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Vernon Haddock's Jubilee Lovelies - Vernon Haddock's Jubilee Lovelies download mp3 album
Performer:
Vernon Haddock's Jubilee Lovelies
Album:
Vernon Haddock's Jubilee Lovelies
Style:
Folk
Released:
1965
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1993 mb
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1931 mb
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1262 mb
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4.7 ★
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Mandolin, Jug, Whistle – Vernon Haddock. Percussion, Washboard – Alan "Little Bear" Sutton. Vocals, Twelve-String Guitar – Sid 'Piles' Lockhart. Among the many obscure acts that recorded for major labels in the 1960s, perhaps the most extreme example was the memorably named Vernon Haddock's Jubilee Lovelies, who made one very peculiar album in 1965 before vanishing for good. In 1965, Peter Eden and Geoff Stephens were hot property after discovering Donovan. Eager to produce as well as manage, they easily landed a four-album deal with EMI. They had a group of school and art-college friends from Southend who were gigging as 'Vernon Haddock's Jubilee Lovelies

Vernon Haddock's Jubilee Lovelies.

Vernon Haddock's Jubilee Lovelies' sole album is an energetic if standard mid-'60s jug band revival set, not too much different from some of the early efforts of American bands like the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, though perhaps a bit more faithfully traditional and old-timey. They're having fun, and that comes across on the record, but the repertoire is kind of shopworn, with just one of the songs - Sid "Piles" Lockhart's "Vickyandal," about Queen Victoria and Prince Albert - a group original.

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The Good Lovelies are a Canadian folk/country harmony trio, consisting of Caroline Brooks, Kerri Ough and Sue Passmore. At their core they can be described as a country/folk trio, with tinges of pop, roots, jazz and sometimes hip-hop mixed in. The group's three members, Brooks from Whitby, Ough from Port Hope and Passmore from Cobourg, were all performing as solo artists in the Toronto area when they came together in 2006 to perform at a Christmas concert at Toronto's Gladstone Hotel.

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Tracklist

A1 Coney Island Washboard
A2 Don't Let Your Deal Go Down
A3 Clementine
A4 Coloured Aristocracy
A5 Mandy, Make Up Your Mind
B1 Boodle-Am-Shake
B2 Viola Lee Blues
B3 Vicky Andal
B4 Stealin'
B5 Little White Washed Chimney
B6 I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – E.M.I. Records Limited

Credits

  • Backing Vocals, Harmonica – David Vaughn
  • Co-producer – Geoff Stephens, Peter Eden
  • Guitar – Alan Woodward
  • Guitar, Vocals, Banjo, Kazoo – David Elvin
  • Mandolin, Jug, Whistle – Vernon Haddock
  • Percussion, Washboard – Alan "Little Bear" Sutton*
  • Vocals, Twelve-String Guitar – Sid 'Piles' Lockhart

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 (stamped)): XAX 2990-1 R
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 (stamped)): XAX 2991-1 G
  • OTANO
Among the many obscure acts that recorded for major labels in the 1960s, perhaps the most extreme example was the memorably named Vernon Haddock's Jubilee Lovelies, who made one very peculiar album in 1965 before vanishing for good.In 1965, Peter Eden and Geoff Stephens were hot property after discovering Donovan. Eager to produce as well as manage, they easily landed a four-album deal with EMI. They had a group of school and art-college friends from Southend who were gigging as 'Vernon Haddock's Jubilee Lovelies.' Keen to capture their good-natured, inclusive atmosphere on record, Eden offeerd his friends a deal. The result is a skillfully-played and very eccentric folk record, reflecting both their earlier influences and contemporary acts like Jim Kweskin's Jug Band and the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.Mainly comprising vigorous interpretations of standards like 'Coney Island Washboard', 'Viola Lee Blues' and 'Stealin'', the only original is 'Vicky Andal,' a belated tribute to Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. The percussion throughout is deft, and added atmosphere comes courtesy of a swanee whistle, surprisingly similar in sound to a theremin. Released in the autumn of 1965, the album sold about 400 copies, all at gigs.
  • NiceOne
I saw them perform around 64/65 at the romford folk club, upstairs in a pub in the marketplace. I seem to recall it was a Christmas party gig with everyone milling about drinking and dancing, not the usual sit quietly on the floor show. They were an absolute hoot but I didn't see the album. However about five years later I found a copy in a SH record browser and my wife (at the time) bought it for me. I still have it, complete with affectionate message from her to me (though she probably doesn't think like that now and her writing has reduced the value!)
  • Yggdi
Such a great album!