Performer – Andy Metcalfe, Morris Windsor, Otis Horns Fletcher
Rights Society: GEMA
Label Code: LC 0972
Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): B-1966-A
Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): B-1966-B
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Verlag "pläne" GmbH
Licensed From – Midnight Music Ltd.
Songs in album Robyn Hitchcock - The Bells Of Rhymney 1984. Robyn Hitchcock - The Bells Of Rhymney. Robyn Hitchcock - Falling Leaves. Robyn Hitchcock - Winter Love. Robyn Hitchcock - The Bones In The Ground. The Bells of Rhymney is a song first recorded by folk singer Pete Seeger, which consists of Seeger's own music and words written by Welsh poet Idris Davies. The lyrics to the song were drawn from part of Davies' poetic work Gwalia Deserta, which was first published in 1938. The work was inspired by a local coal mining disaster and by the failure of the 1926 General Strike, with the Bells of Rhymney stanzas following the pattern of the nursery rhyme Oranges and Lemons. In addition to Rhymney, the. Robyn Hitchcock produced many short EPs during the 1980's. Some of these are singles showcases that surround the title track with various obscurities, while others consist entirely of non-LP cuts. This release is one of the latter type. The title track is a faithful cover of the Byrds' version of this song, complete with ringing, twangy guitar textures it is not the same version, however, that appears on the Soft Boys album Two Halves for the Price of One. 2009 г. The Byrds - The Bells of Rhymney 1965 LP: Mr. Tambourine of Rhymney. Robyn Hitchcock. Released 1984. Bells of Rhymney Tracklist. Bells Of Rhymney Lyrics. Falling Leaves Lyrics. About Bells of Rhymney. This was a direct predecessor to Robyns second full band. The lineup of Hitchock, Andy Metcalfe, and Morris Windsor was reunited for the A-side, as the Soft Boys used to play the title cut live. Together with Roger Jackson, they would go on to form Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians the following year. The EP was recorded and released in recognition of the 1984 coalmine strikes. Bells of Rhymney Q&A. Bells Of Rhymney. Album 2008. In playlists. View all. Frau Kancheva. Meine Lieblingsmusik. Robyn Hitchcock - Bells Of Rhymney. from Fegmania by Robyn Hitchcock. Buy the Full Digital Album. Robyn Hitchcock Fegmania - CD. Compact Disc CD Digital Album. The first album by The Egyptians, the album is a departure from Robyn's more stripped down work on I Often Dream of Trains. The album also features period bonus tracks hand-picked by Hitchcock that do not appear on the original album. Includes unlimited streaming of Fegmania via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Buy Compact Disc. Listen to Robyn Hitchcock Radio featuring songs from The Bells of Rhymney free online. Слушать бесплатное интернет-радио, спорт, музыку, новости, разговорное и подкасты. События в прямом эфире, трансляции игр NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, университетских команд и матчи Премьер-лиги. CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, ESPN, BBC, NPR. Спорт, музыка, новости и подкасты. Слушайте аудиоконтент, который для вас наиболее важен. This song is by Robyn Hitchcock and The Egyptians and appears on the album Fegmania 1985 and on the live album Rout Of The Clones 1995 by The Soft Boys. This song is a cover of The Bells of Rhymney by Pete Seeger. Oh what will you give meSay the sad bells of RhymneyIs there hope for the futureCry the brown bells of MerthyrWho made the mine ownerSay the black bells of RhonddaAnd who killed the minerSay the grim bells of Blaenau. Robyn Hitchcock - Bells Of Rhymney Letra e música para ouvir - Oh what will you give me, Say the sad bells of Rhymney, Is there hope for the future, Cry the brown bells of Merthyr, Who made the mine owner, Say the. Say the sad bells of Rhymney Is there hope for the future Cry the brown bells of Merthyr Who made the mine owner Say the black bells of Rhondda And who killed the miner Say the grim bells of Blaenau. Put the vandals in court Say the bells of Newport All would be well if, if, if Cry the green bells of Cardiff Why so worried, sisters, why Say the silver bells of Wye And what will you give me Say the sad bells of Rhymney. Oh what will you give me