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Any Mother Doesn't Grumble (CD)
Mick Softley's 1972 album released for the first time on CD. Born in 1941 in South Woodford, Essex, Mick Softley was at the forefront of the folk revival scene of the early 1960s. Mick helped Donovan with guitar-picking styles when they were both involved with the folk club in The Cock pub in St Albans. Later, Donovan would record two of Mick's songs 'The War Drags On' and 'Goldwatch Blues'. Recorded at The Manor in Oxfordshire and at Sound Techniques, Chelsea, musicians included Jerry Donahue (Fotheringay / Fairport Convention), Gerry Conway (Fotheringay), Pat Donaldson (Fotheringay), Barry de Souza (Curved Air) and Lyn Dobson (Manfred Mann / Soft Machine). Produced by Tony Cox, talented keyboard player who played with Sandy Denny and Mike Heron.
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Type: CD
Recorded: 1972
Release Date: 2016-03-01
Label: Morello
Country: Euro
Item No: MRLL65
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Track List
01 The Song That I Sing 4:49
02 Hello Little Flower 2:04
03 Sing While You Can 3:17
04 The Minstrel Song 2:31
05 Magdalene's Song 1:40
06 Traveller's Song 2:32
07 From The Land Of The Crab 3:14
08 Lady Willow 3:22
09 Great Wall Of Cathay 2:59
10 If Wishes Were Horses 4:21
11 Have You Ever Really Seen The Stars 7:17
12 I'm So Confused 3:06
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