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Phil Beer – Rhythm Methodist (2005)

8-08-2014, 14:22
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Phil Beer – Rhythm Methodist (2005)

Artist: Phil Beer
Title Of Album: Rhythm Methodist
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Hands On Music HMCD 21
Genre: Folk
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 129 MB | 438 MB
Total Time: 66:04
Website: Discogs

CD 1 · Songs:
01. Old Riley 03:47
02. All My Loves Laughter 02:52
03. Fire In The Hole 03:40
04. The Holy Brook 03:10
05. Limbo 05:20
06. Our Lady Of The Well 03:01
07. Abroad For Pleasure 03:39
08. Acadian Driftwood 06:07

CD 2 · Instrumentals:
01. Gloucester Hornpipe | Off To California 05:43
02. Vive L'Amour | Masters Of This Hall 03:40
03. Alex Patterson's Return 03:00
04. Varso Vianna 02:48
05. Lizzie's Set 03:28
06. Telling Me Lies 05:26
07. Mampy Moose | Brilliant Pepples | Philip Brunels 03:39
08. Flowers Of The Forest | When This Bloody War Is Over 06:50

Phil Beer is one half of the Folk band Show Of Hands.

Song info from the booklet:
Old Riley
One of Dylans trad. songs, taught to me by Ashley Hutchings and recorded by the Albion Band on the 1990 album.

All My Loves Laughter
An obscure Jim Webb song which Chris While originally suggested for Deb Sandlands album of supernatural songs "Semer Water". I liked it and kept it for myself.

Fire In The Hole
Always wanted to do a Steely Dan song. The rain arrived as if to order.

The Holy Brook
One of Gloucestershire poet Frank Mansells works set to music by old friend and singer/songwriter Johnny Coppin.

Show of Hands recorded this song on our earliest sessions "in the barn". This version is closer to the Neville Brothers interpretation.

Our Lady Of The Well
Our old friend John Bickford first introduced us to Jackson Browne way back in the seventies and nothing was ever the same again. Deb Sandland adds her dulcet tones.

Abroad For Pleasure
I did several runs of "Lakrise" with the Albion Band and this was my favourite song from the pub scene close to the end of the play.

Acadian Driftwood
The entire story of a people in one song. Once again brought back to my attention by Ashley Hutchins.

Gloucester Hornpipe / Off To California
I learnt the first tune from the great English fiddle player Paul Burgess of the Old Swan Band. The second tune is a Ceilidh standard.

Vive L'Amour / Masters Of This Hall
A Breton tune learned from Johnny Coppin who got it from Pierre Bensusan.

Alex Patterson's Return
To celebrate young master Alex Pattersons triumphant return from his expedition to the east.

Varso Vianna
Another Ceilidh tune.

Lizzie's Set
A jig and a reel featuring Lizzie Wescott on fiddle.

Telling Me Lies
Recorded a couple of years ago at The Patterson Family barn and finally laid to rest on this album. Steve Crickett plays drums and percussion, Nick Quarmby plays bass.

Mampy Moose / Brilliant Pebbles / Philip Brunels
A live set with Gareth Turner on diatonic accordian. The first two tunes are from the great reggae/folk band E2 and the last tune is from Quebec.

Flowers Of The Forest / When This Bloody War Is Over
The first tune was learnt from Fairport. The second is the gospel hymn learned in the Methodist chapel all those years ago. The words are from the trenches of the first world war.

More info here:
His website



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