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Armistice 1918

Label: Sketch
Released: 2005
Track listing: There's A Long Long Trail A Winding; Hello Ma Baby; Let Me Call You Sweetheart; Cuddle Up A Little Closer; Say Au Revoir; A Call To Arms - On Moonlight Bay; America, I Love You; I'm Always Chasing Rainbows; And The Band Played On; Christmas 1914 - Silent Night; There's A Long Long Trail A Winding; I'm Afraid To Come Home In The Dark; Till We Meet Again; Roses Of Picardy; Evening Stand-To; Trench Raid; The Leaning Virgin Of Albert; Caissons; Rum Ration; No-Man's Land; Funk Hole; Birds On The Wire; It's A Long Way To Tipperary; The Rose Of No-Man's Land; A Rumour Of Peace; The Wait; Keep The Home Fires Burning; I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier; Armistice Day.

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Bill Carrothers: Armistice 1918

Read "Armistice 1918" reviewed by Chris May


As we approach the hundredth anniversary of the start of “the war to end all wars," international conflict blights the planet like never before, and unilateral might-is-right aggression is increasingly replacing diplomacy and consensus. Bad karma rules and history sometimes seems, like the poet said, to be “one fucking thing after another." So Bill ...

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Armistice 1918

Label: Sketch
Released: 2004
Track listing: Disc One: There's a Long Long Trail a Winding; Hello Ma Baby; Let Me Call You Sweetheart; Cuddle Up a Little Closer; Say Au Revoir; A Call to Arms - On Moonlight Bay; America, I Love You; I'm Always Chasing Rainbows; And the Band Played On; Christmas 1914 - Silent Night; There's A Long Long Trail a Winding; I'm Afraid to Come Home in the Dark; Till We Meet Again
Disc Two: Till We Meet Again; Roses of Picardy; Evening Stand-To; Trench Raid; The Leaning Virgin of Albert; Caissons; Rum Ration; No-Man's Land; Funk Hole; Birds on the Wire; It's a Long Way to Tipperary; The Rose of No-Man's Land; A Rumour of Peace; The Wait; Keep the Home Fires Burning; I Didn't Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier; Armistice Day

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Bill Carrothers: Armistice 1918

Read "Armistice 1918" reviewed by John Kelman


It has been written that if pianist Bill Carrothers hadn't found his way to music, he'd have likely become a historian, something that is clear from an earlier record, The Blues and the Greys , and now even more so with his new release, Armistice 1918 , an ambitious two-CD set which, over the course of ...


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