'S [RESTING] RAMBLES No.9

Sofa sing around
Sofa sing around

Alan and Lynda save fuel while social distancing, but there's still music to be sampled.

ANAHATA'S TUNE SPOT

Yorkshire Dales Workshop publication
Yorkshire Dales Workshop publication
A Tankard of Ale

Anahata toasts us with a tune, brimming over with notes, from the Joshua Jackson manuscripts,

MY LIFE as a KIPPER

Chapter 4 - FLEDGING

Advice on the application of makeup and mascara from Chris Sugden, as he adopts Sid's persona.

LAIKIN' wi' LYDIA

With finger in ear and Merlot in glass, Lydia D’Ustbyn self–isolates to consider 58 years of trials and tribulations from the inmates of Tykes’ Towers.

The TWOfer–VIEW

Tim with Yorkshire Coast Morris
Tim with Yorkshire Coast Morris
Tim Moon spins and chats. Parallel CD releases from the prolific Mr Moon - and a book on the way!

ONE OVER the EIGHT

Fay Hield

"Being a singer and being a record buff are not one and the same thing. Many people seem to expect me to know everything about the commercial music scene but, as my performance in pub quizzes demonstrates, this is not my specialist skill..."

REVIEW SECTION

Books

Bells and Busking, books from Pete Fawcett & Tom Kitching

Live

Five live reviews from the length and breadth. It's how it was in the olden days.

CDs

From page 48 onwards they pack the latter pages. There are deep and erudite reviews of CDs by all your favourite reviewers. All musical needs catered for; duos, compilations, themes, trad., contemporary & re-issues, local and off-cummed-uns.
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