Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly - Golden Grates and the Rampin' Cat mp3 downloadPerformer: Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly
Title: Golden Grates and the Rampin' Cat
Style: British Folk-Rock
Location: Livingston Studios, Barnet, North London
Released: April 28, 2008
Date of recording: October, 1976
Size MP3 version: 1950 mb
Size FLAC version: 1338 mb
Size WMA version: 1383 mb
Format: VOC MOD AA TTA MMF MP4
Genre: Pop Rock
Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly - Golden Grates and the Rampin' Cat mp3 download
Michael Hebbert, Andrew Frank - The Rampin' Cat: Songs, Ballads, and English Country Dance Tunes, Played on the Jeffries Duet Concertina (LP, Album).
Roaring Jelly is a large Contra Dance band founded in 1970.
Michael Hebbert, Roaring Jelly. Michael Hebbert, Roaring Jelly. Golden Grates and the Rampin' Cat. Free Reed Records.
The first, "GOLDEN GRATES," finds Roaring Jelly sounding like a banjo-frailing marriage of Sha Na Na and the Holy Modal Rounders as they fuse '50s rock & roll, jug bands, and jaunty British country music on fare such as "Trev and the Rock and Roll Rockets" and "What a Silly Place to Kiss a Girl.
Profile: Clive met Derek Pearce in 1970 at Nottingham Art College, which was about to be swallowed up by Trent Polytechnic (now Nottingham Trent University). The college then had a thriving folk club, packed to the rafters every week. Clive and Derek were regular solo performers but got on well and soon teamed up as a duo, to good response. They specialised in lively instrumentals, music hall songs and anything else they fancied (Me And My Teddy Bear was a favourite!). He sang and played bass with Derby folk band The Druids, who had a strong following and a record contract with Argo (folk subsidiary of major label Decca!). Derek had played a bit with them and guested on one of their albums. Roaring Jelly's Golden Grates (LP, Album).
Roaring Jelly, Michael Hebbert. Golden Grates and the Rampin' Cat (CD).
Tucked Up In A Flowerbed With My) Rose. A3. Mansfield Royal Visit. A4. Trev And The Rock And Roll Rockets. A5. Mazawattee Tea-Break. Dance with us on 3rd Fridays with various Callers: 9/21 Tony Parkes 10/19 Dereck Kalish. Joshua Aaron Goldman.
Michael Hebbert (from The Rampin' Cat, FRR 009, 1977). 6. Tumbling through the hay. - Joe Holmes & Len Graham (from Chaste Muses, Bards & Sages, FRR 007. Golden Tango. Gordon Cutty (from A Grand Old-fashioned Dance, FRR 006, 1978). Roaring Jelly (from Roaring Jelly's Golden Grates, FRR 013, 1977). Typically replies within a few hours. Contact Roaring Jelly on Messenger. The Sudbury Savoyards.
|1||Family Christmas||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||4:26|
|2||(Tucked Up in a Flowerbed with My) Rose||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||3:25|
|3||Mansfield Royal Visit||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||4:49|
|4||Trev and the Rock and Roll Rockets||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||3:50|
|5||Mazawattee Tea-Break||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||2:44|
|6||Home-To-Tea Girl||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||3:33|
|7||Last Night on the Back Porch||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||3:52|
|8||Monster Movie Nightmare Blues||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||5:00|
|9||Riff-Raff||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||3:06|
|10||What a Silly Place to Kiss a Girl||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||2:34|
|11||For the Sake of Days Gone By Jimmy Rogers||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||4:47|
|12||You and Me and a Wind-Up Gramophone||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||5:28|
|13||Medley: Logan Water/Orkney Rope Waltz/Pete's Peerie Boat/Albert's Hornp||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||5:07|
|14||Gathering Codpieces||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||1:37|
|15||I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||3:22|
|16||Icicle Joe, The Eskimo||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||2:02|
|17||The Quaker's Wife||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||1:55|
|18||Buddy, Can You Spare a Dime?||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||3:52|
|19||The Dambusters' March||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||2:57|
|20||The Indian Queen||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||1:46|
|21||Allan Water||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||2:50|
|22||Medley: Star of the County Down/The American Boot-Dance/Jenny Lind Polk||Michael Hebbert / Roaring Jelly||4:28|
CreditsSue Dransfield - Cover Design
Andrew Frank - Vocals
Michael Hebbert - Concertina, Primary Artist
Michael Hibbert - Primary Artist
Mike Hockenhull - Remastering
Nic Kinsey - Engineer
Roaring Jelly - Primary Artist
Jimmy Rogers - Composer
David Slater - Photography
Danny Stradling - Melodeon, Tambourine
Rod Stradling - Melodeon, Tambourine
John Tams - Audio Production, Banjo, Producer
Neil Wayne - Audio Production, Coordination, Liner Notes, Producer