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You Never See The One

by Chalktown

English folk meets indie rock with a twist of modern jazz, producing music that is great for listening and irresistible for dancing.
Genre: Folk: British Folk
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1. Wild Nights/Here Rises
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2. Seabird/The Bounty
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3. Sealegs/Daughters
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4. Lodger From Hell/Gordon Potts
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5. You Never See the One/Respectful Hornpipe
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6. Mad Hare March
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7. Strike the Gay Harp/Put Me Up Over Your Shoulder
4:57 $0.99
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8. Midwinter Waltz
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9. Groove Tune
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10. Nantwich Fair/Better Late Than Never
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11. Just a Bit of Fun/Flowers and Frolics
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12. Another Cup of Tea/Garlic and Brandy
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13. Burning Down The Barn/Those Pesky Kids
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Album Notes
‘You Never See The One..’ features twenty one stunning original compositions and two reworked traditional tunes, performed with funky grooves and imaginative arrangements. English folk meets indie rock with a twist of modern jazz, producing music that is great for listening and irresistible for dancing.

Paul Scourfield provides world class melodeon lead whilst Dave Blackmore weaves strong harmonies on clarinet and provides a touch of the exotic on bass clarinet. In the rhythm section Michael Davidson lays down fluid bass lines and subtle guitar textures and Rob Gifford’s rock solid grooves show why he’s the drummer of choice for so many dance bands.

In recent years Chalktown have played at Sidmouth, Towersey and Bromyard festivals as well as the major ceilidh series up and down the country, building a strong following.

‘Elegant and good to listen to as well as a fine dance outfit’ Gordon Potts

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