Various - Can You Pooker Romany? Gypsy & Tinker Cant Of Britain & Ireland download mp3 album
In addition to vocabulary, phrases & conversations, there are songs in Romany and in Tinker cant. The recordings were made by Peter Kennedy between 1952 and 1968. Includes a folded printout of notes on pink paper.
Gypsy & Tinker Cant Of Britain & Ireland (Cass, Comp). Folktracks (2). FSD-60-441. Various - I'm A Romany Rai. Songs By Southern English Gypsy Traditional Singers. (2xCD, Album, Comp, Jew).
Can You Pooker Romany? Gypsy & Tinker Cant Of Britain & Ireland (Cass, Comp). Tinker's Talk: Travelling In Scotland & Ireland (Cass). FSD-60-462.
Romany is an album by the Hollies, the first not to feature their lead singer Allan Clarke, who had left to embark on a solo career. He was replaced by Swedish singer Mikael Rickfors. In the opinion of contemporary and retrospective critics this moved the band further away from the original vocal harmony style of Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks and Graham Nash.
The Romani (also spelled Romany /ˈroʊməni/, /ˈrɒ-/), colloquially known as Gypsies or Roma, are an Indo-Aryan ethnic group, traditionally itinerant, living mostly in Europe and the Americas and originating from the northern Indian subcontinent, from the Rajasthan, Haryana, and Punjab regions of modern-day India. Genetic findings appear to confirm that the Romani "came from a single group that left northwestern India about 1,500 years ago".
Some Romany words have also moved in the opposite direction and are used locally by non Travellers, these include 'cushti' meaning 'good', chavvie when used by Gypsies means 'son' or 'child' but is now used by many non Gypsies to mean 'mates'. Wonga' comes from the Romany 'Vonga' meaning money
Scottish Gypsy and Traveller groups. Redirected from Scottish Travellers).
|English Romany Speakers|
|A1||–Wally Fuller||Can You Puka Romanies?||0:32|
|A2||–Wally Fuller||Clothing & Parts Of Body||1:05|
|A3||–Wally Fuller||Various Phrases Explained||1:55|
|A4||–Jack Fuller , Jimmy Smith||Conversation Betwen Jack Fuller And Jimmy Smith Explained Afterward||3:25|
|A5||–Charlie Scamp||The Atching Tan Song||2:53|
|A6||–Charlie Scamp And Ted||Conversation Between Charlie And His Brother, Ted, With Explanation By Charlie Afterwards||1:49|
|A7||–Charlie Scamp And Ted||Further Conversation||1:28|
|A8||–Charlie Scamp And Ted||Untitled||0:56|
|A9||–Charlie Scamp And Ted||Untitled||0:56|
|A10||–Carolyne Hughes||Mandi Went To The Poov The Grai (Song)||0:48|
|Welsh Romany Speakers|
|A11||–Hywel Wood And Manfri Wood*||Conversation Between Hywel Wood And His Brother, Manfri Wood||4:20|
|A12||–Hywel*||Explanation By Hywel||2:06|
|A13||–Hywel* With Peter Kennedy||Vocabulary||2:53|
|A14||–Hywel Wood||Kana Di Kantu (Did You Ever See?)||1:25|
|Irish Tinker's Cant ("Gammon")|
|B1||–Paddy Ryan With Sean O'Boyle||Paddy Ryan (Of Tipperary) With Sean O'Boyle||4:45|
|B2||–Paddy Doran And Paddy Ryan||Conversation Between Paddy Doran (Of New Ross, Co. Wexford) And Paddy Ryan, Explained Afterwards|
|B3||–Paddy Ryan , Willie Smith||Vocabulary Of Gammon & Romany||2:49|
|B4||–Paddy Ryan||Parts Of Body & Clothing In Gammon||0:50|
|B5||–Willie Smith||As Above In Romany||0:41|
|B6||–Mary Connor* And Kate Doran Explained By Paddy Ryan||Coversation||4:04|
|B7||–Willie Smith||Animal Names In Romany||0:33|
|Scots Tinkers' Cant|
|B8||–Jimmie McBeath*||The Next Pudden Ken (Song)||5:48|
|B9||–Davie Stewart*||I Binged Avree||2:38|
|B10||–Jeannie Robertson||Nae Mair I'll Bing A-Choring||1:13|
- Published By – Folktracks Cassettes
- Copyright (c) – Folktracks & Soundpost Publ.
- Recorded By – Peter Kennedy
NotesFrom cover: "Here are samples of the various secret languages used by travellers - both English & Welsh Romany gipsies and by Irish & Scots tinkers. In addition to vocabulary, phrases & conversations, there are songs in Romany and in Tinker cant. The recordings were made by Peter Kennedy between 1952 and 1968."
Includes a folded printout of notes on pink paper.