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Track No.

Song Title

Performers

Comment

1.

I Didn’t Tell Her, She Didn’t Tell Me

Mike Ball Vocals / Ukelele. Jan Ball Trombone

Alice Kinloch Tuba

1930s Music Hall

2.

The Threshold

Jennifer Johnson Vocal. Tom Ball Keyboard/Percussion  Paul Stepto Acoustic Guitar

Written (1963) and sung (2006) by two 16-year-olds

3.

The Joy of Living

Fiona Johnson Vocal. Mike Ball Vocal and Keyboard

A celebration and farewell

4.

Chega De Saudade

Jan Ball Trombone. Tom Ball Bass & Piano

Latin / Jazz

5.

Innocent’s Song

St Paul’s Church Choir, Rusthall, Kent. Duetists: Caroline Johnson (Soprano). Jane Goldsworthy (Alto). Conductor: Robert Middlewick. Organist: Peter Collins

Carol for the 4th Day of Christmas – Holy Innocents’ Day

6.

Hop Garden Lullaby

Di Cullen Vocal. John Cullen Acoustic Guitar

A Kentish story

7.

Song of Wandering Aegnus

John & Di Cullen Unaccompanied vocal duet

Magical transformations in the Celtic twilight

8.

Trim-Rigged Doxie

Michael Wilkinson Vocal. M. Ball Concertina

Jack the Lad… Low life on the shore

9.

Don’t Get Around Much Anymore

Tony Bye Vocal. Tom Ball Bass & Piano

An American ‘standard’

10.

The Way You Look Tonight

Tony Bye Vocal. Tom Ball Bass & Piano

An American ‘standard’

11.

Middle Class Jam Session

Fiona Johnson Violin & Vocal. Jennifer Johnson Cello. Alice Kinloch Tuba + Trombone. Caroline Johnson Recorder. M. Ball Ukelele + Vocal. Tom Ball Wood Block

17th Century dance tunes, with knobs on…

The Bull-at-a-Gate Band

12.

Somebody’s Daughter...

Paul Stepto Vocal + Guitar

…and Somebody’s Son.

Terror, London:

07-07-2005

13.

Sweet Lorraine

Tom Ball  Piano Solo

Easy listening

14.

Lime, Lemon and Sarsparilla

Fred Ball Vocal. M. Ball Vocal + Keyboard

Italian Café in South Wales.

Dreams and Encounters

15.

Down at The Arsenal

Paul Stepto Vocal + Guitar. M. Ball Piano

A true story of the 1st World War

16.

Pub ‘Joanna’ & Song Medley

Tony Bye Vocals. M. Ball Vocals + Piano. Tom Ball Fiddle

Home music-making

17.

The Constant Lovers

Paulette Sheard Unaccompanied Vocal

A new voice tells an old tale.

18.

Limerick Rake

Declan Affley Vocal + Guitar. M. Ball Concertina

Sung by ‘The Bass Nightingale’

19.

Chicken

Tom Ball Big Band – Mark New (Solo); Mike O’Mara (Trumpets); Owen Rogers (Solo); Alex Tyler (Sax’s); Jim Clarke, Graham Mann (Trombones); Chris Anderson (Bass); Paul May (Drums); Tom Ball (Keyboard)

Tom Ball Big Band