Going Spare

John Kirkpatrick

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Free Reed
April 28, 2008

Format: Compact Disc



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After the great success of his debut Free Reed LP 'Plain Capers' John Kirkpatrick spent time in Steeleye Span, Umps & Dumps, and further explored the Morris traditions of Britain.

This late '70s LP, sprinkled with folk rock and even punk-folk classics, and with John K's new songs in a unique style, certainly turned the heads of folk fans, and introduced to the wider world the mysterious punk trio The Pork Dukes.
This ground-breaking release from the 1970s has enhanced original notes, and with extra tracks from John's 1980 Dingles single.

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Key Value
Catalogue number FRRR10
Barcode 5051078906027
Number of items 1
Packaging type Jewel Case
Imported No
Weight 100g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 142mm x 10mm x 125mm

Disc 1

Track Listing — Disc 1

Song Title Time
1. The Gas Almost Works -
2. Dan The Dustman -
3. Saint George -
4. What Do Doggies Do When They Get Bogies Up Their Nose? -
5. Slip Jigs: So There I Was/Rosy Cheeks And Purple Bloomers/Bridget's Delight And Fancy -
6. What Do You Do In The Day? -
7. Burning The Water -
8. Jogging Along With Me Reindeer -
9. As The Sun Was Setting -
10. Eddie Baker's Muckspreader -
11. Pepper In The Brandy -
12. King Neptune's Lament -
13. Jogging Along With Me Reindeer -