(1970) Dave Goulder & Liz Dyer – January Man

goulder dyer january man frontArgo issue number: ZFB 10

Producer: Frederick Woods
Engineer: Kevin Daly
Photographs: Tom Paley (front), Valerie Wilmer (back)

Availability
After being long deleted, Japan’s Diskunion brought out a CD of the album in 2006; now available from Dave Goulder’s web site for ₤10 incl P&P. Click here.

Musicians
Dave Goulder – vocals, guitar
Liz Dyer – vocals
John Churcher – flute

Tracks

januarymangoulderSide One

The Cuckoo (Trad. arr. Goulder)
Pigs Can See the Wind (Goulder)
The Wind on the Door (Goulder)
The January Man (Goulder)
When I was a Little Boy (Trad arr. Goulder)
Requiem (Goulder)
Queen of Hearts (Trad. arr. Goulder)

januarymandyer

Side Two
Faraway Tom (Goulder)
Sandwood Down to Kyle (Goulder)
The Calico Printer’s Clerk (Trad. arr. Goulder)
Field of the Willows (Goulder)
The Bedlam Maid (Trad. arr. Goulder)
In a Cold Unfriendly Way (Goulder)
Black is the Colour of my True Love’s Hair (Trad. arr. Goulder)

Notes
…and further details to follow

~ by folkcatalogue on September 21, 2009.

4 Responses to “(1970) Dave Goulder & Liz Dyer – January Man”

  1. I really hate that photo of me. lol Liz Dyer aka Cirdaneth.

  2. A truly stunning album, there is so much quality here, it seems to get better with each play,sympathetically remastered in japan, it would have been great to have this in a cardboard mini LP style, maybe next time.

  3. Definitely of the best end of the early British folk revival artiste menu. In both cases. Dave and Liz were two of the best voices and song deliverers ever! This a great album!

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