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Adge Cutler & The Wurzels


This was a straight cassette release of Adge's third 'live' album of the same name originally released in 1968 as a vinyl album. It was released in 2003 on the EMI Gold record label, the last Wurzel release in cassette tape format, and only manufactured in low numbers - and was catalogued as 7243 5 84807 4 0.

Track Listing:

  • Side 1
  • 1. Drink Up Thy Zider (Play On) (Cutler)
    2. The Charlton Mackrell Jug Band (Sheldon)Interpolating  MacNamara's Band (O'Connor-Stamford)
    3. In The Haymaking Time (Cutler) Interpolating Sing    Something Simple (Adams-Barnes-Logan) 
    4. Five Foot Flirt (Tawney)
    5. Thee's Got'n Where Thee Cassn't Back'n Hassn't?    (Cutler) 
    6. Dorset is Beautiful (New lyrics and adap. Crozier)
    7. Up The Clump (Cutler)
  • Side 2
  • 1. Drink Up Thy Zider (Play On) (Cutler)
    2. The Chandler's Wife (New lyric and adapt.Kinsey) 
    3. The Bristol Song (Barratt) 
    4. The Marrow Song (Oh! What A Beauty) (Siebert) 
    5. A Pub With No Beer (Parsons) 
    6. Oh! Sir Jasper (New lyric and adapt. Barratt) 
    7. The Wurple-Diddle-I-Doo Song (Fryberg-  Donnop- Kirsten) (The Village Band) 
    8. Drink Up Thy Zider (Play Off) (Cutler)

The Cassette:

This translucent design of cassette shell was introduced in the 1980's, the text being printed straight onto the shell in white with a black background fitted inside the shell.

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The Cassette-Case Insert:

The insert in this cassette shell is a glossy thin card fold-out insert. The main frame is a straight copy of the original album artwork with a red band top and bottom to maintain the aspect of the original album design. The tracks are listed twice but the original sleeve notes have not been included.
The cassette, case and insert were all made and distributed by EMI Holland.The reverse of the insert is a continuation of the front image - a soft focus view of a field and gate.

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