Tony Poole | Bells of Rhymney

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Bells of Rhymney

by Tony Poole

A song first recorded by folk singer Pete Seeger, using words written by Welsh poet Idris Davies, Bells Of Rhymney was inspired by a Welsh coal mining disaster, and Tony Poole's recording is a tribute to The Byrds' version from their first album.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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Tony Poole was a founder member of STARRY EYED AND LAUGHING, an English group renowned for their Byrds-like sound who released 2 albums and several singles.
Since then, he's founded and recorded with THE SUN and THE FALCONS, and produced records by other English artists, most notably The Men They Couldn't Hang, Danny & The Champions of the World, Pentangle, Steeleye Span, Maddy Prior and Abbie Lathe, as well as Danish bands Janes Rejoice and The Sharing Patrol.

The Starry Eyed And Laughing albums, re-mastered as a Double CD with bonus tracks (including a version of Chimes Of Freedom previously unreleased) and albums by The Sun, The Falcons and Iain Whitmore are all available on the Starry Eyed And Laughing website, where there's more history and info:



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