Pyg: Tracks

by Wud Records

Tracks by Pyg.

Pyg were Devon’s finest exponents of caustic folk, and on a good day were capable of filling the dancefloor and rocking the house.

All songs recorded by Martin Dearmun April 1999 at Fig Tree Farm near Butterleigh, Devon. Copyright Transit Recordings 1999.

Let’s Dance and Hit the Bottle by Malcolm Learmonth, all other songs by Martin Dearmun.
Arrangements by Pyg.

Martin Dearmun – vocals, acoustic guitar
Malcolm Learmonth – electric guitar, bouzouki
George Davies – bass
Tony Price – drums

Some quotes:
“A stomping good gyg.” – Pyg Breeders Weekly
“We danced ’til our tales dropped off!” – Trotter Times
“Possibly the best gig since feeding time.” – Scratchings Gazette

And there was a considerable outburst of grunting from behind the rhododendrons.

See also:
wudrecords.co.uk/archives
wudrecords.co.uk/archives/pyg-2
wudrecords.co.uk/archives/pyg-...g-2/tracks-1999
twitter.com/WudRecords

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Tracks by Pyg.

Pyg were Devon’s finest exponents of caustic folk, and on a good day were capable of filling the dancefloor and rocking the house.

All songs recorded by Martin Dearmun April 1999 at Fig Tree Farm near Butterleigh, Devon. Copyright Transit Recordings 1999.

Let’s Dance and Hit the Bottle by Malcolm Learmonth, all other songs by Martin Dearmun.
Arrangements by Pyg.

Martin Dearmun – vocals, acoustic guitar
Malcolm Learmonth – electric guitar, bouzouki
George Davies – bass
Tony Price – drums

Some quotes:
“A stomping good gyg.” – Pyg Breeders Weekly
“We danced ’til our tales dropped off!” – Trotter Times
“Possibly the best gig since feeding time.” – Scratchings Gazette

And there was a considerable outburst of grunting from behind the rhododendrons.

See also:
wudrecords.co.uk/archives
wudrecords.co.uk/archives/pyg-2
wudrecords.co.uk/archives/pyg-...g-2/tracks-1999
twitter.com/WudRecords