Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Plough Sessions 3

The third of the East Dulwich Jug Band's monthly Plough Sessions last Wednesday ended up with 28 people performing a song written on the night to celebrate children's writer Enid Blyton (1897-1968) who was born near to the pub at 354 Lordship Lane. Noddy, Big Ears and the Magic Faraway Tree all get a mention.


(see here for last month's session)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

brill, once again

so

no such thing as community

never forget
never forgive

Anonymous said...

What's with their no-guitar stance? Are they guitar-ist? (Hold on, that's wrong...)

Transpontine said...

Well it does get quite crowded and I guess smaller acoustic instruments do allow a few more to squeeze in - have you thought about taking up banjolin, mandolin or the hammered dulcimer?