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Right then.

New stuff up includes.

Me and Irene Shettle

Me and Stocai

Me and Groupa

Me and Crows/Ian Blake

Me and Keith Kendrick

Me and PJD/Martyn Wyndham-Read Band (includes Iris Bishop)

Me and The Fraser Sisters

 

Plus sessions for friends

Lebedek, The Watch, Bill Martin and Rosie Cross, Polkaworks....etc!

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Enjoy!

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Right then.

New stuff up includes.

Me and Irene Shettle

Me and Stocai

Me and Groupa

Me and Crows/Ian Blake

Me and Keith Kendrick

Me and PJD/Martyn Wyndham-Read Band (includes Iris Bishop)

Me and The Fraser Sisters

 

Plus sessions for friends

Lebedek, The Watch, Bill Martin and Rosie Cross, Polkaworks....etc!

Running out of upload bandwidth now!!

Enjoy!

The Ralph Jordan floodgates have opened. Watch out!

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Right then.

New stuff up includes.

Me and Irene Shettle

Me and Stocai

Me and Groupa

Me and Crows/Ian Blake

Me and Keith Kendrick

Me and PJD/Martyn Wyndham-Read Band (includes Iris Bishop)

Me and The Fraser Sisters

 

Plus sessions for friends

Lebedek, The Watch, Bill Martin and Rosie Cross, Polkaworks....etc!

Running out of upload bandwidth now!!

Enjoy!

The Ralph Jordan floodgates have opened. Watch out!

Unlikely Jody.

It's a cheap website, and I've almost filled my Upload capability!

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I presume that Ralph is now working on his new book series.

 

Concertina sexing for begginers.

More concertina sexing.

Teach yourself concertina sexing.

Advanced concertina sexing.

The further joys of concertina sexing.

Stop yourself concertina sexing.

 

(With appologies to Monty Python).

 

Robin Madge.

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I presume that Ralph is now working on his new book series.

 

(With appologies to Monty Python).

 

 

I wasn't aware that Monty Python wrote a series of books on the concertina. Still; if it was anything like "The Life of Brian", surely it must have been the definitive work.

 

Ralph will have his work cut out .....

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Right then.

New stuff up includes.

Me and Irene Shettle

Me and Stocai

Me and Groupa

Me and Crows/Ian Blake

Me and Keith Kendrick

Me and PJD/Martyn Wyndham-Read Band (includes Iris Bishop)

Me and The Fraser Sisters

 

Plus sessions for friends

Lebedek, The Watch, Bill Martin and Rosie Cross, Polkaworks....etc!

Running out of upload bandwidth now!!

Enjoy!

The Ralph Jordan floodgates have opened. Watch out!

Unlikely Jody.

It's a cheap website, and I've almost filled my Upload capability!

maybe an album is in order...you could call it "Now that's what I call Ralphie"

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The Monty Python reference was to either the "Big Red Book" or "Complete works" where they have a list of suggested reading which includes "Toad sexing for beginners" etc.

 

My brain has loads of these obscure useless cnnections!

 

Robin Madge

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Just to let people know.

The website has got a bright new shiny PayPal clicky thing now (Thanks to Sheena)

So, there is no excuse for not getting Granny that "Must Have" Christmas present from anywhere in the world!!

Thank you for your kind attention

Ralphie

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  • 3 weeks later...

What Ralphie forgot to say in his state of enthusiasm was that Baz Parkes' review of "Eloise" in "English Dance and Song" (or EDS) was exceedingly favourable (and very rightly so. Ar risk of being thought partisan, in my opinion it's eminently listenable to. I have CD's at home which were recorded by other friends which have only seen the daylight once, been played once, and laid reverently to rest. In the case of "Eloise" - she's still out in the daylight and has been played quite regularly since I got my own copy).

 

I think it's worth quoting Baz in part :

 

"Rarely have I heard a recording which conveys such levels of artistry and enjoyment in equal measure, whilst the adjective "eclectic" might have been coined for the contents. From Kent to Sweden via Battersea and the Light Programme, there's something for everyone".

In other words, I think you could say that he liked it, as the rest of his review confirms.

 

If anyone is down in my neck of the woods (ie Guildford way) I have a small supply of Ralphie's CD to sell for him - so if you're not going to buy it via Paypal, you could always try buying one from me.

 

(And Ralphie's not paying me either :P )

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