Dave Jeanes | Rhymes with Bursary

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Rhymes with Bursary

by Dave Jeanes

I burned the first rough cuts onto a CD for a minibus trip around Wales, and just wrote, “Rhymes” on it. Needless to say, before too long, that is what the working title became. Now, listen on…
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Once Upon a Time
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2. Two Guitars
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3. Moon in a Tin
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4. The Water and the Wild
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5. Woman, Girl, Lady, Mother
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6. Hard Act to Follow
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7. One-Night Stand
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8. Along for the Ride
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9. Look at That Sky!
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10. Birds and Stones
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11. The Singers
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12. My Favourite Miss
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13. Rosie
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14. Minute Song
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15. Staggering Home
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16. Back to Square One
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17. My Bond Song
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18. Grave Thoughts
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19. The Last Bell
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20. She Moves Through the Fair
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Rhymes With Bursary

Well now… where to start?
It all began with the great Barry Cryer’s joke that, “Nothing rhymes with orange”.
“No, it doesn’t, I thought…”
We were conversing and describing those Glam Rock songs of our formative, - and formulative, years, as ‘Electric nursery rhymes’. It was titles such as, “Blockbuster”, “Hellraiser”, “Dynamite”, “Tiger Feet”, Ballroom Blitz”, Skweeze Me, Pleeze Me”, “Can The Can”, and, “Cum On Feel The Noize” – all of which meant something, but, what?
Our new album for 2019 thus became, “Nursery Rhymes”. The almost usual blend of social observations and commentaries; the eventual conclusions as to the songs’ actual message, left to the Listener.
In the graphic design stage (all puns intended) I looked at the two words and thought, “Well? Nursery rhymes with what?”
I burned the first rough cuts onto a CD for a minibus trip around Wales, and just wrote, “Rhymes” on it. Needless to say, before too long, that is what the working title became. Now, listen on…

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