The January Man. Vocals, Written-By – Dave Goulder. A5. When I Was A Little Boy. Arranged By – Goulder Vocals – Dave Goulder, Liz DyerWritten-By – Trad.
Dave Goulder & Liz Dyer A Most Unpleasant Way, Sir. (play). Dave Goulder & Liz Dyer Sandwood Down To Kyle. Dave Goulder The January Man. Dave Goulder & Liz Dyer The Calico Printer's Clerk.
January Man - The Dave Goulder poem set to music by The Albion Christmas Band, from their album 'Snow On Snow', with the astrological year represented b. .Rachel Unthank and the Winterset ~ January Maneireann0. January ManMartin Carthy - Topic. Provided to UAclips by IDOL January Man · Martin Carthy Essential ℗ Topic Records Ltd. Released on: 2011-05-08 Lyricist: Goulder Dave Composer: Goulder. Damh The Bard - January Man9496Tull.
Dave Goulder's song is the unaccompanied title track of his and Liz Dyer' 1970 Argo LP January Man and of his 1986 solo CD The January Man. Martin Carthy sang The January Man unaccompanied on his 1971 album Landfall ; this track was re-released in 2001 on the 4CD anthology The Carthy Chronicles. He sang The January Man live in the Sunflower Folk Club, Belfast, on October 20, 1978; a recording of this concert was published in 2011 on the CD The January Man.
Dave Goulder was born in 1939 of a Derbyshire farming family - a railway footplate man, mountaineer, motorcyclist, classical music enthusiast, Spanish guitar player, Jew's harp virtuoso, songwriter, poet, singer, hedge layer, junk sculptor, naturalist, community arts administrator, drystone walling Master, ceilidh band member, failed mandolin player, and arthritic
Dave Goulder is a singer, guitarist, dry stonewall builder, mountain climber, railway fireman, humorist, and composer. He is best known for his song "January Man" which has been recorded by many top singers including Bolbec Road's resident crooner John 'The January Man' Arthurs and for his collections of railway songs which have received acclaim by critics and enthusiasts alike. Dave Goulder left the railway in 1961 and began mountaneering while recording his first folk records in the late 1960s progressing in time to collections of railway songs. About the jaw harp: "It is particularly well suited to Scottish music.
|Pigs Can See The Wind||2:21|
|The Wind On The Door||2:51|
|The January Man||1:55|
|When I Was A Little Boy||1:50|
|Queen Of Hearts||3:33|
|Sandwood Down To Kyle||3:05|
|The Calico Printer's Clerk||2:35|
|Field Of The Willows||2:37|
|The Bedlam Maid||3:24|
|In A Cold Unfriendly Way||3:01|
|Black Is The Colour Of My True Love's Hair||3:37|
|ZFB 10||Dave Goulder & Liz Dyer||Dave Goulder & Liz Dyer - January Man (LP)||Argo||ZFB 10||UK||1970|
|JASKCD183||Dave Goulder & Liz Dyer||Dave Goulder & Liz Dyer - January Man (CD, Album)||Vinyl Japan||JASKCD183||Japan||2006|