Stand & Stare

Tim Hughes Blues

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This track is about my home town of Nailsworth, Gloucestershire. It includes words from the poem "Leisure" by W.H. Davies. He lived in Nailsworth for the latter part of his life. Tim Hughes guitar and vocals. Steve Cooper bass. Mixed and mastered at Black Cat Studio, Stroud.

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Bluesy Folk & Folky Blues

Bluesy Folk & Folky Blues

Tim Hughes Blues

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All profits to be donated to Guide Dogs for the Blind

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Five Valleys Trilogy:
1. Tom Longs Post - The road sign on Minchinhampton Common is reputed to be where the highwayman, Tom Long, was hanged and buried. This is his story.
Featuring Grahame Newman on harmonicas and Amber Honeyfox on backing vocals.

2. Water, Wool and Workers - inspired by a walks along the Ruskin Mill valley and thinking about the past and present.

3. Five Valleys Home - inspired by living in one of the five valleys around Stroud. Featuring  Amber Honeyfox on backing vocals.

4. Questions no Answers - Featuring Grahame Newman on harmonica.

5. Paradise Lost - Not the well known poem.

6. Chance of a Lifetime - Featuring Paul Crosby on backing vocals.

7. The Windrush Generation - A protest song about the way some post-war immigrants from the Caribbean have been treated. Drum programming Dan Mitchell Brown at Black Cat Studios Stroud.

8. 120 Years of the Blues- The history of the blues in less than four minutes. Featuring Grahame Newman on harmonica.

9. Got No Regrets Yet.

10. Gotta Get on with the Neighbours.

11. Boomers' Boogie - For all you baby boomers out there. Featuring Grahame Newman on harmonica.

12. Indian Summer Blues - A slide instrumental.

All tracks mixed and mastered by Dan Mitchell Brown at Black Cat Studios, Stroud.

All tracks composed by Tim Hughes and are copyright Tim Hughes.