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Muckram Wakes - Map of Derbyshire album mp3
  • Performer:
    Muckram Wakes
  • Title:
    Map of Derbyshire
  • Genre:
  • Date of release:
    1973
  • Size FLAC version
    1935 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1505 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1706 megabytes
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    4.6
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    161
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Their album Map of Derbyshire, on Trailer Records, contributed greatly to the promotion of folk music from that county. The name Muckram Wakes derived from a small township in the region of Somercotes where Tams originated and Wakes, the local and northern word for a fair or holiday. When John Tams left the band he was replaced by John and Suzie Adams.

Muckram Wakes was a folk band from the north-west midlands of England. The original line up of Muckram Wakes was Roger and Helen Watson and John Tams. Their album Map of Derbyshire, on Trailer Records, contributed greatly to the promotion of folk music from that county.

English examples for "Muckram Wakes" - The band Muckram Wakes takes its name from a place near Somercotes which was the home of one of the band members. This line up of Muckram Wakes also constituted half of The New Victory Band, a seminal English folk concert & dance band. Info Muckram Wakes was a folk band from the north-west midlands of England. The band Muckram Wakes takes its name from a place near Somercotes which was the home of one of the band members. The earliest known spelling of Somercotes was Sumcot, which was recorded in 1225. When John Tams left the band he was replaced by John and Suzie Adams

Muckram Wakes, Albion Band, Home Service, Barry Coope. Tams was a member of Derbyshire folk group Muckram Wakes in the 1970s, then worked with Ashley Hutchings as singer and melodeon-player on albums including Son of Morris On, and as a member of the electric folk group Albion Band. Splitting with Hutchings in the 1980s, he formed Home Service. He is now either fronting a folk-rock band, Home Service (Best Live Act at the BBC Folk Awards 2012) or in a duo with Barry Coope (Duo of the Year 2008).

Their album Map of Derbyshire, on Trailer Records, contributed greatly to the promotion of folk music from that county.

They made their debut in 1973 with A Map Of Derbyshire, which included a handful of Watson and Tams originals on a largely traditional set. Tams left to join the Albion Band later in the year. Shortly afterwards John Adams (fiddle, banjo, trombone) and Suzie Adams (drums), were added to the line-up.

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Muckram Wakes - Primary Artist