Hutchings, Ashley - Kickin' Up The Sawdust

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1977 UK Original In Glossy, Unplayed Condition. “This Is Almost Son Of Morris On, Although It Does Move Outside That Tradition To Take In All Forms Of Country Dance, Even The Scots-Accented "Waves Of Joy." But This Is Meant To Be Far More Than A Record For Listening. Each Track Comes With Quite Specific Dancing Instructions -- A Way To Kick Up The Sawdust. These Are Old Dances, And Group Dances, So Don't Try Them Alone. However, There Can Be Fun In Just Hearing The Record Without Moving Your Feet, Especially The Way The Standard "Tavern In The Town" Is Called As A Square Dance. For All That It's Credited To Ashley Hutchings In Many Ways, This Is An Albion Band Album, Since More Than Half Of The Musicians Are Alumni Of That Shifting Organization. However, This Is Definitely Not That Group's Folk-Rock, Even Though It Uses Electric Bass, Guitar, And Drums. It's Very True To The Spirit Of Country Dance, Performing The Melodies In Strict Tempo For A Crowd That's Aiming To Move Around The Floor, With Concertina And Melodeon To The Fore.” – Chris Nickson, AMG

Artist: Hutchings, Ashley Title: Kickin' Up The Sawdust Genre: Folk Type: Used - LP Label: Harvest Catalog ID: SHSP 4073 Country: UK Our ID: 108005
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