WARWICK FOLK CLUB
The best in acoustic music: contemporary and traditional folk, country, blues, comedy, jazz & standards
Every other Monday (closed during July & August) 8.00 p.m. - 10.30 p.m.
Held at The Warwick Arms Hotel, High Street, Warwick CV34 4AT
Pleasant And Delightful (Traditional)
Des, Laura, Martin, Norman & Sue plus audience
Beeswing (Richard Thompson)
Jonathan Waller
Linden Lea
(William Barnes/Ralph Vaughan Williams)
Maggie Coleman
The Bell Ringing (Traditional)
Pete Grassby
The Old Bazaar In Cairo
(Chester/Ford/Morris)
Martin Day
Soldier’s Joy/ Princess Royal (Traditional)
Val & Martin Day
Payday (Mississippi John Hurt)
Michael Luntley
Who Knows Where The Time Goes (Sandy Denny)
Laura Kisby
Gruntled (Norman Wheatley)
Norman Wheatley
Dido Bendigo (Traditional)
Rob Watts
Paper Doll (Johnny S. Black)
Chris Tobin
Piece Of My Heart (Bert Berns/Jerry Ragovoy)
Eleanor Stanley
Dance With Me (Jon Harvison)
Dave Fry
Tairwathie (Traditional)
Rik Middleton
Big Knicker Blues (Sandra Kerr)
Sue Harris
Redwing/Whistling Rufus (Traditional)
Brian Knight
Sailing On The Tide (Bill Bates)
Bill Bates
Rolling Home (John Tams)
Des Patalong & audience
    During 2011, the regular performers at Warwick Folk
Club recorded a track for this CD or arranged for a
track from their existing CD to be used to make this
eighteen song charity record in aid of Cancer
Research.
    None of the people singing and playing on this CD
are professional and do it purely for pleasure and the
love of the music, hence the title of the album which is
taken from the line “...singing sweetly and completely
songs of pleasure and of love...” from the traditional
song “I Live Not Where I Love”.

    To listen to a preview of some of the songs on this
CD, click on the u icon next to the title
Every penny of profit from the
sale of this CD went to
Cancer Research. 
So far we have raised  £600.
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    The image on the cover is a detail of the
Sheldon Tapestry Map of Warwickshire and
is reproduced by kind permission of
Warwick Museum Service. The tapestry was
commissioned in the late 1580’s by Ralph
Sheldon (1537 - 1613) to decorate his newly
built house at Weston, near Long Compton,
south Warwickshire.
    Following conservation, it was due back
on display at The Market Hall Museum in late
2012.