The Bar-Steward Sons Of Val Doonican - Cpl. Kipper's Barnsley Trades Club Turn FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Folk and World music
Title: Cpl. Kipper's Barnsley Trades Club Turn
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Hailing from Barnsley, The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican are t'North's hardest working comedy band. Instantly recognisable for their immaculate hair and their stylish dress-sense, they are the UK festival scene's undisputed Kings of Parody. Hailing from Barnsley, The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican are t'North's hardest working comedy band.
The Ballad Of Kipper Jackson 13. Cpl. Kipper's Barnsley Trades Club Turn (Reprise) 14. A Day In t'Tarn 15. Bonus Track: The Doonicans' Barnsley Trades Club Turn (Live) Cp. This ‘Kipper Revisited’ version of our first album features new or improved versions of the songs from the original album. Some of the original instrument tracks from the 2010 recordings remain, but I went back and added extra vocals and instrument tracks in November 2016 so that the album now sounds a little closer to how I originally envisaged it should. This album was pivotal to our daft little band moving in a more comedy-based direction. Hopefully this collection of songs abart Tarn still stands up on its own.
The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican: An Incomplete History Of The Yorkshire's Hardest-Working Comedy Band. The line-up of The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican has changed significantly since the band formed in 2006. With the central theme of the album being all about 'Barnsley' as a town, and its inhabitants, the 'Cpl Kipper' album featured some Barnsley-themed parodies of popular music, covers of northern comedy songs by Scott's heroes (Mike Harding and Tony Capstick) and even a straight acoustic cover of South Yorkshire heavy metal heroes Saxon's 'Strong Arm of The Law' (which.
The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican have produced an album of songs about Barnsley, including The Ballad of Kipper Jackson, and Tarnlife, a based on the Blur hit Parklife. In a nod to the Beatles 1967 album Sgt Pepper's Lonely hearts Club Band, they've called their album Cpl Kipper's Barnsley Trades Club Turn. Member Scott Doonican said: "It just came to us one morning after a Saturday night out, let's do an album cover based on Sgt Pepper's but with Barnsley people.
The third album by Barnsley's comedy-rock trio sees them moving from straight cover versions to full out parody.
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Album: Cpl. Kipper's Barnsley Trades Club Turn. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. cig from Paul Shane (yes you did) So where do you go to my lovely – when you're alone in your shed Tell me the parts that surround you I want to look inside your head (Yes I do – but not for nits) I've seen all your lengthy convictions You got from Barnsley Magistrates court And the ash tray you stole from. Bodegas And the knocked off TV that you bought When you go on your summer vacation To Ibiza: San Antonio Bay With your carefully designed crotchless swimsuit You can tan, while all the blokes run away (You'll never see them for the dust!)
The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican are an English folk and parody band from Barnsley, South Yorkshire.
Kipper’s Barnsley Trades Club Turn 1. Sat’day Neet Fever 1. Covers 1. 2018 stats. Complete Album stats. Last updated: 24 Apr 2019, 09:53 Etc/UTC. The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican.
|1||Cpl. Kipper's Barnsley Trades Club Turn||2:08|
|4||When We're Playing Pub Gigs||2:24|
|5||No Fillin' In Me Pie||2:33|
|6||Where Do You Go To My Lovely||4:45|
|8||Strong Arm Of The Law||5:10|
|9||The Tarn Pub Lament||2:25|
|10||The Curious Tale Of Danny Rabbit||3:07|
|11||The Bar-Stewards Come Home||3:04|
|12||The Ballad Of Kipper Jackson||6:17|
|13||Cpl. Kipper's Barnsley Trades Club Turn (Reprise)||2:00|
|14||A Day In t'Tarn||4:25|
- Accordion – Alan Doonican
- Banjo – Scott Doonican
- Bass Guitar – Scott Doonican
- Brass Band – Barnsley Met. Band
- Guitar – Graham Oliver (tracks: 8), Richard Kitson (tracks: 3), Scott Doonican
- Kazoo – Scott Doonican
- Keyboards – Scott Doonican
- Mandolin – Scott Doonican
- Melodica – Scott Doonican
- Piano – Alan Doonican, Scott Doonican
- Ukulele – Scott Doonican
- Vocals – Barnsley Mick (tracks: 6), Danny Doonican, Scott Doonican