Ludo - Ivor Cutler

Ludo
The only official recording by the Ivor Cutler Trio, this collection of some of Mr. Cutler's best loved songs, poems and stories was recorded in laissez-faire style by George Martin at Abbey Road, as one of the very first Air Productions. Highlighting the celebrated Scottish poet and raconteur's skill as a pianist and arranger as well as his unique way with language, it is one of his best recordings. Having launched Mr. Cutler's film career with a typically enigmatic starring role in the Beatles' film "Magical Mystery Tour", which made him a film star of some renown, it was inevitable that Parlophone the Beatles' then label, would want a recording by the great man on it's catalogue.....and let's face it, who wouldn't!
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Code: CRREV3
Weight: 200
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1. MUD
2. A GREAT GREY GRASSHOPPER
3. DARLING, WILL YOU MARRY ME TWICE
4. A STILL, SMALL FLY
5. DEEDLE, DEEDLY, I PASS
6. I HAD A LITTLE BOAT
7. COCKADOODLEDON’T
8. SHOPLIFTERS
9. MARY’S DRAWER
10. I’M HAPPY
11. I’M GOING IN A FIELD
12. GO ON, JUMP
13. FLIM FLAM FLUM
14. GOOD MORNING! HOW ARE YOU? SHUT UP!
15. LAST SONG
16. A SUCK OF MY THUMB
17. THE SHAPELY BALLOON

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Box Of Surprises
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