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Basil Kirchin I Start Counting (Demo)
00 :57
02
The Barbara Moore Singers Singing Low
00 :57
03
Pierre Arvay Merry Ocarina
00 :57
04
Orriel Smith Tiffany Glass
00 :57
05
Claude Vasori Folk Guitar
00 :57
06
Christopher Casson Twinkle Twinkle
00 :26
07
Arthur Birkby Cuckoo
00 :57
08
Peggy Zeitlin Spin Spider Spin
00 :57
09
Orriel Smith Winds Of Space
00 :57
10
The Barbara Moore Singers The Elf
00 :57
11
Reg Tilsley The Troll
00 :57
12
Christopher Casson My Mother Said
00 :57
13
The Barbara Moore Singers Hey Robin
00 :57
14
Christopher Casson Oh Dear What Can The Matter Be
00 :55
15
The Piggleswick Folk Teddy Bears Picnic
00 :57
ARTIST
TITLE
Fuzzy-Felt Folk
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
JBH 018CD JBH 018CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
8/8/2006

2014 repress. In typical Trunk Records style this is a genre-defining collection of true folk oddities from both the UK and the USA. This CD brings together lost naïve psychedelia, beguiling and unreleased film music, spooky nursery rhymes, songs about pixies and trance-like guitar oddities. Some of the music found on this CD is unreleased, some impossible to find, all of it is stunning. This really is unlike any compilation you have heard. Includes work by Basil Kirchin, the man who invented ambient music -- the recording here has never been released and comes from his estate. Barbara Moore is one of the most highly collected female singing artists, and Orriel Smith is a great lost American singer who composed these two psychedelic, progressive, jazzy tracks with funky film composer Philip Lambro-- these tracks have remained lost until now. Reg Tilsley, Pierre Arvay and Claude Vasori are all extremely talented library composers both in the UK and Europe. Much of their music was used in children's TV in the late 1960s, and their tracks are from the legendary De Wolfe Library and have never been commercially released until now. Very little is known about the other artists on this compilation, but their music is incredible. The name Fuzzy Felt comes from a game made up of fuzzy shapes you stick to a felt board, and in the 1960s, was a famous toy in the UK. You use the fuzzy shapes to make little pictures just like on the CD front cover. To us this sums up the innocent, experimental and creative streaks running throughout this incredible music. The other artists include: Christopher Casson, Arthur Birkby, Peggy Zeitlin, and The Piggleswick Folk.