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Geordie Folk Songs & Music – Howay Lads n Lasses Sing Weh A Song. Geordie folk are still very interested in the songs sung in the theatres and fairs of old Geordieland.
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GEORDIE is a hard rock music artist. Geordie was a Newcastle-based hardrocking glam band. While popular on the local scene and in Scandinavia and Germany in the 1970s, they are probably best known for being the band that vocalist Brian Johnson left to join AC/DC. Mostly active in the 70s, Geordie's hard boogie style fell within the hardrock genre that heavy metal would eventually grow out of, and their 1983 album "No Sweat" is often associated with the NWOBHM movement.
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Wor Geordie's lost his penka" (o. is liggie) is a Geordie folk song, the origins of which are unknown. It has been a favourite with musicians and young children for over a century. The song appears with different words in many parts of the United Kingdom and in the United States. The 'penka ' was the large marble that the other marbles or 'liggies' were rolled at. Hence the value of it and the trauma of losing it. You were the 'king' of the street if you had one.
Never mind that nearly a decade had passed since the band's last effort, 1976's Save the World; for most children of the '80s Geordie may as well have been a brand new concern, and 1983's No Sweat gave nothing away by peddling the sort of commercial hard rock that dominated the era.
|A1||–Denis Weatherley||Dance Ti Thee Daddy|
|A2||–Michael Hunt - Dombie Bros.*||The Blaydon Races|
|A3||–Jennifer Vyvyan||Bobby Shaftoe*|
|A4||–Michael Hunt - Dombie Bros.*||Lambton Worm|
|A5||–Owen Brannigan||Keepyour Feet Still, Geordie, Hinney!|
|A6||–Consett Citizens' Choir||Water Of Tyne|
|B1||–Denis Weatherley||Cushie Butterfield|
|B2||–Kathleen Ferrier||Blow The Wind Southerly*|
|B3||–Moira Anderson||The Keel Row|
|B4||–Michael Hunt - Dombie Bros.*||Ca' Hawkie Through The Water|
|B5||–Denis Weatherley||Wor Nanny's A Mazer|
|B6||–Owen Brannigan||Where Ivver Ye Gan Yor Sure To Find A "Geordie"|
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- Producer – Ray Horricks