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Old Grenadier - Brass Monkey - The Complete Brass Monkey

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  1. Faukinos says:
    Brass Monkey have without question one of the best lineups in contemporary English folk, with Martin Carthy and John Kirkpatrick both polished and formidable performers in their own right. Add to this a terrific brass section and some of the finest folk percussion you could want to hear.5/5(3).
  2. Moogushura says:
    The Complete Brass Monkey, a Compilation of songs by Brass Monkey. Released in on Topic (catalog no. TSCD; CD). Genres: English Folk Music. Featured peformers: Martin Carthy (guitar, mandolin, vocals), John Kirkpatrick (Anglo concertina, melodeon, button accordion, vocals), Howard Evans (trumpet, flugelhorn, vocals), Martin Brinsford (aka_text {c melody saxophone} role_id 4/5(1).
  3. Mikazahn says:
    Brass Monkey is a name given to a number of different cocktail recipes. As with many lesser-known cocktails that are named after colloquial expressions, there are widely differing recipes that share the same name.. The premixed cocktail labeled Brass Monkey was produced by the Heublein Company in the s, s and s. Heublein pre-mixed bottled cocktails were fairly inexpensive and Commonly used ingredients: One part dark rum, One .
  4. Murg says:
    Mar 31,  · The group's two '80s albums, combined here, are full of fresh arrangements of traditional songs and tunes. 'Brass Monkey was a great idea,' said Martin Carthy. 'A phenomenal experience.' Q called it 'the finest folk group of the s.' It should have been acknowledged in.
  5. Shaktilkis says:
    Martin Brinsford's background lay in country dance playing for ceilidhs. He had been a member of the Tangent Band, the Old Swan Band and in the original line-up of Edward the Second and the Red Hot Polkas. The roots of Brass Monkey can be traced back to a number of projects during the 's which brought Carthy and Kirkpatrick together.
  6. Mabar says:
    Old Grenadier [trad. arr. Brinsford, Carthy, Evans, Kirkpatrick, Williams] This tune was played by Brass Monkey on their eponymous debut album Brass Monkey. This LP was re-released in as the first half of the CD The Complete Brass Monkey.
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